Big Data Experts Present at StampedeCon
Discuss your Big Data project and share your best practices and lessons learned with an audience eager to address their own Big Data challenges. Your experience can help others harness the power of Big Data within their own professional environment.
Call for Speakers in Big Data
As a speaker at StampedeCon 2016 hundreds of professionals will be looking to you for your insights in order to better understand and leverage Big Data. With 68,000+ views of past StampedeCon speakers’ slides on our SlideShare page (we make all slides publicly available), your message will continue to be heard across the world even beyond the conference.
Take a look at 2015’s sessions to learn about some of our previous speakers and their presentations.
A diverse group of professionals to attend including developers, system architects, scientists, executives and many others. The audience for your presentation, however, may be more specific depending on the session type you choose below.
We would like to hear what you are working on and how you’ve achieved results with Big Data. This can include discussion of your analytics processes, business-specific use cases, etc. or even specific tools, processes or libraries you use, such as Hadoop, Spark, NoSQL databases, machine learning libraries, Big Data-specific development frameworks/languages, etc.
In general, your presentation should fit within one of these categories:
- Non-technical presentation from your company describing how you’ve found value in Big Data
- Moderately-technical architecture presentation describing the integration of Big Data technologies
- Technical presentation about developing for, installing and/or operating Big Data technologies
- 40-minute presentation including questions
- Proposal submission deadline:
March 18, 2016March 31, 2016
- Presenters notified by: April 4, 2016
- Conference dates for sessions: July 27-28, 2016
Submit Speaking Proposal:
Thank you very much for your interest in speaking at StampedeCon 2016. Please use the form on this page to submit your proposal.
The 2016 call for speakers is closed.