6 Reasons Why You Should Attend StampedeCon’s Big Data Conference

6 reasons why you should attend stampedecon's big data conferenceStampedeCon® is the Midwest’s Premier Big Data Conference. For 6 years now, this annual event brings together Big Data technology, management and user communities from all around the country to the heart of the Midwest – St. Louis, Missouri. Never heard of StampedeCon® before? Here’s a list of 6 reasons why you should attend StampedeCon’s Big Data Conference on July 25th, 2017. We hope to see you there!

1) The Speakers

This year StampedeCon® has speakers from companies such as GIPHY, Hortonworks, and Confluent just to name a few. You’ll be learning from folks who are industry experts and accessible.

2) The Keynotes and Breakout Sessions

Want to learn how to AB test at a massive scale using a simple approach? Interested in learning how to avoid the most common pitfalls and traps associated with Big Data projects? Perhaps you’d like to explore the use of persistent memory or Amazon’s analogs in your next project? Or maybe digesting the building of agile microservices using Python is more your speed? With all the sessions, StampedeCon’s Big Data Conference has something for everyone.

3) The Attendees

You’ll be joining developers, engineers, system architects, scientists, and executives – giving you the opportunity to connect with a broad range of like-minded professionals.

4) The Commitment

StampedeCon’s Big Data Conference is Tuesday, July 25th. Stay for the day or a just few hours. If you’re a busy professional this conference fits the work-life balance bill without breaking the bank.

5) The Community

StampedeCon® is helping to bring together an engaged community of diverse technology professionals from across the region through professional development, education, and personal enrichment. To further these efforts, StampedeCon® has expanded its conference schedule to include the IoT Summit in October.

6) Location, Location, Location

Located in St. Louis, Missouri this conference is only a short drive from many neighboring cities in Missouri and the Metro East (Illinois.) The conference is being held on the Washington University Medical Campus in the Eric P Newman Education Center – a prime central location with convenient access to major highways and public transit options.