An Evening of Lightning Talks

Feb 20, 2018 · Richmond, United States of America

This month we'll host an evening lightning talks. What's that? A lightning talk is a 5-10 minute micro-presentation. If you have something interesting and on-topic (something to do with data) to share, bring it to the meetup (or better yet, ping me on slack beforehand). We'll try to fit everyone who wants to present something but that means 'keep it short'. Meanwhile, we have a great lineup already committed including: Matthew Barlowe, Paul Brooks, Robert Burgholzer, Tiffany France, Peter Fries, Bob Larrick, Brian Levey, Vishal Patel, and Andrew Rosa.

If you haven't already, join our slack channel and our LinkedIn group.

RVA Data Hackers meets monthly to hear, present and discuss topics in machine learning & big data. Come on down and help us build Richmond's Data Hacking community.

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  • RVA Data Hackers

    RVA Data Hackers is a community of data professionals and enthusiasts who meet regularly to develop skills and learn about tools and techniques for working with data. We discuss how to find, organize, understand and serve data sets large and small. We'll cover anything related to 'big data' -- machine learning, artificial intelligence and architectures to scale data processing for the Internet. If you're interested in machine learning algorithms, data analysis, natural language processing, or managing big

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