Anaconda Expert to Discuss Data Science Best Practices at MIT CDOIQ Symposium

 

CAMBRIDGE, MA— July 11, 2017Continuum Analytics, the creator and driving force behind Anaconda, the leading Open Data Science platform powered by Python, today announced that Solutions Architect Zach Carwile will speak at the 2017 MIT Chief Data Officer and Information Quality (MIT CDOIQ) Symposium on July 13 at 4:30pm EST. As CDOs and IQ Professionals take their place as the central players in the business of data, the MIT CDOIQ Symposium brings the brightest industry minds together to discuss and advance the big data landscape.

In his session, titled “Data Science is Just the First Step…,” Carwile will explore how organizations can empower their data science teams to build enterprise-grade data products for the analysts who drive business processes. Carwile will also discuss the benefits of containerization for data science projects and explain how establishing a robust deployment process maximizes the value and reach of data science investments.

WHO: Zach Carwhile, solutions architect, Anaconda Powered By Continuum Analytics
WHAT: “Data Science is Just the First Step…”
WHEN: July 13, 4:30–5:10pm. EST
WHERE: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tang Building (Room E51), MIT East Campus, 70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA, USA 02139
REGISTER: HERE

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About Anaconda Powered by Continuum Analytics
Anaconda is the leading Open Data Science platform powered by Python, the fastest growing data science language with more than 13 million downloads to date. Continuum Analytics is the creator and driving force behind Anaconda, empowering leading businesses across industries worldwide with tools to identify patterns in data, uncover key insights and transform basic data into a goldmine of intelligence to solve the world’s most challenging problems. Anaconda puts superpowers into the hands of people who are changing the world. Learn more at continuum.io.

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