The Dominion: An Open Data Science Film

 

The inaugural AndacondaCON event was full of surprises. Personalized legos, delicious Texan BBQ, Anaconda “swag” and a preview of what might be the most dramatic, life-altering data science movie of all time: The Dominion

The Dominion tells the story of a world similar to ours. One full of possibilities but is being threatened by old machines and bad code. Leo, the main character joins forces with Matrix-like heroes to save businesses from alien-infected software. Leo and his team take it upon themselves to fight the Dominion’s agents —Macros—who want to stop the world from open source innovation. 

In an effort to defeat the Macros, they board the rebel fleet flagship, The Anaconda, loaded with data science packages and payload to help the team drop into any environment to free people from the Macros’ hindering code. 

Leo and his team believe that the world is moving to Open Data Science, and that distributed cloud data is going to liberate humanity—all they have to do is work together to make it happen. 

The question is—do you? Are you ready for the future? Board The Anaconda to begin the journey with Leo, his team and us. The time is now. 

Couldn’t make it to AnacondaCON? There’s always next year, and watch the full trailer below. 


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