BASTA Spring and DevExpress Day in Germany!

DevExpress Data Blog
23 February 2012

bastaToday I will be leaving for Germany to attend BASTA spring as well as have a special DX day. Let me tell you about each event:

BASTA

I am excited to have the opportunity to give two talks at BASTA. I have been working very hard to re-vamp my machine learning talks in order to reach a wider audience. I have also been busy at work making the demos a whole lot better. Given our recent push in assisting developers build stunning applications, I took the challenge to heart and have made some improvements to the visualizations for my presentation. Take a look:

Unsupervised-KMeans

This is a demonstration of the unsupervised learning algorithm called KMeans. This (and many other stunning screens) will be used in conjunction with my 2 BASTA presentations on Machine Learning. One has to do with predicting the future while the other will assist attendees to better understand the past. Both sessions will be on Tuesday February 28th at 4:15PM CET and 5:45PM CET respectively. I will also be on hand during three “Ask the Expert’s” slots on Tuesday (1:00-2:30PM), Wednesday (1:00-2:30PM), and Thursday (12:30-2:00PM). If you are in the area I would love to chat!

DevExpress Day

Before BASTA even begins, Oliver Sturm has set up a DX Day Saturday, February 25th 2012 at the Häckers Kurhotel in Bad Ems, Germany. He has graciously invited me to speak on the new Metro inspired features we have created in conjunction with our DXv2 release as well as a good overview of our reporting toolset. You can see more details on his site. It would be great to chat all things DX. The event is free to all who are interested!

I Would Love to Meet

If you happen to be in the area and would like to meet (during or after conference hours) let me know! As always, if there are any comments and/or questions, feel free to get a hold of me!

Seth Juarez
Email: sethj@devexpress.com
Twitter: @SethJuarez

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1 comment(s)
Holger Persch [DX-Squad]
Holger Persch [DX-Squad]

Hey Seth,

..will see you tomorrow in Bad Ems!

24 February, 2012

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