Strata Conference Santa Clara 2014: Video Compilation
By O'Reilly Media, Inc.
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: March 2014
Run time: 101 hours 57 minutes
The future belongs to those who understand data
Gain a clear perspective on the future of big data—and all the analytics, architectures, techniques, tools, and technologies you need to use data successfully. With this complete video compilation, you’ll get a front-row seat to the keynotes, workshops, and sessions at O’Reilly’s Strata Conference Santa Clara 2014.
Explore the changes big data, data science, and pervasive computing have brought to technology and business with presentations from Matei Zaharia (Databricks), David McRaney (Raycom Media), Carlos Guestrin (GraphLab), Kira Radinsky (SalesPredict), scores of other experienced data practitioners from finance, media, government, and education.
Download these videos or stream them through our HD player, and capture the knowledge offered in Strata’s 7 tracks: Data Science; Data in Action; The Connected World; Design; Ethics, Privacy, and Policy; Hadoop and Beyond; and Machine Data.
Learn the latest techniques in machine learning, prediction, and technology
Discover how to build effective data teams and create a data-driven organizational culture
See real-world case studies of large-scale, innovative big data applications—complete with behind-the-scenes insights
Explore the promises and perils of an always-on and increasingly quantified society, from the reach of government to the rights of the digital persona
Learn how to convey knowledge, from designing compelling interfaces to guiding users through a complex, immersive user experience
Dive into tools that make the big data revolution possible—Hadoop, Cassandra, Storm, Spark/Shark, and Drill—and extend your data science toolkit
Harness the flood of information from the Internet of Things and learn about the tools for collecting, storing, and analyzing it all
Comments about oreilly Strata Conference Santa Clara 2014: Video Compilation:
Strata provides such a wide breadth of talks that you can get a feel for almost every big data product in the ecosystem. Topics that are covered include tutorials on rapid prototyping and model iteration in IPython with scikit-learn to creating production data systems for batch, interactive, and realtime analytical workloads.
This years Strata was the most appealing one yet as it was the most focused on Python and the next generation of Hadoop such as Spark, Shark, and MLlib. If you aren't familiar with the Python data stack I highly recommend watching Olivier Grisel and Fernando Perez's talks. The great part of these videos is that, unlike the conference, you won't find yourself stuck in a talk that lost your interest half-way through and lamenting missing another talk.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend