We're back! Data Saturday Holland will take place in the hear of the awesome city of Utrecht in The Netherlands. We're expecting 400+ attendees (I know, we were bigger pre-covid, we might have more attendees, we're testing the waters here). The content will focus mainly on the Microsoft Data Platform. Topics we're looking for are for instance SQL Server, Synapse Analytics, Databricks, Kubernetes, Cosmos DB, Powershell, Data Factory, DBT and PowerBI. It may sound like we're fully into the cloud and data warehousing, but a lot of our attendees absolutely still love the on-prem world and a good old complicated HA/DR setup session for instance. We've organised this many times already and besides it being one of the biggest Dat Saturdays (certainly in the top 3 in Europe) we try to also make it very welcoming and open for our attendees and speakers.
The venue is located in the a big cinema complex in the center of the beautiful Dutch town of Utrecht. Easy to reach via car and public transport from the whole country, and just a short direct train away from Schiphol Airport.
We work closely together with our Belgian friends from Dataminds, feel free to submit at both our events. We'll make a plan together to get you there in time to enjoy the Beer Festival in Mechelen on Sunday ;-)
Session length is 60 minutes!
If you like to submit 2 sessions of which you think this would make for an awesome double feature than please let us know in the comments.
We will choose sessions within 2 weeks after close of the CfP. (on or before July 1st)
Because this is our first post-covid event we can't be sure if we can secure enough budget to be able to pay for hotels for speakers and such, so unfortunately we won't be able to offer that this time around. (unless you are a training day speaker)
Our event is open to anyone, we have a friendly community, our catering includes many healthy and dietary choices. And if people contact us with special wishes or needs we always try to help. We do also have a clearly visible Code of Conduct shown at the entrance.
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