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DataSaturday Croatia 2021

event date

11 Sep 2021

location

Hotel International Zagreb, City of Zagreb, Croatia


Data Saturday Croatia is a free training event for professionals who use the Microsoft data platform. These community events offer content across data management, cloud and hybrid architecture, analytics, business intelligence, AI, and more.

The plan is for the event to be in person, on Saturday, September 11, at the Hotel International, Miramarska Cesta 24, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia. We hope for the best! If this is not possible, the event will switch to virtual / hybrid.

This free event is organized by volunteers from the SQL Server User Group Croatia.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

01 Apr 2021

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

10 Jul 2021

This event is in Central European Daylight Time (UTC+02:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone is .

Topics: Any Microsoft Data Platform-related technical subject or non-technical

Session Length: 60 minutes

Session Abstract: Please include a full description of what topics this session will cover, what the audience will learn, and which, if any, pre-requisites should be expected of attendees

Tracks: Please choose the track most appropriate to your session from among: Administration, AI & Machine Learning, BI & Analytics, Development

Difficulty level: Introductory and overview, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert

We will give extra points during session evaluation for Azure related topics.



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Terry McCann
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Paresh Motiwala
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Tomaž Kaštrun
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  • Applied data analytics with Azure Databricks
Dejan Sarka
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Thomas Hütter
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