Call for Speakers

in 170 days

move(data) 2022

event starts

8 Nov 2022

event ends

10 Nov 2022

location

Online


move(data) is celebrating the hard work and dedication of data engineers and like-minded individuals! We are looking for great speakers who will provide engaging and informative content to the audience. All data professionals have spent countless hours working on data movement, we want to hear your stories, what has worked, what hasn’t worked, what has made your job easier. All topics are on the table!


open, 79 days left
Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

04 Apr 2022

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

08 Aug 2022

This event is in Pacific Standard Time (UTC-08:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .

Event Format 
The event will be online and have blocks of sessions at different times of the day in order to provide live content to attendees globally.

  • Day 1 Nov 8 - Eastern time friendly (Start at 9:00 am ET run to 5:00 pm) (6:00 am to 2:00 pm)
  • Day 2 Nov 9 - Pacific time friendly (Start at 9:00 am PT run to 5:00 pm) - (9:00 am to 5:00 pm)
  • Day 3 Nov 10 - EMEA time friendly (Start at 9:00 am GMT run to 5:00 pm) (2:00 am to 10:00 am)


Suggested Content 
Below are some suggestions to get you started

  • You have a warehouse, now what?
  • ETL to ELT, why modernize
  • Own your stack - how to build an open source modern data stack
  • How to monitor your data
  • Automate or not? How to choose when to add automation into your workflow
  • Data orchestration - Airflow, Prefect, Dagster
  • Data collection - Airbyte, Snowplow,
  • Data warehousing - Snowflake, Databricks, Clickhouse, Firebolt, ect.
  • Data transformation - dbt
  • Data analysis - Preset, Metabase, Looker, Posthog,ect.
  • Data activation - Hightouch, Census, ect
  • Data observability - Monte Carlo, Metaplane, Bigeye, ect. 

If you have any questions regarding the CFP or would like guidance or support from the content team while you are working on your submission, feel free to send a message on the #movedata-speakers channel in the Airbyte slack.


Suggested Talk Formats 
Speakers are welcome to present from wherever they are in the world. 

All sessions will either be 30 minutes or 45 minutes, and blocks will include time for Q&A. We will feature:

  • Technical talks
  • Case studies
  • Technical deep dives
  • Lightning talks
  • Panels
  • Interviews
  • Round table discussions


Expected attendees

Our attendees will be a mix of:

  • Data Engineers
  • Data Warehouse Engineers
  • Data Architects
  • Business Intelligence Analysts
  • Analytics Engineers
  • "to be" users of Airbyte OSS or Cloud
  • Airbyte Community partners and collaborates
  • Non-coding members of the Airbyte Community



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