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On a recent visit to Bryce Canyon Park’s Astronomy & Night Sky Program, I was pleasantly surprised to witness four women astrophysicists presenting the wonders of the galaxy to the audience—Jupiter, Saturn, the moon, the…

For women working in big data and analytics, it is becoming more than likely that you will collaborate with colleagues by using cloud-space technology. With the advent of the cloud, we now share and store…

On Friday May 19, 2017, the Women in Big Data North West chapter sparked off their first meetup at Python Conference (https://us.pycon.org/2017/events/womenbigdatemeetup/). The event was held in the heart of Oregon, Portland, and was very…

On June 13, Hortonworks teamed up with The Women in Big Data Forum to sponsor a lunch and panel discussion at the DataWorks Summit. Wei Wang, Senior Director of Product Marketing @ Hortonworks moderated the panel. Wei…

Interested in hearing from inspiring speakers on the opportunities and the importance of Big Data and how to apply it? Do you want to learn how your body language influences your personal and professional life,…

Thank you to Women in Big Data (WiBD) and DataBricks for organizing the Women in Big Data Spark Summit Panel and Lunch on June 7, 2017. The session was well attended by at least 150…

Women in Big Data and SAP hosted a great evening that featured speakers from SAP, Google and Nvidia discussing Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Deep Learning, etc., from their respective company views and from their respective…

On April 27, 2017, an enthusiastic crowd of sixty-one women turned up as Cloudflower’s Lukas Biewald conducted a class on Python and Scikit-Learn. Sponsored by the Women in Big Data Forum, the class took place at…

What do… – Sixty women – Two men – One six-year old boy… … have in common?

The Women in Big Data Workshop, May 4, 2017 Forty-seven attendees showed up to a packed room  at Cloudera HQ to join Bob Loftis in a workshop on Interviewing Skills. Women of many ages, nationalities and points in their careers…

This was the very first time all members were invited to a single event, after having grown from only 15 members to over 1900 in the past two years! The goal of the members’ appreciation event…

On April 4, 2017, Amita Ekbote and Susan Huynh, both of Mesosphere, Inc., presented on DC/OS, Mesosphere’s datacenter operating system. Mesosphere hosted the event at their San Francisco headquarters.