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KNIME to Host Annual Spring Summit in Austin, Texas, April 15-17

KNIME Summit brings together anyone interested in data, with any experience level, for the chance to learn from peers and industry experts about the practical application of data science.

KNIME, the software company focused on making working with data intuitive, will hold its annual KNIME Spring Summit conference in Austin, Texas, April 15-17, at the AT&T Hotel and Conference Center. The hybrid event is an opportunity for practitioners, data and business experts, educators, and more to level up their skills and learn more about scaling the adoption of data analytics, data science, genAI, and machine learning solutions using KNIME’s low-code/no-code software.

KNIME Spring Summit offers three days of customer presentations, panels, and on-site trainings and workshops focused on using KNIME software for varying use cases across multiple industries. Virtual and in-person attendees have the opportunity to hear from over a dozen business and data experts on how they are analyzing data with KNIME, and can engage with others just as passionate about data science through multiple virtual and in-person networking sessions.

Highlights of the event include:

  • In-person trainings on topics including data literacy, data engineering, and productionizing data pipelines
  • Hands-on workshops where attendees gain experience using genAI, building data apps, automating spreadsheets, and more
  • Live and virtual sessions led by industry experts from Yamaha, Siemens Healthineers, AMD, and more to hear how companies are upskilling their users and changing the way data is leveraged in their organizations
  • On-site workflow doctor sessions, where attendees can meet with a KNIME expert to discuss low-code data science in KNIME software as well as use cases and challenges
  • In-person demo booths and partner exhibitions, where attendees have time set aside to engage with KNIME partners and discuss specific use cases
  • In-person and virtual networking opportunities to connect with other attendees, as well as Birds of a Feather sessions where attendees on-site can connect with peers during breaks to discuss relevant topics

On-site attendees gain valuable opportunities to engage with presenters, peers in the industry, and KNIME customers, partners, and experts during the event and at after-hour receptions.

According to Philipp Kowalski, Digital Enablement Agent at Siemens, “Being together in the room with people who use data science in their jobs and expert teachers of data science, was invaluable. The onsite training sessions created a momentum that would not have been possible in a virtual setting. Having direct access to peers and trainers is the best way of learning.”

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