KNIME ist ein Berliner!

November 11, 2014 — by Thomas Gabriel

We will be welcoming participants to our 8th KNIME User Group Meeting and Workshops in the city of Berlin, Germany from February 23-27, 2015. The venue is the dbb forum in the heart of Berlin within walking distance of the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag building -- all only a few blocks away from the new KNIME offices.

Following the success of our UGMs in recent years, we are planning another multifaceted agenda of KNIME talks and workshops. The week starts with a KNIME User Training and a KNIME Developer Meeting on Monday and Tuesday. You do not need any prior knowledge of KNIME to attend the User Training; it is open to everyone interested in learning more about KNIME and how to apply it to their data. The Developer Meeting is designed for all community developers and partners interested in spending two intense days on KNIME (node) development and KNIME hacking. We will also outline the direction KNIME developments will be taking in future and discuss your requests and suggestions.

We already have an interesting line-up of confirmed speakers for our General Meeting on Wednesday and Thursday, which includes Joe Porter (Proctor & Gamble), Dean Abbott (Abbott Analytics), Greg Landrum (Novartis), Arthur von Eschen (Activision), Matthias Filter (Federal Institute for Risk Assessment), Serge Parel (Exquiron) and Sam Webb (Lhasa Limited). The conference dinner on Wednesday will take place at one of the city's major landmarks, Berlin's television tower, 207 meters above the capital in the tower's Sphere restaurant. The KNIME week is concluded on Friday with workshops given by KNIME, the KNIME Community and our KNIME Partners.

In the hopes that this has prompted your curiosity to register for our 8th KNIME UGM, we look forward to seeing new and familiar faces in Berlin in 2015.
Come to Berlin and enjoy both the KNIME User Group Meeting and the flair of this dynamic city. Register now to reserve your place!

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