Keynote speaker announcement: David Robinson – Stack Overflow

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Mango Solutions are delighted to announce that David Robinson, Data Scientist at Stack Overflow, will be keynoting at EARL Boston 2017.

David analyzes data on the world’s software developers to help them find answers to their programming questions and advance their careers. He is the co-author (with Julia Silge) of the tidytext package and the O’Reilly book, Text Mining with R. He is also the author of the broom, gganimate, and fuzzyjoin packages and of the e-book Introduction to Empirical Bayes. He writes about R, statistics and education on his blog Variance Explained, as well as on Twitter as @drob.

There are plenty of David and Stack Overflow fans in the Mango office, so we’re looking forward to seeing him speak in November!

EARL Boston 2017 will be held on 1-3 November at The Charles Hotel in Cambridge.

Want to join David at EARL Boston?

Abstract submissions are now open for EARL Boston. Share your R adventures and innovations with fellow R users.

All accepted speakers receive a 1-day Conference pass and a ticket to the evening networking reception.

Submit your abstract here.

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