Webinars: Practical Advice for R in Production

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Many organisations have a robust infrastructure that allows their data science teams to provide, fast and reliable insights. But for many groups, they are just starting down this path.

We, Jumping Rivers, have partnered with RStudio to launch a two-part webinar series which examines and explores the usage of R in production environments. The first webinar will discuss the big picture of using open source languages and tools in enterprise environments. We’ll investigate typical set-ups which many companies employ when implementing R in production. Borrowing from the idea of Code Smell, we’ll think about “R in Production”. That is, set-ups that seem OK at first glance, but on closer inspection are lacking. We’ll end the first webinar, by discussing successful set-ups companies have adopted.

Sign up for part 1

The second webinar will be a hands-on workshop to gain certain skills for securely putting R in production. If you are interested, in saying how RStudio tools can make your data science life easier, then this is the workshop for you.

Sign up for part 2

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