SatRdays London is now Hybrid!

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SatRdays London is fast approaching, and we have a couple of exciting announcements to share with you!

Full program available now

The full list of speakers and their abstracts can now be found in a downloadable program on our conference website, along with the schedule for the day and the registration options.

Registration deadline extension

The registration deadline has now been extended to the 21st April, so you can register all the way up to the day before the event!

Virtual tickets now available

Most excitingly, we are pleased to announce that this will now be a hybrid event! If you aren’t able to make it to London for the day, there’s no need to miss out. You can sign up in the same place (via the website), and select the “Virtual only” option! You will then be able to watch live on the day, and join in on the Q&A sessions with our speakers.

We’re really looking forward to hosting you all, whether at the incredible Bush House in London or virtually, so please book your place now to make sure you don’t miss out on our excellent line up of speakers. We have a great range of talk topics, from R in journalism and MLOps, to sustainability and EDI in the R project, air quality analysis to scrutinising government spending, and much more, there will be something for everyone at this month’s SatRdays London event!

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