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Spotlight on: Julia Silge, Stack Overflow

May 23, 2019
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Julia Silge is joining us as one of our keynote speakers at EARL London 2019. We can’t wait to hear Julia’s full keynote, but until then she kindly answered a few questions. Julia shared with us what we can expect from her address – which will focus on how Stack Overflow uses R and their recent developer survey. Hi...

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EARL speaker – highlights from the Mango team

May 10, 2019
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While we’re aiming to try and fit in as many EARL talks as we can, we know it’s impossible to see them all! We’ve asked some of the Mango team to let us know who they’re looking forward to seeing speak. First up is Alfie Smith one of our Data Scientists – more team picks to follow! Alfie Smith...

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EARL London 2019 speakers announced

May 8, 2019
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We were thrilled with the overall quality and amount of abstracts we received for this year’s EARL London Conference. Which made our job of selecting the final speakers even more difficult! We are pleased to share with you the speakers for EARL London 2019 – we will be interviewing some of our speakers over the next few months, so...

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EARL London keynote speaker announcement – Julia Silge

April 5, 2019
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We are thrilled to announce that Julia Silge from Stack Overflow will join us at EARL London (10-12 September) as a keynote speaker. After wowing us all at EARL Seattle last year we knew we had to get Julia over to London! About Julia Silge Julia Silge is a data scientist at Stack Overflow, with a PhD in astrophysics and...

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Data: a cultural transformation and not a quick fix

April 2, 2019
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Data: a cultural transformation and not a quick fix

Amid stronger business competition than ever before, companies need to do more than simply embrace buzzwords or trends. It’s something we see all the time when out in the field talking to customers, or speaking at events. When it comes to the role of data, the emphasis should instead be on instilling transformation into the very DNA of an...

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One week EARL London abstract extension – 8 April

April 1, 2019
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Due to quite a few panicked email requests over the weekend we have decided to extend the EARL London abstract deadline until 8 April.  Thank you so much to all the people that have already submitted, we can’t wait to look through all of the brilliant submissions. Submit your abstract here.

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EARL London abstract submission deadline – 31 March

March 14, 2019
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EARL London abstract submission deadline – 31 March

“EARL is a great Conference: it gives the opportunity of connecting with other companies that are using R for data analysis and getting inspired by their stories.” We have been delighted to already receive a host of interesting and brilliant abstracts for EARL London 2019, and there’s still time to submit yours! The Enterprise Applications of the R Langauge Conference is...

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How to become a Mango

March 5, 2019
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At Mango, we talk a lot about going on a ‘data-driven journey’ with your business. We’re passionate about data and getting the best use out of it. But for now, instead of looking at business journeys, I wanted to talk to the Mango team and find out how they started on their own ‘data journey’ – what attracted them to a...

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EARL Houston: Interview with Hadley Wickham

November 5, 2018
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Can you tell us about your upcoming keynote at EARL and what the key take-home messages will be for delegates? I’m going to talk about functional programming which I think is one of the most important programming techniques used with R. It’s not something you need on day 1 as a data scientist but it gives you some really...

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America – get ready for EARL!

October 4, 2018
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With another brilliant EARL London behind us, we are now looking forward to bringing the conference to the US with three one day EARL Roadshow events! We couldn’t be more excited to bring the latest and greatest in R to three cities across America: Seattle – 7 November Houston – 9 November Boston – 13 November With speakers from...

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