Rstudio & ThinkR roadshow – June 6 – Paris

May 24, 2019
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(This article was first published on (en) The R Task Force, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

On June the 6th, 2019, Rstudio is partnering with ThinkR to offer you a one day event around “R in production”. See you in Paris!

If you’re an experienced developer or a decision-maker looking to learn more about what R and RStudio have to offer, then this event made is for you!

During the first part of the event, there will be two workshops, from 2 to 5:

  • From 2.30 to 3.30:  How to create a production-ready Shiny application with the {golem} package.
  •  From 4.00 to 5.00: Best practices for using RStudio products in production.

Following these “technical” workshops, we’re happy to welcome you for a cocktail reception.

In this second part of the evening, we’ll be talking about real-life applications of R in production: scaling scripts and Shiny applications, coding for durability, maintaining…

The doors will open at 13h30 for the workshops. You can also join us at 17h30 for the cocktail and use-cases.

The number of places is limited. Registration is free but mandatory: follow this link to register.

Full program:

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