rstudio::conf(2020) is open for registration!

July 14, 2019
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(This article was first published on RStudio Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

rstudio::conf, the conference for all things R and RStudio, will take place January 29 and 30, 2020 in San Francisco, California. It will be preceded by Training Days on January 27 and 28. Early Bird registration is now open!

Register now

Conference: Wednesday-Thursday, Jan 29-30

Join me, your host and Chief Scientist of RStudio, for our keynote speakers:

Along with 80 other talks in four parallel tracks.

As well as RStudio data scientists and engineers, you’ll also hear from and interact with outstanding speakers drawn from the wider R and data science communities. Stay tuned for announcements about our invited speakers, and our call for contributed talks.

Check out our videos from the last conference to get a sense of the depth and breadth of the typical content.

Training days: Monday-Tuesday, Jan 27-28

Preceding the conference, RStudio will offer two days of optional in-person training. This year, we’ve expanded our training program to include 19 workshops taught by experts throughout the R community. These workshops span 3 categories of learning:

  • Introductory: Workshops that require minimal or no R experience
  • Intermediate/Advanced: Workshops that expand your existing R knowledge and focus on a specialized area of R
  • Professional Development: Workshops focusing on professional skills that complement your R knowledge.

Your workshop choices this year include:

6 Introductory Workshops Instructor(s)
Designing The Data Science Classroom Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel
Introduction to Machine Learning with the Tidyverse Alison Hill & Garrett Grolemund
Communicating with R Markdown and Interactive Dashboards Carl Howe & Yihui Xie
R for Excel Users Julia Lowndes & Allison Horst
Shiny From Start To Finish Danny Kaplan
Introduction to Data Science in the Tidyverse Amelia McNamara & Hadley Wickham
11 Intermediate and Advanced Workshops Instructor(s)
Text Mining with Tidy Data Principles Julia Silge
Modern Geospatial Data Analysis with R Zev Ross
Data Visualization with R Kieran Healy
Time Series and Forecasting in R Rob Hyndman
My Organization’s First R Package Rich Iannone + Malcolm Barrett
Applied Machine Learning Max Kuhn
Building Tidy Tools Charlotte Wickham & Hadley Wickham
What They Forgot to Teach You About R Kara Woo, Jenny Bryan, + Jim Hester
Big Data with R Edgar Ruiz
JavaScript for Shiny Users Garrick Aden-Buie
Deep Learning with Keras and TensorFlow in R Bradley Boehmke
2 Workshops for Partners, Professionals and Administrators Instructor
RStudio Professional Products administration Andrie de Vries
Instructor Training Greg Wilson

While we’ve expanded the number of workshop attendees we can accommodate by nearly 50%, RStudio::conf workshops are very popular and do sell out quickly. We encourage attendees who would like to attend workshops to register well in advance of the conference registration deadline.

Who should go?

rstudio::conf is for RStudio users, R administrators, and RStudio partners who want to learn how to write better Shiny applications, explore all the capabilities of R Markdown, work effectively with Spark or TensorFlow, build predictive models, understand the tidyverse of tools for data science, build tidy tools themselves, discover production-ready development & deployment practices, earn certification as a trainer for Shiny or the Tidyverse, or become a certified administrator of RStudio professional products.

Why do people go to rstudio::conf?

Because there is simply no better way to learn about all things R & RStudio.

After #rstudioconf, I shut my laptop for four days to decompress, marinate
and spend some time with family. It’s back to work tomorrow and I couldn’t
be more excited to start coding again and this feeling is why I love the
R community so much.
Caitlyn Hudon

Thing I learned at #Rstudioconf that sticks out to me the most: it turns out
that this group of people who are so kind and welcoming online are also kind
and welcoming in real life. More than any library or api that’s what makes
#rstats great.
Nick Strayer

Wrote a little post
on why #rstudioconf is the best conference experience i have had. No kidding.
I am on a high!
Athanasia Mowinckel

What should I do now?

Be an early bird! Attendance is limited. All seats are are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Early Bird registration discounts are available (Conference only) and a capped number of Academic discounts are also available for eligible students and faculty.

Stay tuned for information about diversity scholarships which will be announced mid August.

If all tickets available for a particular workshop are sold out before you are able to purchase, we apologize in advance!

Register now!

If you have any questions or issues registering, please email [email protected]
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