SatRday in South Africa

January 18, 2018
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(This article was first published on R on The Jumping Rivers Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Jumping Rivers is proud to be sponsoring the upcoming SatRday conference in Cape Town, South Africa on 17th March 2018.

What is SatRday?

SatRdays are a collection of free/cheap accessible R conferences organised by members of the R community at various locations across the globe. Each SatRday looks to provide talks and/or workshops by R programmers covering the language and it’s applications and is run as a not-for-profit event. They provide a great place to meet like minded people, be it researchers, data scientists, developers or enthusiasts, to discuss your passion for R programming.

SatRday in Cape Town

This years SatRday in Cape Town has a collection of workshops on the days running up to the conference on the Saturday. For more detailed information concerning speakers, workshop topics and registration head on over to http://capetown2018.satrdays.org/ .

Be in it to win it

In addition to sponsoring the conference this year, Jumping Rivers is also giving you the chance to win a free ticket. To be in with a chance just respond to the tweet below:

https://twitter.com/DataWookie/status/953867344790609920


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