Start 2020 with mad new skills you learned at rstudio::conf. Final Call

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There will be no better time or place this year to accelerate your knowledge of all things R and RStudio than at rstudio::conf 2020 in San Francisco. While we’re approaching capacity, there’s still room for you! Whether you’re a dedicated R user or one of the many people who use R and Python, come join us and more than 2,000 fellow data scientists and data science team leaders in San Francisco January 27 – 30.


Learn more and register for the RStudio 2020 conference here

You can still register for a workshop (January 27 – 28), the conference (January 29 – 30), or both!
With a little more than 2 weeks to go, we expect to reach conference capacity soon.

Here are the career-building workshops with seats still available for you as of January 9, 2020. We apologize in advance if a workshop listed here is sold out before you have the chance to register.

  • A Practical Introduction to Data Visualization with ggplot2
  • Modern Geospatial Data Analysis with R
  • Designing the Data Science Classroom
  • Text Mining with Tidy Data Principles
  • Big Data with R
  • R Markdown and Interactive Dashboards
  • R for Excel Users
  • What They Forgot to Teach You about R Workshop
  • My Organization’s First R Package Workshop
  • Shiny from Start to Finish

Note: Childcare for registered attendees is also still available for children 6 months to 8 years of age from 8am – 6pm daily. The cost is $20/day.

Hear what other data scientists have to say about rstudio::conf!


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