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GoodData Heads to DataWeek 2014 to Join the Data Skills Discussion


Cloud analytics provider to open platform to developers and lead discussions on data privacy, productizing data and building data-driven organizations

SAN FRANCISCO – September 12, 2014 – GoodData today announced that it will participate in DataWeek + API World 2014 Conference & Expo, San Francisco’s largest Data + API conference of 2014, to share best practices around this year’s theme: Data Skills. GoodData will lead sessions on data privacy and productizing data and will host a fireside chat with customer RedBubble, the Australian-born online art community and marketplace for aspiring artists. GoodData will also open its platform to registered hackers for Data + API Hackathon on Saturday, September 13 as a sponsor of the event.

“At GoodData, we are committed to making people successful with data, not just through our product but by encouraging them to do more with analytics,” said Roman Stanek, GoodData founder and CEO. “That's why this year's DataWeek and API World is a perfect match for us. We're excited to join the conversation and invite all participating developers to build something great and unexpected on our platform.”

** DataWeek + API World 2014 Details-At-A-Glance **

Data and API Hackathon

  • Saturday, September 13 to Sunday, September 14
  • Located at Impact HUB at 901 Mission St #105, San Francisco, CA 94103
  • To register: http://dataweek.co/hackathon/

Open Talk: Rise of the Data Product

  • Presented by Gaurav Agarwal, Senior Director, Product Management and Strategy, GoodData
  • Tuesday, September 16 from 2:30pm - 2:40pm
  • Located at DataWeek + API World Main Stage, Hotel Kabuki​
  • Details available at: http://sched.co/1rS4UzJ​​

Panel: Big Data Privacy: Whose Responsibility Is It? With GoodData

  • Presented by: Roman Stanek, Founder and CEO, GoodData; Ryan Gurney, Vice President, Security, Zendesk; Shane McGee, Chief Privacy Officer, FireEye, Inc.; Lara Kehoe Hoffman, Privacy and Data Security Counsel, Autodesk
  • Moderated by: Richard Byrne Reilly, VentureBeat
  • Wednesday, September 17 from 10:00am - 10:40am
  • Located at DataWeek Stage 1, Hotel Kabuki​
  • Details available at: http://sched.co/1mgNMLW​​

Build Data into your DNA - Cloud Analytics at Redbubble.

  • Presented by Manoj Yadav, Director Business Analytics, RedBubble
  • Wednesday, September 17 from 1:40pm - 2:20pm
  • Located at DataWeek Stage 1, Hotel Kabuki​​

DataWeek (see schedule) + API World 2014 (see schedule) Conference & Expo 2014 will take place from September 15 - 17, 2014. The conference and expo will give attendees an opportunity to join 100+ talks and interact with 200+ new data and API technologies. Other companies leading sessions include Google, IBM, Linkedin, The Economist, ReadWrite, HP, Dun & Bradstreet, Leap Motion, Visual.ly, Oauth.io, and hundreds more covering topics across Big Data, Data Science-as-a-Service, API Design, Data Visualization, Connected Cars and the Internet of Things.

About GoodData

At GoodData, we believe that traditional data tools are no longer enough. Our Data as a Service (DaaS) infrastructure is the future of analytics: real-time, open, secure, and scalable. GoodData’s leading cloud-native platform gives our customers the flexibility to build and scale any of their data use cases; from self-service and embeddable analytics, to machine learning and IoT.

GoodData’s robust dashboards, custom insights, and unmatched governance options have helped over 140,000 of the world’s top businesses deliver on their analytics goals. GoodData is headquartered in San Francisco and is backed by Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst Partners, Intel Capital, TOTVS, and others. For more information visit our website and follow GoodData on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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