rstudio::conf

Deadline extended for rstudio::conf(2020) abstract submissions

2019-09-06 Hadley Wickham
rstudio::conf, the conference on all things R and RStudio, will take place January 29 and 30, 2020 in San Francisco, California, preceded by Training Days on January 27 and 28. We’ve received requests from a number of you for permission to submit talk/e-poster abstracts after the deadline (today, September 6). In response, we’re extending the deadline by a week for everyone; the new submission deadline is September 13, a week from today, at 11:59PM PDT. Read more →

rstudio::conf(2020) Diversity and international scholarships

2019-08-30 Jen Hecht
rstudio::conf(2020L) continues our tradition of diversity scholarships, and this year we’re increasing the program size to 44 recipients. As a result of thinking about our goals, this year we have two components to the program: 38 domestic diversity scholarships available to anyone living in the US or Canada who is a member of a group that is under-represented at rstudio::conf. At present, these groups would include women/minority genders, people of color, LGBTQ, elders/older adults, and those with disabilities. Read more →

rstudio::conf(2020) call for submissions

2019-08-09 Hadley Wickham
rstudio::conf, the conference on all things R and RStudio, will take place January 29 and 30, 2020 in San Francisco, Califorrnia, preceded by Training Days on January 27 and 28. The rstudio::conf program includes invited speakers and RStudio employees, but we also want to hear from you, the R community! We are particularly interested in submissions that have one or more of these qualities: Showcase the use of R to solve real problems. Read more →

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

2019-07-15 Hadley Wickham
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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! Conference: Wednesday-Thursday, Jan 29-30 Join me, your host and Chief Scientist of RStudio, for our keynote speakers: Hilary Parker (Stitch Fix) and Roger Peng (Johns Hopkins) Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viegas (Research Scientists, Google). Read more →

rstudio::conf 2019 Workshop materials now available

2019-02-06 Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel
rstudio::conf 2019 featured 15 workshops on tidyverse, Shiny, R Markdown, modeling and machine learning, deep learning, big data, and what they forgot to teach you about working with R. Some of the new workshops for this year touched on topics like putting Shiny applications into production at scale and R & Tensorflow. The conference also featured certification workshops on RStudio Professional Administrator and Train-the-trainer for tidyverse and Shiny. Below is a list of all workshops we hosted, with links to materials. Read more →

Thinking about going to rstudio::conf 2019? Act soon!

2018-11-28 Roger Oberg
rstudio::conf 2019, the conference for all things R and RStudio, is less than two months away and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone January 15 - 18 in Austin, TX. Register for rstudio::conf 2019 Already registered? Book your room at the Fairmont If you haven’t registered for a workshop or the conference or booked your travel yet, we have some good news and some bad. The bad news (because we want everyone to be able to attend) is that many workshops are sold out, and conference registrations were already at 91% of capacity as of November 28! Read more →

Deadline extended for rstudio::conf(2019) abstract submissions

2018-09-14 Hadley Wickham
rstudio::conf, the conference on all things R and RStudio, will take place January 17 and 18, 2019 in Austin, Texas, preceded by Training Days on January 15 and 16. We’ve received requests from a number of you for permission to submit talk/e-poster abstracts after the deadline (this Saturday, September 15). In response, we’re extending the deadline by a week for everyone; the new submission deadline is September 22, a week from Saturday. Read more →

rstudio::conf(2019) contributed talks & e-posters

2018-08-20 Hadley Wickham
rstudio::conf, the conference on all things R and RStudio, will take place January 17 and 18, 2019 in Austin, Texas, preceded by Training Days on January 15 and 16. We are pleased to announce that this year’s conference includes contributed talks and e-posters! There are fifteen contributed talk slots which are 20 minutes long, and are scheduled alongside talks by RStudio employees and invited speakers. We expect most talks to be attended by 400+ people, and are looking for interesting topics and engaging speakers. Read more →

rstudio::conf(2019) diversity scholarships

2018-08-10 Hadley Wickham
rstudio::conf(2019) continues our tradition of diversity scholarships, and this year we’re doubling the program (again!) to 38 recipients: 32 domestic diversity scholarships available to anyone living in the US or Canada who is a member of a group that is under-represented at rstudio::conf. 6 international scholarships available to residents of Africa, South or Central America, or Mexico. Both groups will receive complementary conference and workshop registration, and funds for travel and accommodation (up to $1000 for domestic candidates and $3000 for international). Read more →

rstudio::conf 2019 is open for registration!

2018-07-31 Roger Oberg
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rstudio::conf, the conference for all things R and RStudio, will take place January 17 and 18, 2019 (Thursday and Friday) in Austin, Texas. It will be preceded by Training Days on January 15 and 16 (Tuesday and Wednesday). Early Bird registration is now open! Conference: Thursday January 17 - Friday January 18, 2019 Join host and RStudio Chief Scientist Hadley Wickham along with keynote speakers David Robinson, Chief Data Scientist at DataCamp; Felienne Herman, assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology, founder of Infotron, teacher of Lego Mindstorm, co-founder of the Joy of Programming conference and a host of Software Engineering Radio; and Joe Cheng, RStudio CTO and creator of Shiny and RPubs, to explore the state of the art and future of data science. Read more →