|Predicting a Billboard Music Hit with Shazam Data - Cait O'Riordan|
Shazam's VP of product Cait O'Riordan's talks about the app's 100 million active users.
|Google Cloud Bigtable's Next Big Step - Cory O'Connor|
Google's Cory O'Connor announces the next evolution of Google Cloud Bigtable. Its fully managed database as a service.
|Ariadne Capital's Julie Meyer Keynote at Strata + Hadoop World London 2015|
Chairman, CEO & Founder of Ariadne Capital Julie Mayer keynote about what innovation really about.
|Ideas that Matter - Tim Harford (Financial Times) Keynote|
The Financial Times economist and journalist on the two types of innovation.
|How BT Uses Hadoop with its CRM - Phillip Radley|
How BT uses Hadoop to broaden and deepen their customer relationships and UK business markets.
|Bringing Life to Design: Data Science in 3D - Autodesk's Mike Haley|
How Autodesk's customers use the program to bring designs into reality.
|Is Privacy Becoming a Luxury Good? - Julia Angwin|
Propublica's Julia Angwin's keynote talks about trying to protect her privacy on the web.
|Hadoop 2015: What We’ve Learned in 5 Years - Rick Farnell|
Some companies are still struggling with making Hadoop work for their enterprise needs...
|Hadoop and Healthcare - David Richards|
Our healthcare system should be a digital pioneer, using data to provide better outcomes through improved and streamlined care.
|Road to Real-Time Digital Business - Rod Smith|
Big data and analytics continues to be a disruptive business force.
|Hadoop: As Easy As Riding a Bike - Tamara Dull|
Comparing bike riding to current trends in big data adoption, and why newer technologies like Hadoop aren’t always to blame.
|Connected Car: World Record Race - Gareth Martin|
From North Cape, Norway to Cape Agulhas, South Africa, HP monitored sensor outputs with climate, social, and other environmental data. Plus a crash.
|Cait O'Riordan on How Shazam Predicts a Song's Future|
The current state of predictive analytics, developing new product offerings at Shazam, and how the Internet of Things is affecting their approach.
|WANdisco's David Richards on industries needing data disruption|
How data science can improve healthcare, his take on Google Cloud Bigtable, and the future of real-time data.
|Rick Farnell on Think Big's acquisition by Teradata|
The co-founder of Think Big on how a startup lives within a large enterprise.
|Google's Shailesh Rao Explains the Cloud Bigtable Platform|
Google's Director of Global Sales expands on the company's Strata announcement.
|Interview with Fernando Lucini (HP Software Big Data)|
HP's Big Data CTO discusses the company's work in big data, and why they're not going to stop making applications.
|Mark Torr on What SAS Has Been Up To|
What SAS has been up to, working with Hadoop, and data management for legacy platforms.
|Interview with opensensors.io's Yodit Stanton|
The importance of open data for the Internet of Things, and semantic challenges in sensor networks.
|Rod Smith on IBM's Emerging Technologies group|
The Vice-President of IBM's Emerging Technologies discusses how they fit within the larger company, their goals, and their work on IBM Watson.
|Jason Foster on incorporating Big Data at Marks & Spencer|
M&S's Head of Big Data on the evolution of the retail industry, the impact data will have on retail, and how Marks and Spencer is effecting change.
|Cloudera's Jairam Ranganathan on the Rapidly Changing Hadoop Ecosystem|
Cloudera's Product Manager on what changes mean for the democratization of Hadoop and the trends capturing his attention.
|Roger Magoulas & Hadoop Creator Doug Cutting on its Continued Growth|
O'Reilly Media's Roger Magoulas interviews Hadoop creator Doug Cutting on the software's continued growth, maintaining ethics, and more.
|Francine Bennett on Evil Uses of Data|
The co-founder at Mastodon C on the unintentional use of data for evil, and ways data scientists can ensure their data is used for good.
|ShopKeep's Christine Foster on Value in Data Mashups|
On working in environments in various stages of data disarray, and advice for data scientists moving into new positions.
|Aaron Kimball on Zymergen's data work in biotech|