We are very pleased to announce, as you might already be aware, that SatRday is coming back to Newcastle upon Tyne on 4th April 2020. SatRdays are one-day, non-profit, community organised R conferences held across the world. Where will it be held? The event will be held at The Catalyst - right next to St James’ Park. There are vast transport facilities available to you, meaning Newcastle is very easy to get to - there are no excuses for you not to come!
Earlier this month I attended the inaugural SatRday Newcastle. This was my first time attending a SatRday event, and I had a really enjoyable day. The event was sponsored by Newcastle University, Sage, RStudio and Jumping Rivers. There were over 100 attendees from across the U.K. Most attendees were from industry, although there were also a couple of academics present. There were also lots of R-Ladies, including women from the newly formed R-Ladies Newcastle, who are launching next month.
We are pleased to announce the very first Satrday event in Newcastle upon Tyne (and England). satRdays Newcastle is a one-day, low-cost, community organised R conference in the heart of Newcastle City Centre. Where? The event will be held at Newcastle University. Getting to Newcastle is really easy Train: 90 minutes from Edinburgh or 3 hours from London. The train station is in the middle of Newcastle. Plane: Direct flights from Schiphol, Paris, Stansted, Heathrow, Dublin, Belfast.
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.
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