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Informatica Community Day Will Surprise You

InformaticaCommunityDayThursday, May 15 is Community Day at Informatica World – and it’s going to be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.

Sure, from May 12 – 14, you’ll be immersed in Information Architectures, Cloud Strategies, and Big Data at more than 100 in-depth sessions. You’ll network with data’s best and brightest, including Informatica visionaries and technical staff. And you’ll enjoy one-on-one time with us at the Hands-On Labs.

But on Thursday, it will be time to switch gears, think about data in entirely different ways, and have some fun, first with amazing keynotes:

  • The Human Side of Data: Jer Thorp will show how cutting edge visualization techniques can be used to tell stories and make data more human.
  • Data for Good: Drew Conway will push us to use and analyze data not just to increase efficiency and profits, but also to serve society and “do good.”

Then, enjoy a special performance from an indie rock sensation with an infectious and inventive style and sound.

It all happens at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, which Frommer’s Travel Guide calls “…audacious, bold, stunningly visual, and one of the most interesting hotels in Vegas or anywhere else for that matter.”

Book your room now when you register, so you won’t be hiking in from somewhere else. The cutoff date is April 23! Use the Scheduler to select your sessions, book Hands-On Lab time and build your calendar. Early registrants get the jump on the best schedule.

Register now and you can still choose a FREE Pre-Conference Day session on MDM, ILM, Cloud, or Informatica University.

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