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KNIME Spring Summit 2020 Moves Online Due To COVID-19


In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, KNIME has decided to move its annual conference KNIME Spring Summit online. Starting Monday, March 30, the summit will be running through the month of April 2020.

The online summit offers an opportunity for IT planners, data team managers and data scientists working remotely to take a day and learn how open-source KNIME Analytics Platform easily allows them to create visual data science workflows that can solve everyday problems. KNIME Server, the commercial complement to the Analytics Platform, enables upgrading to enterprise-grade deployment, collaboration and management to meet team and company growing needs.

Michael Berthold, co-founder and CEO of KNIME, said: “On a positive note, by streaming the summit, people can participate from anywhere, and we look forward to connecting all those home offices across the world.”

On March 30, the virtual classroom doors open with a variety of courses on beginner and advanced data science, data wrangling, as well as courses on big data and machine learning.

On April 1, the following highlighted summit talks will be livestreamed: The Future of Data Science: Integrated Deployment, by Michael Berthold; What’s New and Cooking in KNIME, by Bernd Wiswedel and Jim Falgout and Closing keynote by Dean Abbott, by custom of a long-standing KNIME Summit tradition.

KNIME is making available sessions and webinars free of charge while you can avail courses at a reduced price of 50 euros ($55) per class.