GeekAustin Interview with Steve Kramer

Steve Kramer of Paragon Science gave one of the most highly received talks of 2015 at Austin Data Geeks. We recently interviewed Steve about his work in chaos theory and anomaly detection.

Steve will be speaking at the upcoming Data Day Seattle, held on July 23.

Interview with Juan Sequeda of Capsenta

Steve Guzman of Global Data Geeks recently interviewed Juan Sequeda (@juanseqeda / linkedin) of Capsenta at the inaugural Graph Day, where he was a speaker.
Juan will also be speaking at the upcoming Data Day Seattle.

Check out the video interview.

MySQL vs. PostgreSQL : the Smackdown

It began at the Afterparty

At the Afterparty for the first Data Day Austin, a *friendly* debate occurred concerning which was better: MySQL or PostgreSQL. The participants could not have been better matched:

Austin Geek of the Week: Damon Clinkscales

For the last year or so, the GeekAustin Cabal has been talking about publicly tipping our hat to fellow members of the Austin tech community who either 1) have made significant contributions, 2) deserve wider recognition, or 3) are simply doing cool stuff. Each of those to whom we tip are hat will be the Austin Geek of the Week.

GeekAustin hosts the WP Engine Launch Party

Austin serial entrepreneur and favorite SmartBear, Jason Cohen (@asmartbear), along with Cullen Wilson (@cullenw) and Aaron Brazell (@technosailor) have just launched WP Engine

GeekAustin/Piryx E-nauguration Party! Wow. Were you there?

For a while, I was afraid that I wouldn't make my own party. Cedar Fever had pretty much knocked me out, but after a few benedryl and an afternoon nap, I was ready to go.

Juan Sequeda and Jana Thompson: Is the Semantic Web necessary (and feasible)?

Following our launch party for Semantic Web Austin, We've been wanting to do a follow up interview with the group's founder, Juan Sequeda. This interview was conducted by GeekAustin's resident ontologist, Jana Thompson. - LinearB

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