layout: mode title: "Meet Mode at DataWeek" author: "Emily Ritter" authortwitter: "emilyarden" authortitle: "Marketing at Mode" date: 2014-09-10 categories: community slug: meet-mode-dataweek
If you're heading to the DataWeek + APIWorld 2014 conference next week, we hope to meet you. You can track us down by attending one of the events listed below where we'll be speaking about Mode and our philosophy.
Or, if you're interested in an in-person walkthrough of Mode's latest and greatest (be sure to keep your eyes peeled over the next few days), email us at email@example.com and we'll find some time to meet while you're in town.
Tuesday, Sept 16
4:40 pm - Panel Discussion: The Benefits and Challenges of Open Analysis
Mode CEO Derek Steer, Yammer Director of Analytics Peter Fishman, and San Francisco Chief Data Officer Joy Bonaguro will discuss the key benefits and challenges of open, collaborative analysis, and what companies and the open data community can learn from one another. http://sched.co/1trTUcg
6:00-8:00pm - SF Data Developers Meetup
Mode, DataHero, and Keen.io are teaming up to host the SF Data Developers Meetup group—created for folks interested in building data products from the ground up. Join us at DataHero's office in SOMA for lightning talks, networking, and free beer: http://www.meetup.com/SF-Data-Developers-Meetup/events/203767312/
Wednesday, Sept 17
3:10pm - Lightning Talk: Using Data Products to Build Data Products
Modern consumer web companies swear by their ability to wield data as a product development tool. In this day and age, the notion that a company would build a product without running a single A/B test is almost inconceivable. And yet, most companies building data products offer packaged software that must be installed behind the firewall, preventing user testing and iterative release schedules. Mode CEO Derek Steer will discuss the practicality and future of multi-tenant architectures for data products. http://sched.co/1nYBd96
3:30pm - How to build a truly horizontal data company: Challenges and best practices from entrepreneurs in the trenches
Moderated by Battery Ventures' Bucky Moore, Mode CTO Josh Ferguson joins DataHero's Chris Neumann and Realm's Alex Stigsen, to share experiences building products with applications across verticals. http://sched.co/1p0VA59
Whether you attend one of our talks, schedule some time to chat, or use Mode during your hackathon project (Derek's judging, after all), we hope you'll get a chance to check out how Mode's tools can help your team collaborate on SQL-based data analysis. See you next week!