OK, if you haven’t heard of it before Slack is kinda like IRC, kinda like Dropbox, kinda like a lot of things – it’s a neat place to bring together communications between your team or community, and the integrations allow
Sponsoring community events – is it right for you? This series of posts will take you through the things you need to know to help you decide. Over the coming weeks, this new series will go through the in’s and
Voting for 2 of the 3 locations for satRday conferences will be closing at the end of May 31st (GMT). It’s been a phenomenal turnout with more than 1,500 votes so far. You can still vote if you haven’t already!
satRdays, free R conferences, are a project being supported by the R Consortium. When Gergely and I submitted our proposal, we said we’d be supporting three conferences: Budapest, Hungary (Gergely’s home turf) Somewhere in the US Somewhere else in the
I’m very pleased to say that the R Consortium agreed to the support the satRday project! The idea kicked off in November and I was over the moon with the response from the community, then we garnered support before submitting
I talked back in November about the idea of an RSaturday, which were free community-driven conferences on R. Since then, we created a GitHub repository and started hammering out the details for satRdays. The current proposal consists of: A name:
UPDATE: Proposal now being developed after fantastic community support. Check out satRdays on GitHub and contribute your opinions! I had a contact from a very nice chap in Dallas a month ago about whether in the R world we do