20-30 mins short lecture about career development followed by workshops ("round tables")
Women in Hi-Tech were creating with the purpose of advancing and empowering professional women in the high tech community in Israel.
Women in Hi-Tech was born in order to fill the gap by utilizing the "sisterhood" to support, empower and achieve personal growth, by the community for the community.
Today Women in High- tech community include of 7000+ professional women in different roles and fields and promote sharing ideas and open conversation about pressing subjects like career development, leadership in the boys club, professional challenges and juggling work-life balance from a women point of view.
Part of being a leader means being willing to continuously grow and learn. Knowledge can come from many different sources: lecture videos, books, blog posts from all over the world and more. The most valuable source of information can be as simple as the occasional small talk at the conference where you meet a group of people who encountered the same challenges, during a meetup event, learning how to apply an architecture/tool/process in a much better way from a person who experimented with it from a completely different angle. Those talks happen spontaneously, but If you place great developers in the same location great discussions will just happen.
If you are passionate about continuously improve your BI Development skills and knowledge, you are welcome to join the BI Development Leaders Forum kickoff. This forum is all about sharing our challenges and having a fruitful discussion. In order to do that, this forum will be limited to 20 people so we can sit in a roundtable and talk.
If you want to lead one of the topics discussions or have an idea for any other topics let us know.
Enum Converter by Nitzan Ohana
BusBoardIL by Guy Sheffer
RaspberryPi FullPageOS by Guy Sheffer
After your RSVP please fill this form - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdkNS0OSzN1bI6-JpKo_THcv9tvWnFi5yumP_cHaPpZXx-79g/viewform
Coding Meetups provide a great way for developers to interact, network and learn from each other, while contributing to the community.
It's essentially 3~ hours of doing good by giving back to the open source community and writing code together to fix bugs, add new features, etc...
This event is FOR ANYONE who likes to code. Open source by definition means getting help from people like you!
There is room for only 50 people so if you RSVP make sure you do arrive since you are taking someone else's place.
18:00- 18:20 - Make sure you are in the right place and start to mingle.
18:20- 18:30 - Presenting all the projects.
18:30- 20:45 - Let the coding begin!
20:45 - 21:00 - Meeting summary
Join our tech talk about the next Big Data Revolution! We are excited to invite you to hear how to reduce time to insight, reduce costs, improve performance, and learn how big organizations scout and adopt new technology.
Networking, beers, and pizza
/\\ A journey of reducing queries performance, from minutes to seconds /\\
By Ido Senesh - Senior Software Engineer @SimilarWeb
Ido will share his experience, difficulties, and thoughts regarding working on a POC at Similarweb, aimed to reduce queries performance, using Spark to re-shape the data, and Varada DB for fast query execution.
/\\ A DBA, an architect, and an analyst walk into a bar, Varada in-line indexing /\\
Varada enables business agility by solving the constant trade-offs data teams are facing combining innovation in storage and computing solutions. Varada is an SQL data analytics tier that runs in your account and on any dataset in your data lake. Zoom in on a dataset, and Varada will index it on the fly. Query any dimension from an on-demand unique SSD based distributed cluster architecture that self-adapts to the data schema and the usage workload, removing the need to prepare and model.
The purpose of this talk is to describe how in-line indexing combined with a synchronized materialized view on an all-flash array can solve many of the data preparation options.
About the speakers:
Ori Reshef: Throughout Ori’s career, his focus has been on leveraging data, particularly customer-generated, brand-generated, and operational data, to build solutions that improve a brand’s customer lifetime value (LTV) through a better understanding of customer needs and increased sales, retention and efficiency. Ori is excited to combine this expertise with Varada’s groundbreaking technology and an innovative approach to data.
David Krakov: David is the co-founder and CTO of Varada. With product building as his core skill, David has led teams and designed software of almost every kind, from autonomous firmware devices to distributed high-performance storage clusters. At Varada, he uses his data skills and memes to help analysts be agile and data architects to be loved.
David holds a number of patents and an M.Sc in computer science.
Panel - The rise of the Data Platform team
Eran Vanounou Varada CEO (Ex Global CTO & GM Liveperson)
Ziv Peled - VP Global Client Services & Product, AppsFlyer
Barak Gitsis - Head of Bigdata Engineering - SimilarWeb
Ori Reshef - VP Product Varada - Moderator.
The meetup will take place at the SimilarWeb Offices in the Azrieli Sarona building, on the 42nd floor. If you are coming by car, there are multiple parking options in the area (e.g. the Millennium Parking Lot, which costs 20 NIS).