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We’re inviting leaders from Google Cloud to guide developers on how to build analytics lakehouses, analytics pipelines, and more! Network with your local developer community and enjoy food and drinks on us.
Get inspired, learn something new, and connect with other community members and Googlers at one of our local events. 2Gather is to unite with the C2C community. It’s an opportunity to learn from leaders and network in person. It’s also a time to sit back, relax, and get to know your peers.
At 2Gather Sunnyvale: Hey Google, How Do I Build an Analytics Lakehouse?, our speakers will focus on:
Defining an analytics lakehouse and how to set one up
Event-driven architectures and real-time data analytics
Building in ML and real-time feedback from lakehouse to your app
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Head Of Advocacy For Data Analytics
Head of Advocacy for Databases
Jason leads the Developer Advocacy team at Google Cloud focused on Data Analytics. He has an extensive background leading cloud data and software engineering products. At Google, Jason focuses on enabling developers to be successful with data products including BigQuery, Dataproc, and Vertex AI. Jason's current interests include DevOps and DataOps implementations on Google Cloud and helping data engineers build best practice pipelines using software engineering principles.
Gabe leads the database and infrastructure advocacy team for Google Cloud ensuring that developers can make awesome things, both inside and outside of Google. That could mean speaking at conferences, writing example code, running boot camps, writing technical blogs, or just doing some hand-holding. Before Google, he worked in virtual reality production and distribution, source control, the games industry, and professional acting.