SEATTLE, October 26 – PASS Summit 2016 kicked off with over 6,000 total registrations, the largest turnout in the event’s history. Data professionals from 51 countries will descend on Seattle this week for PASS Summit 2016 for a week of in-depth training. Tech heavyweights like Dr. Joseph Sirosh, CVP from Microsoft’s Data Group and Dr. David DeWitt from MIT will deliver this year’s keynotes, revealing the future of data and its global impact.
PASS is the largest community for data professionals in the world, with over 250,000 members. This annual Summit brings together the best and the brightest data minds from around the globe—from as far afield as Sri Lanka and Sweden to Ecuador and China—to connect, share, and learn about the latest industry trends and advanced technologies.
- 200+ technical sessions
- 500+ Microsoft Engineers and product specialists
- 6,000+ registrations
Keynote speakers include:
Dr. Joseph Sirosh, CVP of Microsoft’s Data Group: “A.C.I.D. Intelligence”
Dr. David DeWitt, Adjunct Professor, MIT: “Data Warehousing in the Cloud"
Women in Technology Lunch Keynote:
Kelly Lockwood Primus, Senior VP of Strategic Client Solutions, Leading Women:
“Leadership, The Missing 33% and Career Success for Women”
Wednesday, October 26 – Friday, October 28
Washington State Trade and Convention Center, 705 Pike St., Seattle, WA 98101-2310.
Main entrance on Eighth Ave. between Pike and Seneca.
Keynote presentations will be broadcast live on PASS TV.
For more information, contact:
Tel: 778 788 8509
Communications Specialist, PASS