Big Data

10 Videos

J-Spring 2019: Katherine Stanley – An introduction to Apache Kafka – this is Event Streaming, not just Messaging

The amount of data the world produces is growing exponentially every year and many companies are realising the potential of harnessing this data. A lot of this is generated in the form of a never ending stream of events, with publishers creating the events and subscribers consuming them in many different ways. This is where […]

TEQnation 2019: Eugene Bogaart – Bringing data to life, handling less structured data

The world is full of brilliant tools that provide us visual insights. All these tools have a common requirement that input should be in SQL format. Relational databases are the most common source of structured data, accessible through SQL. But what about all of these NoSQL databases, they promise handling data easier by accepting semi-structured […]

TEQnation 2019: Rob van Loon & Sander van Egmond – Code2Navigate, from bit to bike

Spring is in the air. With the weather improving this means that the Dutch are massively going out and enjoying their spare time with a nice trip on their bicycles. Or they leave the car at home and take their bicycle for their work commute. But how do you plan such a bike trip? Do […]

TEQnation 2019: Pieter van der Meer – Data and the Environment @ Port Of Rotterdam

Note: Please excuse us for the audio and video quality at the start of the video. Imagine that you need to create an environmental and statistical view of the largest port of Europe, Rotterdam. At your disposal is a variety of (real-time) data sources. This presentation is a walk-through on how we as a team […]

TEQnation 2019: Alexander Shopov – 700 tons of code later

Full title: Alexander Shopov – 700 tons of code later/When your IDE will not cut it you need a Spoon When your codebase is hundreds of projects in tens of thousands of different projects/modules it is very hard to do mass refactors. While IDEs are very helpful when working on several to tens of modules […]

TEQNATION 2018 The Future is Smart – Aftermovie

What a day! All the rooms were packed with an enthusiastic crowd, the conference floor generated an incredible energy that radiated all over the event and speakers were cheered as if they were world-class artists. Have you been here too and want to relive the TEQNATION feeling or unfortunately missed out and are you curious […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Bas Geerdink & Natalino Busa – Data Science in the Enterprise (ING)

Ing is a Data Driven Experimental Enterprise, which is heavily investing in big data, analytics and streaming processing. As in many other enterprises, we deal with a large variety of data sources. Some are responsible for primary processes, while others are used to improve the quality of the service and to keep internal operations going […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker James Weaver – Composing Music in the Cloud

Leveraging the power of Cloud Services, this session demonstrates how music can be analyzed and composed in real-time to augment musical performance with a futuristic instrument. This session contains an introduction to relevant cloud services, and an introduction to music theory and composition. This session also has musical demonstrations and code snippets scattered throughout. In […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Debarshi Basak & Mark Nijenhuis – Big data as we know it is the largest online retailer in the Netherlands and Belgium and is still growing at a staggering rate. For gathering business intelligence (BI) insights we have a team of twelve BI engineers. The growth of data, users and complexity have forced our team of to rethink our traditional Oracle based data warehouse structure. Currently […]

The Power of Big Data and Psychographics

In a presentation at the 2016 Concordia Summit, Mr. Alexander Nix discusses the power of big data in global elections. Cambridge Analytica’s revolutionary approach to audience targeting, data modeling, and psychographic profiling has made them a leader in behavioral microtargeting for election processes around the world.