DuckCon #3 in San Francisco
We are excited to hold our first “DuckCon” DuckDB user group meeting outside of Europe in San Francisco. The meeting will take place in the afternoon of June 29th. The meeting will be held at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), in the Phyllis Wattis Theater.
In DuckCon #3, we (again) have a talk from DuckDB creators Hannes Mühleisen and Mark Raasveldt about the current state of DuckDB and future plans. Side note: Hannes will also speak at the Data + AI Summit earlier that day.
In addition, we will have several lightning talks from DuckDB users.
|Welcome to DuckCon! – Setting Up
|State of the Duck
|‘Data is Rectangular’ and Other Common Misconceptions
|DuckDBT: Not a database or a dbt adapter but a secret third thing
|Watershed: Get to zero carbon, fast
|Building a SQL editor around “fast”
|KalDB: Log analytics with DuckDB
|Pandas on DuckDBWith Ponder
|Bringing AI to DuckDB with Lance columnar format for multi-modal AI
|End of DuckCon
|From 6 PM
|MotherDuck Party, see below
We will have a 20-minute slot for five-minute lightning talks, where our users are invited to show and tell anything DuckDB-related. Please submit your lightning talk proposal in the pre-registration form below.
Following DuckCon, MotherDuck will host a party celebrating ducks at 111 Minna (located very close to SFMOMA). DuckCon attendees are cordially invited to attend to eat, drink, and play games. MotherDuck’s Chief Duck Herder will also demo the latest work bringing DuckDB to the cloud. Please note that you will have to separately register for the MotherDuck event.