Dear Data/Analytics Geeks,

Brace yourself as we announce the next speaker of DPS 2017.

Join me in welcoming the Data scientist from New Zealand

Dr. Leila Etaati

Dr. Leila Etaati

Meet Dr. Leila Etaati @DPS 2017

Please join me in welcoming Dr. Leila Etaati, who will join the DataPlatformGeeks Team for the first time. 

Leila is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP, PhD, mentor, speaker, data scientist, and consultant. She is a regular speaker in all major SQL server conferences in across the globe, like SQL Rally (Denmark), Microsoft Ignite (New Zealand), SQL PASS (USA), SQL Saturdays in Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Oregon, Vienna. She has over a decade of experience working with SQL server. She was involved in many large-scale projects for big sized companies as SQL server and BI consultant. She worked in Industries such as banking, financial, power and utility & manufacturing. Leila received her Doctorate degree from the Information System Department of University of Auckland, New Zealand. She is a seasoned professional & lecturer of BI and Machine Learning courses.

Leila will be delivering a Pre-Con seminar on Advanced Analytics with R, Microsoft SQL Server, Power BI, and Azure Machine Learning at DPS 2017. Leila will also be delivering a couple of Breakout sessions, Open-Talks and Chalk-Talks at Data Platform Summit 2017.

Leila is equally excited to be part of Asia’s largest Data and Analytics conference.

What does it mean for you? This is once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn from experts

DPS 2017 has a battery of power-packed speakers for the Data and Analytics community in Asia. Keep watching this space for our next announcement!

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And I hope you have not missed the highlights from SSGAS 2016  and SSGAS 2015