Data Science in the New Fabric Era

 
English Intermediate Other

In this session, we will explore the power of Microsoft's Fabric in Data Science applications. Fabric provides a scalable and efficient framework for processing and analyzing large volumes of data. We will walk through the key features and capabilities of Fabric, such as its distributed computing capabilities, seamless integration with popular data science tools, and real-time data processing capabilities. Join us to learn how Fabric can revolutionize your data science workflows and unlock valuable insights from your data.

Speaker

Vangeli Misirlis

Cloud Solution Architect (AI and Advanced Analytics)

Originally from Thessaloniki, I fulfil my passion in Chubb as a Cloud Solution Architect. A wide variety of professional interests including Business Intelligence, Machine Learning, Business Analytics, Psychology, and Entrepreneurship capture my attention. I am passionate about software engineering, problem-solving and in tune with people around me. I strongly believe that combining both technical and social skills any demanding and challenging project can be tackled. In my free time, I am an application developer, a mountain climber, and a sailor. Currently live in Athens, Greece.

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