Peter Zadrozny of Opallios to Speak at the Palo Alto Data Science Association Meet-up
Santa Clara, CA – February 27, 2014 – Opallios, a company specializing in big data and cloud solutions, today announced that Peter Zadrozny, CTO and Founder of Opallios, will be speaking at the Palo Alto Data Science Association Meet-up to be held on March 6th, 2014 in Menlo Park, CA.
Mr. Zadrozny will be speaking about his experiences with projects that involve the use of sentiment analysis algorithms. He will walk through the phases of data acquisition, preparation, how to get good training data, what elements impact a Naïve Bayes model, and how Splunk was instrumental as a key tool in solving big data problems.
The Palo Alto Data Science Association (PADSA) Meet-up group was founded November 2013 and has grown to over 400 data scientists, engineers, and technologists. Drawing primarily from the expertise of members, topics lean toward live demos, real world applications, and innovative approaches to solving data science challenges.
Opallios specializes in outsourced product development, embracing emerging technologies in data and analytics to offer an unparalleled and innovative value proposition. From strategy through to implementation, Opallios follows a unique operational model to leverage the best talent pool across the world, deploying the latest viable technologies while maintaining focus on high quality and efficient total cost of ownership.
For more information on the Palo Alto Data Science Association visit www.meetup.com/Palo-Alto-Data-Science-Association
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