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Registration is now open for Summit 2022

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Now’s the time to save your seat at the world’s largest hybrid conference for data platform professionals, taking place November 15-18! Join attendees from around the globe who are gathering in-person and online for a full week of world-class training, networking, and data-platform focused events. Register today to take advantage of discounted launch pricing, available for a limited time.


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Summit 2022 Call for Speakers Now Open

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Share your knowledge and insights at the world's largest gathering of data platform professionals! The PASS Data Community Summit conference is going hybrid this year, and whether you're planning to attend in-person in Seattle or online, this is your chance to reach a global audience and advance your career as a speaker. If you're an expert in a data-related topic, we want to hear from you. Speakers of all experience levels are welcome to submit a proposal and the Call for Speakers is open until March 31. Registration also opens on March 24, so don't miss your chance to register for Summit's homecoming in Seattle at early bird pricing.



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