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From "Till Westmann" <ti...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [Dbworld] BOSS 2017: Call for Tutorials
Date Wed, 03 May 2017 05:27:29 GMT
I like the idea. Last time we were still teaching AQL, this seems to be 
a
good opportunity to discuss SQL++ with the VLDB community.

Cheers,
Till

On 2 May 2017, at 21:22, Michael Carey wrote:

> Time for us to put together a proposal to do an AsterixDB tutorial 
> adjacent to VLDB in Munich, if we want to! (Which I think we 
> should...)
>
>
>
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject: 	[Dbworld] BOSS 2017: Call for Tutorials
> Date: 	Tue, 02 May 2017 15:13:53 -0500
> From: 	Tyson Condie <tcondie@cs.ucla.edu>
> Reply-To: 	dbworld_owner@yahoo.com
> To: 	dbworld@cs.wisc.edu
>
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>     ***** 3rd Workshop on Big Data Open Source Systems *****
> 	              *** Call for Proposals ***
>                  http://boss.dima.tu-berlin.de
>
>                    *** September 1, 2017 ***
>                     *** Munich, Germany ***
> 	       *** held in conjunction with VLDB 2017 ***
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> The Third Workshop on Big Data Open Source Systems (BOSS'17) at
> this year's VLDB will give a deep-dive introduction into several
> active, publicly available, open-source systems. The systems
> will be presented in hands-on tutorials by experts and
> developers. The tutorials will give details on installation,
> loading data, running specific workloads, and non-trivial
> example usages. To this end, the participants will get hands on
> experience to perform all the operations themselves. A large
> variety of systems participated in the previous instances of the
> workshop (Apache AsterixDB, Apache Flink, Apache Reef, Apache
> Singa, Apache Spark, Apache SystemML, Gobblin, HopsFS & ePipe,
> Padres, rasdaman, Rheem, SciDB).
>
> There will be an *open call for tutorials* and a *public vote on
> the proposed tutorials*.
>
> The workshop follows a novel massively parallel format. After a
> joint introduction, multiple parallel tutorial sessions are held.
> Each tutorial is 2 hours in length and will be repeated so that
> participants can attend two tutorials.
>
>
> ---------------
> Call for Tutorials
> ---------------
>
> *Important date: Open until May 15.*
>
> In order to propose a tutorial, please email a short abstract
> with a brief description of the system, an outline of the
> planned tutorial, the technology used for the hands on tutorial,
> a list of presenters involved, and a link to the website of
> your system to
> boss@dima.tu-berlin.de
>
> Public vote: will be open for two weeks until June 15.
> Accepted presenters: will be notified by June 30.
>
>
> -------------------------------
> Selection Process for Tutorials
> -------------------------------
>
> After a sanity check on the submissions making sure that they
> are complete and relevant (i.e., they are open source, publicly
> available, and big data related), the workshop will use an *open
> voting process* similar to the Hadoop Summit. Thereby we will
> ensure that the tutorials that are most interesting to a broad
> audience will be chosen, and that they will be attended by many
> people.
>
> 	
>
> Workshop Chair:
>     Tyson Condie, UCLA, tcondie@cs.ucla.edu
>     Tilmann Rabl, TU Berlin, rabl@tu-berlin.de
> Advisory Committee:
>     Michael Carey, UC Irvine
>     Volker Markl, TU Berlin
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