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Announcing: Trino Summit 2021!

Greetings Trino nation,

As mentioned in last year’s Presto Summit blog, “It’s not goodbye, it’s see you later!” We may not have guessed at the time that “later” was a year and a half, but here we are. Get ready for this year’s hybrid Trino Summit event! This year’s Summit feels a little different coming back for many reasons. For one, the name of the event has changed from Presto to Trino, which means this will be the first event of the project hosted under the new banner of Trino.

New names and cute bunnies aside, this event has a lot of extra excitement as we ring in the first hybrid in-person and virtual Trino event held since the beginning of the pandemic! We’re really looking forward to talking in front of a live audience with the high fives, hugs, and hand shakes we’ve all missed for over a year.

This year's Summit is hosted by Starburst at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, CA on October 13th. We’d originally set the date on September 15th but later realized that this was conflicting with Yom Kippur. While making these updates, it became clear that we could include more people with a hybrid format. If you've already registered, we'll reach out to you with updated information and attendance options. If you haven’t registered yet, register here. If you plan to attend in person, for safety purposes, you need to upload a copy of your vaccine card.  If you haven’t received your vaccine but plan to receive your final dose two weeks before the date of the conference then you can send us an email at events@starburst.io.

Get excited for our great lineup of speakers, panels, and presentations! We're always on the lookout for speakers who are excited to share their Trino experiences. Check out the call for papers to learn more about how to submit your talk and share your experience with fellow Trino lovers!

We look forward to seeing you there or seeing you online!

Brian Olsen

Brian is a U.S. Marine turned software engineer and developer advocate working to foster the open-source Presto community. Brian spent four years as a data engineer at a cybersecurity company working on pipeline maintenance and query optimization. While in this role, Brian was responsible for maintaining data pipelines and migrations to include replacing some legacy data warehousing systems to use open-source Presto. Brian is a published author in ACM and IEEE geospatial database conferences.

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