We run free workshops every Thursday and I’d like to give you an example of what we cover. I’m going to use ‘Configuring Streams with CSDL in the API’ as an example, but don’t be put off if you’re a novice. We have workshops that cover the absolute fundamentals of the platform right up to advanced workshops covering complex destinations and filter optimization. The Workshop All workshops are delivered remotely by an experienced DataSift instructor….continue reading »
With any new platform or service, it can be hard to know where to start. We have hundreds of pages of documentation, but sometimes you just want someone to explain it to you. That’s why we run free workshops every week where you can be led through everything from the platform basics to some of the more advanced features. Each workshop is hosted by an experienced DataSift instructor and provides the opportunity for you to…continue reading »
Last month we announced an exciting partnership with Alteryx. Together, we provide an intuitive way for the millions of analysts to blend social data with other data sources for advanced analytics that deliver deeper business insights.continue reading »
From June 3-5, DataSift will be joining 17,000 SAP customers in Orlando, Florida for SAP SAPPHIRE NOW + ASUG Annual conference. As the world’s only independent provider of social data, DataSift will be there to spread the word about how social data can provide leading indicators in critical business processes.continue reading »
The literati of yore met in the salons of France, but from March 7-11, Austin’s SXSW was once again a new-world epicenter of cultural and intellectual zeitgeist. This year’s gathering was brought to you by the letter B, for brain trust, BBQ and ball (we had one!) DataSift co-sponsored several shindigs this year, from summits and panels to networking events. A recurring theme was a move towards better understanding customers in order to engage on…continue reading »
The place to be next week? SXSW Interactive of course. While it has become fashionable to complain that the conference is too big, too crowded and just too much, the truth is that everyone in the social economy will descend on Austin this week to kick off the 21st SXSW conference. I am excited to join the team from DataSift to spend a few days talking digital and social—and eating BBQ. With a dynamic lineup of…continue reading »
We’ve all heard that a picture is worth 1,000 words. After seeing some of the visualization projects that our data science team has been working on in anticipation of today’s announcements regarding managed data sources and our Tableau partnership, I can confirm that the old adage holds true. One of the projects that I thought demonstrated the true power of social data analysis and visualization explored the connection between Facebook Pages, Instagram and the release of some of this year’s biggest movies.continue reading »
We’re excited to announce that DataSift and Tableau have teamed up with LeWeb to bring real-time social analytics to LeWeb London ’13, providing a unique insight into the global social conversations around Europe’s must-attend event for technology entrepreneurs and innovators. Taking place on June 5th & 6th, this year’s LeWeb London brings together thousands of tech innovators to discuss the Social and Sharing Economy both as attendees and for people watching the live stream at…continue reading »
Here at DataSift, we live and breathe all things social data. We are constantly amazed by the pioneers who are manipulating that data in extraordinary ways that promote innovations we never thought possible and get especially excited about those who use big data for the greater good of humanity.
That’s why we enjoyed our interview with Jake Porway, Founder and Executive Director of DataKind, a non-profit organization that brings together data scientists and social organizations to correlate big data and provide solutions about global social issues.
Check out our latest Infographic: Whether you were first in line at the mall by 8pm on Thanksgiving day, avoided the crowds with a CyberMonday online shopping spree or just spent a quiet weekend checking your Twitter and Facebook feeds, Black Friday deals were probably an inescapable part of your holiday weekend.continue reading »