Data Community Conference


November 14, 2023 
from 9 am to 5.30 pm

in Bern, Welle 7

12 sessions, 2 keynotes
coffee breaks, lunch, apéro

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Data Platforms & Data Infrastructure


It is sometimes challenging to make the right choices to get the most out of data. The options are numerous and the choice becomes even more complex in a context of fast-paced development and innovation. This event aims to provide a neutral and up-to-date view on various technologies and topics around data platforms and infrastructure. It is also an opportunity to bring the data community together as we are convinced that extended networks and group synergies have a great role to play in this field.


Highlights 2022

Highlights of the Data Community Conference’s first edition.


The field of data deals with many current challenges... and there are more to come!


For this first edition, we have decided to focus on the following topics:


About us


We believe that data is best understood and managed when knowledge and experience are shared. The Data Community Conference is born from that belief.  We aim at fostering synergies and inspiring the community around data platforms and infrastructures. Because Data rules! 


The event is powered by Sequotech.




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Let's gather in Bern!

Location & premises

The premises of Welle 7 are located right next to Bern's main train station. Participants of the event can either travel by public transport or by car.

By train: 2-minute walk from the station

By car: 2-minute walk from the SBB main train station parking lot



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