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Join the NYC Meetup Group !

Danny_Lee
Contributor III

Hi all,

I see this group's messages get a lot of views 6k+ but doesn't have a lot of members 60+.  Would love to see it grow and meetup.  FYI the Databricks team implemented a meetup in NYC, near Union Square at the Sigma offices in the Zero Irving building.

 

Join up here - https://www.meetup.com/databricks-community-meetup-nyc/

Personally, I work with databricks on periphery - we pull data from the SQL warehouse endpoints and the enterprise is slowly moving data there.  Would love to learn what others are doing with legacy-to-cloud/Databricks migrations.  Legacy data landscapes appears to be an area that has a long way to go to implement a lot of the tools and technologies in cloud--esp. around ML/AI.  Or, perhaps, this is more relegated to the Insurance/Finance sectors? 

Any thoughts?  Comments? 

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Kaniz
Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi @Danny_Lee, Thank you for sharing about the Databricks community meetup in NYC! It's great to see such active engagement, with your group getting over 6k views despite having around 60 members.

Your interest in learning about others’ experiences with legacy-to-cloud/Databricks migrations is shared by many, as this area is indeed evolving rapidly, especially regarding ML/AI adoption.

Your post highlights a crucial point about legacy data landscapes and the challenges they face in implementing cloud-based tools and technologies. While this challenge is prevalent across industries, including Insurance/Finance, it's encouraging to see communities like ours actively discussing and addressing these issues.

I encourage you to continue sharing your insights and questions with the community. Your contributions are valuable in fostering knowledge exchange and driving the growth of our community. If you have any specific topics or questions you'd like to explore further, feel free to share them here.

Looking forward to your continued engagement and the growth of our community!