Back to Eyeo!

Managed to register for Eyeo 2013 in the nick of time today. Last year took 8 hours to fill the 500 spots; this year was measured in minutes! I registered 15 minutes after the opening bell, and found myself on a waiting list. Fortunately, an hour later I received the email saying I was in, so it’s off to Minneapolis again this June.

This year’s lineup looks even better from my perspective, with a number of excellent holdovers from last year, plus great new talent like Mike Bostock of Protovis and d3 fame, Scott Murray, and a host of others. Last year was great fun coupled with multiple learning opportunities, and look forward to more of the same this year.

I’ll have much more to say about Eyeo in the weeks and months to come, and will undoubtedly use it to help drive me to complete a few clever projects between now and June.

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Ken Cherven is the Founder and Curator of the website. He loves to merge baseball data with all sorts of visualization methods - charts, network graphs, maps, etc. to provide greater insight into underlying data patterns. Ken also authors books about baseball and visualization, and loves to listen to jazz while drinking some wine, craft beer, or bourbon.