A one stop shop to help you take advantage of everything Summit has to offer, whether you’re attending in-person or online.
This guide will be continually updated as more activities and plans are finalized between now and the hybrid conference in November.
In the run up to Summit we will be reviewing the latest public health and safety provisions and guidance on event entry requirements.
In order to ensure everyone’s safety at the event, all attendees will be required to comply with all current health and safety provisions (at the time of the event, Nov 15-18), including those required under the King County Health Order, and the CDC provisions relating to the Covid pandemic and any other provisions implemented by Redgate at its discretion.
We have also been working closely with Visit Seattle in our planning for Summit and they have been collaborating with leaders and law enforcement in Seattle.
We will continue to follow Visit Seattle's guidance and keep attendees informed of any relevant updates as we receive them. For more information on travelling tips and local safety, download Visit Seattle's Safety & Security Tips.
With so many sessions and events taking place over 3 days, it’s important to plan out your conference week and build your schedule ahead of time.
Tell colleagues you won’t be available and disconnect from work emails and messaging apps during your week at Summit. This will help you fully immerse yourself in the week without any distractions.
This is your chance to follow-up directly with speakers during live Q&As, meet experienced data pros facing the same challenges you are, and connect with data platform experts and engineers to get immediate answers.
Whether you bump into someone in the hallways, or in the online SpatialChat Community Zone, the people you meet throughout the conference can lead to life-long connections that help you overcome challenges and unlock new career opportunities.
Sponsors are there to help you learn about the products and solutions that can improve your performance. Take some time to visit our sponsor booths, share details about your business, ask questions, watch demos, and learn more about the latest technologies.
Join the conversation on Twitter and share your experience with the community by posting throughout the week using the hashtag #PASSDataCommunitySummit.
You can brush up your knowledge and revisit content post-event by purchasing access to recorded sessions for up to 12 months.
Stay in touch with the contacts you made during the event, you never know when they can help you overcome a challenge or find your next job.
There will be lots of amazing community events (including SQLKaraoke, Kilt Day and much more), meet-ups , and prizes throughout the conference.
So get involved and have fun!
Summit has a long history in the Washington State Convention Center (now called the Seattle Convention Center) and we’re excited to host our first hybrid event in the place it all began.
In-person attendees will have full access to both in-person and online sessions during the Summit week. There will be two onsite session rooms where in-person attendees can watch and participate in the online live stream sessions, as well as early access to on-demand sessions that will have a live Q&A during the week of Summit.
You’ll also have the opportunity to network around the clock with other attendees in an immersive online space. The Summit 2022 Community Zone will be powered by SpatialChat, an innovative platform designed to enable online, casual networking that feels as if you’re in the same room as other online attendees.
Online attendees will have access to all online and on-demand content, as well as any in-person live streamed sessions and keynotes – and will have post-Summit access for three months for free so as to access the in-person recorded sessions that were not available during the week of Summit.