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Refreshing at the lakehouse summer camp

Summer is just around the corner, and we are busy getting ready for Trino Fest 2023. Everything is ramping up. Early birds are starting to register, and so should you. Our Trino Fest theme song is available for your listening pleasure, and we are reviewing speaker submissions. The festival is promising to be another great event to learn about lakehouse use cases with Trino, but we are also featuring some great presentations for querying data with Trino. And of course, we are still looking for more presenters, so don’t hesitate and submit your proposal.

Before you dive into the technical details of our upcoming conference, lean back and listen to our theme song. Hopefully you are feeling the summer vibe coming your way already.

Our event host Starburst is again helping us ensure that Trino Fest is a venue for Trino beginners and experts to meet, exchange ideas, and learn from each other. One of the Starburst engineers, Jan Waś, is scheduled to present about his amazingly low-effort setup to use Trino for data analysis and report generation.

Getting closer to the theme of the event “Lakehouse summer camp”, we are planning to have sessions about Iceberg, Delta Lake, and Hudi usage with Trino. Learn about the latest developments from these projects and practical tips and tricks from the user community.

In the keynote, Martin Traverso will speak about the many new features that arrived in Trino since Trino Summit last year. This includes the new Apache Ignite connector we talked about in the Trino Community Broadcast episode 46. At Trino Fest we are going to share some more exciting news about new connectors and integrations for Trino. Specifically on the client tooling side you can expect some great demos and news from the Python community.

So what are you waiting for? It’s time to register for the event. And if you think you also want to share your knowledge and usage of Trino, submit a speaker proposal.

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In either case, as your hosts and guides through the two half days, we look forward to have you at the event.

Manfred and Cole