rstudio::conf2018 recording: www.rstudio.com/resources/videos/how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-the-firewall/
rstudio::conf2018 summary (Paul van der Laken): paulvanderlaken.com/2018/02/08/rstudioconf-2018-summary
rstudio::conf2018 (John David Smith): goo.gl/rGfqip
rstudio::conf2018 (Colby Ford): www.blue-granite.com/blog/rstudio-conference-2018-recap
rstudio::conf2018 (Methods Consultants blog): blog.methodsconsultants.com/posts/highlights-from-rstudio-conf-2018/
Ian Lyttle is a data scientist at Schneider Electric. His background is mechanical engineering, with an emphasis on computational fluid-dynamics. He started using R in 2011 and quickly became an enthusiast for what is now the Tidyverse. He is the author of packages vembedr,
ghentr, as well as a contributor to Tidyverse, R-Lib, and other packages and projects. He also participates with the Graphics Working Group at the Iowa State University Department of Statistics. He finds that the sense of community fostered within the Iowa State group, as well as within R groups worldwide, adds tremendously to his professional life.
Eric Nantz is a principal research scientist at a large life sciences company, creating innovative analytical pipelines and capabilities supporting study designs and analyses. Outside of his day job, Eric is passionate about connecting with the R community as the creator/host of the R-Podcast, Shiny Developer Series, and a curator / podcast host for the R Weekly project. Plus, he likes to share his adventures with R and general computing on Twitch livestreams at twitch.tv/rpodcast.