Announcing the 2013 Quantified Self Europe Conference Program

May 7, 2013

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We are only a few short days away from the Quantified Self Europe 2013. These past few months have been a whirlwind of planning and organizing for all of us at QS Labs. This conference is programmed as a “carefully curated unconference.” That means that all of our sessions come from the conference attendees. We are happy to announce that we have more than 90 separate talks and discussions planned. This means that more than 30% of the attendees will be presenting in some way!

Feel free to browse our schedule and breakout sessions  or download a copy of the full program[pdf]. We’ll be posting videos and notes from the conference in the coming weeks so make sure to check back here!

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