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KichijojiKaigi #14 - How to use data to detect fraudulent orders

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 19:00 - 22:00

Degica Lounge 6F

ICHIGO Kichijoji BLD. 6F, 2-5-10 Kichijoji-Hon-Cho, Musashino-Shi, Tokyo, Japan 180-0004

かじひろ Jim Tittsler Sergio Arcos Richard Ramsden + 4 more participants
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Free admission
Free pizza and drinks will be served

This will be the 14th Kichijoji Kaigi meetup, please join us!

Event Details

Doors Open (19:00)

How to use data to detect fraudulent orders (19:30 ~ 20:00) by Jason Sio

With big data, comes a great wealth of information that we can extract to better help us understand the behavior of fraudulent online transactions. In this event, I hope to highlight and share my experience on how my company uses data to solve this fast growing problem.

Jason Sio is developing Beacon App, a fraud detection app for Shopify.

Lightning Talks (20:00 ~ 20:30)

@rramsden on Weird things in Ruby

Please contact us on Gitter if you would like to speak!

Networking 懇親会 (20:30 ~ 22:00)

Free time to network with other guests

Location

We have moved the meetup to the Degica office on the 6th floor of the Ichigo building on Kichijoji street, 10 minutes from Kichijoji station, with lots of space and a great view! See the Degica website for more info on how to get here.

Free pizza and beer will be served! 🍕🍺

Post any questions/ideas/etc. to the KichijojiKaigi Gitter room.

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Monthly gatherings in Kichijoji, Tokyo, to discuss technology and anything else remotely programming/technology related.

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