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Chapters:

John Allspaw on Common Ground and Coordination in Joint Activity

Paul Snively on Propositions as Types

June Meetups

We have another great line-up of meet-ups scheduled for June across a number of our chapters:

Toronto 6/1: James MacAulay on Peter Landin's The Mechanical Evaluation of Expressions

London 6/7: Philip Wadler Definitional Interpreters for Higher-Order Programming Languages

Chattanooga 6/7: Neil Menne on Building Robust Systems

Seattle 6/9: : Liquid Haskell / PayWord and Micromint

New York 6/14: QCon NYC Edition w/ Evelina, Eric, Ines, & Caitie

Boston 6/16: Steve Willis on Xerox Network Systems (XNS)

Vienna 6/20: Apache Kafka

Saint Louis 6/20: What Makes Paris Look Like Paris?

Montréal 6/22: A Streaming Algorithm for the Convex Hull

Bucharest 6/23: June Meetup

San Francisco 6/23: Kiran Bhattaram on A Mathematical Theory of Communication

Portland 6/28: Caitie McCaffrey on "Detection of Mutual Inconsistency in Distributed Systems"

Los Angeles 6/29: Mike Matuzak on On Criteria To Be Used in Decomposing Systems into Modules

Ripollés & Soberón on Building Program Vector Representations for Deep Learning

Andrew Louis on The Memex and designing the Internet before digital computers