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Chapters:

Wil Yegelwel on The Rendering Equation

January Meetups

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

Seattle 1/5: : New Directions in Cryptography

San Diego 1/5: Discussion Group: Reflections on Trusting Trust

Chattanooga 1/10: Josh Marlow on A Basic Agent

Durham 1/12: Learn how to read an Academic/Scientific paper

Vienna 1/16: Parsing with Derivatives

San Francisco 1/19: Caitie McCaffrey on "Distributed Programming in Argus"

Bangalore 1/21: CRDT: Conflictfree replicated data types

Gothenburg 1/25: Use of Formal Methods at Amazon Web Services by Nachi

Montréal 1/25: ConvolutionBased Interpolation for Fast, High-Quality Rotation of Images

Falls Church 1/25: Parallel computation with molecularmotor-propelled agents (…)

Winnipeg 1/25: Our Last Event via Meetup and a New Location

Portland 1/25: Carl Lerche on "A comprehensive study of CRDTs"

Bucharest 1/27: January Meetup

Olivette 1/30: The mechanical evaluation of expressions

December Meetups

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

Seattle 12/1: : Boruta && Maglev

Chattanooga 12/6: Josh Ziegler on Abductive Understanding of Dialogues…

cambridge 12/7: You are not expected to understand this Arun Thomas on Unix Process Switching

Toronto 12/7: David Kua on The Weakest Failure Detector for Solving Consensus

Bangalore 12/10: Rsync and CAP

Utrecht 12/12: QuickCheck: a lightweight tool for random testing Haskell programs

San Francisco 12/15: Peter Alvaro on "Causes and Explanations: A StructuralModel Approach"

Bucharest 12/16: December Meetup

Fairfax 12/21: : Holiday Edition ☃️

November Meetups

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

Utrecht 11/1: A Critique of ANSI SQL Isolation Levels

Chattanooga 11/1: Neil Menne on CQRS

Bucharest 11/3: November Meetup

Seattle 11/3: : Flexible Paxos

Pune 11/6: IISER Post: thesmallx A Mad Tea Party (Talks by Seven Eminent Speakers)

San Francisco 11/9: Diego Ongaro on The criteria to be used in decomposing systems into modules

Portland 11/16: Jeena Lee on "A DNABased Archival Storage System"

Vienna 11/21: MapReduce

Olivette 11/21: Kinetic model of apple juice enzymatic browning…

Winnipeg 11/22: Bitcoin: A Peerto-Peer Electronic Cash System

Montréal 11/23: Hashed and Hierarchical Timing Wheels

Reston 11/23: Combinatorics and Computing Power

New York 11/29: Wil Yegelwel on "The Rendering Equation"

Elizabeth Ramirez on A New Approach to Linear Filtering and Prediction Problems