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Chapters:

David Nolen on Parsing With Derivatives

Félix López on Epidemic Broadcast Trees

September Meetups

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

Pune 9/2: Cross Post: Startup Weekend Pune Powered by Google for Entrepreneurs

Chattanooga 9/6: Physical impossibility of consensus of death in the mind of someone faulty

Boston 9/8: Jonathan Schuster on Programmatic and Direct Manipulation, Together at Last

Seattle 9/8: : A New Implementation Technique for Applicative Languages

Madrid 9/14: Causality is simple

Vienna 9/19: Learning to Forget: Continual Prediction with LSTM

Utrecht 9/19: Meetup : TLA+ a specification language for concurrent and distributed systems

Saint Louis 9/19: RAPPOR: Randomized Aggregatable PrivacyPreserving Ordinal Response

Montréal 9/21: Dynamic Time Warping

94107 9/22: Tony Arcieri on A Protocol for Interledger Payments

Arlington 9/28: PwL Conf Recap

Winnipeg 9/28: The Moral Character of Cryptographic Work

Portland 9/28: Lisa Orr on "Top algorithms in data mining"

Los Angeles 9/28: Jim Benvenuto on EPITAXIS

New York 9/29: Elizabeth Ramirez on A New Approach to Linear Filtering and Prediction Problems

Deniz Altinbüken on Chain Replication (old and new) & Wes Chow (Mini) on Tiered Replication

August Meetups

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

Chattanooga 8/2: Brent Spell on Computing Extremely Accurate Quantiles Using tDigests

Toronto 8/3: Duffy O'Craven on The World's Fastest Scrabble Program

Vienna 8/8: Machine Learning with Google Tensorflow

Seattle 8/11: : Tango: Distributed Data Structures over a Shared Log

Pune 8/13: Doo Meeting & Introduction to RPA (Robotic Process Automation)

Saint Louis 8/15: No Silver Bullet—Essence and Accident in Software Engineering

San Francisco 8/18: Armon Dadgar on Vivaldi: Decentralized Network Coordinate System

New York 8/24: David Nolen on Parsing With Derivatives

Fairfax 8/24: Programming as Theory Building

Montréal 8/25: Nanopass Compiler Framework

Portland 8/25: Brian Shirai on "Immix: A MarkRegion Garbage Collector"

Pune 8/28: Cross Post: Loose Emotions (An audio-visual on what loose emotions can lead to)

Los Angeles 8/31: Lightning Talks