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Chapters:

January Meetups

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

Columbus 1/4: The Architecture of Open Source Applications, Volume II

Seattle 1/4: PWL #39: Grover's Algorithm

San Diego 1/4: Monads for Functional Programming

Rio de Janeiro 1/8: PWL #4: A Dissection of the Test-Driven Development Process

Belfast 1/13: Book Club - The Mythical Man Month

Seattle 1/13: PWL #40: FLP and Bitcoin

Columbus 1/18: Architecture of Open Source Applications: Scalable Web, Firefox Releases, & git

Berlin 1/18: The Correctness-Security Gap in Compiler Optimization

London 1/18: Programming Language Design: The Missing Evidence

Bangalore 1/20: A dive into Graham Hutton's "Higher Order Functions for Parsing"

Rio de Janeiro 1/22: PWL #5: Meltdown and Spectre CPU Flaws

Vienna 1/24: January: Meltdown

Arlington 1/24: Papers We Love Monthly Meeting

Denver 1/25: Behavioral economics & bias in software design.

Clayton 1/29: Immersive OO with Pharo Smalltalk

David Ashby on SHA256

Camilo Aguilar on the rsync algorithm

December Meetups

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

Chattanooga 12/5: Challenging Neural Dialogue Models with Natural Data

New York 12/6: Camilo Aguilar on the rsync algorithm & a PWLMini by David Ashby

Fairfax 12/6: Rotational Invariance in Convolutional Neural Networks

Columbus 12/7: "Can Programming Be Liberated from the Von Neumann Style?" by John Backus

Seattle 12/7: PWL #38: LittleTable / Robust Composition

94107 12/7: Matt Adereth on Distributed black-box optimization techniques

Belfast 12/9: PWL Book Club #3 - "Category Theory For Programmers"

Toronto 12/13: #25 Diogo Biazus on Out of the Tarpit

London 12/19: Gareth Morgan on "Physically-Based Shading at Disney Animation"

Jessie Frazelle on SCONE: Secure Linux Containers with Intel SGX