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Wes Chow on Off-the-Record Communication, or, Why Not To Use PGP

September Meetups

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

Chattanooga 9/5: Noel Weichbrodt on A History of Erlang

Seattle 9/7: PWL #35: Orleans

Santa Monica 9/7: Daniel Brice - Infinite sets that admit fast exhaustive search

Bangalore 9/9: An incremental approach to compiler construction

Columbus 9/13: Papers We Love Book Club: The Dawn of Software Engineering

Zürich 9/14: Natallie Baikevich on Automatic Construction of Inlining Heuristics using ML

Olivette 9/18: Why calculating is better than scheming

Budapest 9/21: Typed Self-Evaluation via Intensional Type Functions, Brown&Palsberg -Érdi Gergő

Montréal 9/21: Simple Fast Algorithms for the Editing Distance between Trees & Related Problems

San Francisco 9/21: Dave Cohen on Hashgraph Consensus: Fair, Fast, Byzantine Fault Tolerance

Arlington 9/27: Bitcoin: A Peer to Peer Cash System

Columbus 9/28: Papers We Love Book Club: The Dawn of Software Engineering

Papers We Love - QCon NYC Edition w/ John, Matt, Charity, and Gwen

Daniel Doubrovkine on Auctions and bidding: A guide for computer scientists

Lightning Talk: Sophia Gold on An Intellectual History of Automatic Differentiation