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May Meetups

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

Chattanooga 5/2: Neil Menne on Trustworthy Online Controlled Experiments: Five Puzzling Outcomes

Vienna 5/3: Paxos Made Simple by Leslie Lamport

Seattle 5/4: PWL #31: Projectional Editors and Parsing with Derivatives

San Diego 5/4: Spanner, TrueTime & The CAP Theorem

Jall ed Dîb 5/8: Papers We Love meet up

Columbus 5/10: Papers We Love Book Club: The Manager's Path

Gothenburg 5/11: Alejandro Russo on "Two Can Keep a Secret, If One of Them Uses Haskell"

Bangalore 5/13: Scalable Component Abstractions with Manohar

Olivette 5/15: µKanren, A Minimal Functional Core for Relational Programming

Durham 5/16: Database Metatheory Asking the Big Queries

London 5/18: Renzo Borgatti on "Early Lisp History (1956 - 1959)" by Herbert Stoyan

Columbus 5/24: Papers We Love Book Club: The Manager's Path

Arlington 5/24: A Local Perspective on Community Structure in Multilayer Networks

New York 5/24: Daniel Doubrovkine on "Auctions and Bidding" & PWLMini w/ Sophia Gold

Montréal 5/25: Evaluating Collaborative Filtering Recommender Systems

94107 5/25: Ben Sigelman on Pivot Tracing

Jall ed Dîb 5/29: Papers We Love meet up

Amsterdam 5/30: Design patterns for container-based distributed systems

Portland 5/31: Gorilla: A Fast, Scalable, In-Memory Time Series Database

Seattle 5/31: PWL #32: The Styx Architecture for Distributed Systems

Kiran Bhattaram on Failure Detectors

April Meetups

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

Chattanooga 4/4: Chris Keathley on Finding Race Conditions in Erlang with QuickCheck and PULSE

Seattle 4/6: : LKRhash

San Diego 4/6: Monoids: Theme and Variations (Functional Pearl)

Bucharest 4/7: April Meetup

Durham 4/11: No Silver Bullet

Columbus 4/12: Book Club: Grokking Algorithms

New York 4/12: William Byrd on "The most beautiful program ever written" & Mini w/ A. Turley

Olivette 4/17: Papers We Hate

Columbus 4/26: Book Club: Grokking Algorithms

Amsterdam 4/26: Classic Nintendo Games are (Computationally) Hard

Santa Monica 4/26: Jim Benvenuto Why Are Organisms Different from Machines

Göteborg 4/27: Suvash on "Impossibility of Distributed Consensus with One Faulty Process"

Madrid 4/27: The Historical Development of Algebraic Geometry

Montréal 4/27: Elliptic Curve Cryptography in Practice

94107 4/27: Yifan Wu on Reactive Vega

Erich Ess on Imaging Vector Fields Using Line Integral Convolution

March Meetups

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

Columbus 3/1: Book Club: Grokking Algorithms

Montréal 3/1: Classic Nintendo Games are (Computationally) Hard

Seattle 3/2: : Gorilla: A fast, scalable, inmemory time series database

San Diego 3/2: Discussion Group: As We May Think

cambridge 3/6: Godel's Incompleteness Theorems

Chattanooga 3/7: Matt Hardwick on Unsupervised Representation Learning

Durham 3/7: QuickCheck Testing for Fun and Profit

Columbus 3/15: Book Club: Grokking Algorithms

Bucharest 3/17: March Meetup

Olivette 3/20: A HighPerformance Implementation of Bayesian Clustering

Vienna 3/21: March: Spanner, TrueTime & The CAP Theorem

Gothenburg 3/22: Kruthika on "Selfstabilizing systems in spite of distributed control"

New York 3/27: Kiran Bhattaram on Failure Detectors

Columbus 3/29: Book Club: Grokking Algorithms

Arlington 3/29: Reflections on Trusting Trust: A Discussion

Santa Monica 3/29: Elwin Martin Gravitational effects on and of vacuum decay

Madrid 3/30: Access path selection in a relational database management system

San Francisco 3/30: Tom Santero on DeepStack: ExpertLevel Artificial Intelligence in No-Limit Poker