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Chapters:

August Meetups

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

Arlington 8/1: A New Approach to Linear Filtering and Prediction Problems

Columbus 8/2: SoK: Eternal War in Memory

Brasilia 8/2: PWL #09: A next-generation smart contract and decentralized application platform

Seattle 8/2: PWL #46: TritanDB

San Diego 8/2: A Neural Algorithm of Artistic Style

Chattanooga 8/7: Brent Spell on New Directions in Cryptography

Philadelphia 8/9: Lou Kratz on Scaling Visual Search with Locally Optimized Product Quantization

Rio de Janeiro 8/13: PWL #18: Unsupervised Representation Learning with Deep Convolutional GANs

Denver 8/13: Comedy & tech collide! Use humor to explain complex things. +Tech Talk Karaoke.

Columbus 8/16: Lessons Learned in Implementing and Deploying Crypto Software

Belfast 8/18: Clean Architecture

Saint Louis 8/20: Chemometric Modeling of Coffee Sensory Notes through Their Chemical Signatures

Fairfax 8/22: Papers We Love Monthly Meeting

Montréal 8/23: X-splines: a spline model designed for the end-user

San Francisco 8/23: Aaron Goldman on Chord

Rio de Janeiro 8/27: PWL #19: Kafka: a Distributed Messaging System for Log Processing

Vienna 8/30: A Fast File System for UNIX

John Feminella on Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System

QCon 2018: Carmen Andoh on Communicating Sequential Processes

QCon 2018: Matt Adereth on The Mode Tree - A Tool for Visualization of Nonparametric Density Features

QCon 2018: Sally Radwan on What Does Explainable AI Really Mean?