May Meetups

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

Toronto 5/6: Paul Osman on CRDTs Commutative Replicated Data Types

Amsterdam 5/12: Spanner: Google's GloballyDistributed Database

Chicago 5/12: An Empirical Study of the Naive Bayes Classifier

Addison 5/13: Scrum Metrics for Hyperproductive Teams: How They Fly like Fighter Aircraft

Seattle 5/14: : The LCA Problem Revisited

Saint Louis 5/18: The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis (Turing)

London 5/20: Oliver Charles on "Kleisli Arrows of Outrageous Fortune"

Berlin 5/21: Programming concepts pioneered by McCarthy's paper on Lisp

Winnipeg 5/21: The Bargaining Problem

San Francisco 5/21: Devon O'Dell Nonblocking Algorithms & Scalable Multicore Programming

Montreal 5/25: JohnsonLindenstrauss Lemma

New York 5/26: Samy Al Bahra on Making Lockless Synchronization Fast

Los Angeles 5/27: Mark Masse on Architectural Styles and the Design of Networkbased Software

The New York Chapter would like to give special thanks to our Platinum sponsor TwoSigma. We would like to give additional thanks to The Ladders and Tumblr and for providing food/refreshments and facilities for the May meetup.