July Meetups

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

Vienna 7/4: Clustering of time series is meaningless

Chattanooga 7/5: Lang Martin on Subtyping, Subclassing, and Trouble with OOP

Toronto 7/6: Suhail Shergill on Semantics of Probabilistic Programs

Seattle 7/14: : The Art of the Propagator

San Francisco 7/14: Paul Borrill on Time clocks and the reordering of events

Saint Louis 7/18: Arrow's Impossibility Theorem

Montréal 7/20: MultipleScattering Microfacet BSDFs with the Smith Model

Munich 7/27: An Introduction to Statistical Relational Learning (SRL)

London 7/27: Tom Hall on Plank's "A Tutorial on ReedSolomon Coding for Fault-Tolerance…"

New York 7/27: Deniz Altınbüken on Chain Replication (old and new) & a Mini with Wes Chow

Portland 7/27: Seth Pellegrino on "In Search of an Understandable Consensus Algorithm" (Raft)

Los Angeles 7/27: Sam Lecuyer on GOTO (Considered Harmful)+

Boston 7/28: Tim Riser on Mastering the Game of Go with Deep Neural Networks & Tree Search

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 July meetup.