May Meetups

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

Chattanooga 5/1: Improving predictions of hydrological low-flow indices using machine learning

Seattle 5/3: PWL #43: Paxos from the ground up

San Diego 5/3: A Categorical Theory of Patches

Rio de Janeiro 5/7: PWL #12: Is there a need for fuzzy logic?

Columbus 5/10: Software Design X-Rays: Fix Technical Debt with Behavioral Code Analysis

New York 5/14: Ben Linsay on HyperLogLog & a PWLMini by Sandy Vanderbleek

Vienna 5/16: May: Immutability Changes Everything!

London 5/17: Ron Pressler: On the Nature of Abstraction

cambridge 5/17: Niko Matsakis on Lambda Prolog

Belfast 5/19: Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Chapters I&II

Rio de Janeiro 5/21: PWL #13: Training Very Deep Networks

Saint Louis 5/21: Deep Forest: Towards An Alternative to Deep Neural Networks

Madrid 5/22: A tutorial on the universality and expressiveness of fold

Braga 5/23: PWL #04 :: Knee Deep Into P2P

Montréal 5/23: "OMeta: An Object-Oriented Language for Pattern-Matching"

Fairfax 5/23: Parallel Computing and Political Redistricting

Columbus 5/24: Software Design X-Rays: Fix Technical Debt with Behavioral Code Analysis

Amsterdam 5/24: Resilient Distributed Datasets

Chicago 5/24: Module Systems

Denver 5/24: Brian Davis: The Hallmarks of Cancer by Hanahan and Weinberg

San Francisco 5/31: Scott Vokes on An Efficient Context-Free Parsing Algorithm


The New York Chapter would like to give special thanks to our Platinum sponsor TwoSigma. Join us in St. Louis for PWLConf 2017!