- New York
- San Francisco
- St. Louis
- Washington, DC
- San Diego
- Los Angeles
- Rio de Janeiro
- Buenos Aires
- Kansas City
We have another great line-up of meet-ups scheduled for February across a number of our chapters:
Seattle 2/4: PWL #COVID - Virtual Consensus in Delos
Chattanooga 2/9: Lang Martin on Molly (Lineage-driven Fault Injection)
San Francisco 2/18: Natalie Telis on "College Admissions and the Stability of Marriage"
We have another great line-up of meet-ups scheduled for January across a number of our chapters:
San Francisco 1/21: Aaron D Goldman on "Hashed and Hierarchical Timing Wheels"
We have another great line-up of meet-ups scheduled for December across a number of our chapters:
Chattanooga 12/8: Advent of Code (aka Language Shootout)
San Francisco 12/10: Jon Moroney on ". . . An Empirical Analysis of Email Delivery Security"
Buenos Aires 12/17: Despedida del año: charla sobre Medicina, Biología e Informática
November 18, 2020 - 17:45 EST on Twitch
Like many non-profit organizations (ourselves included) USENIX has struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Conferences made up a large part of their revenue streams, and their cancellation has deprived USENIX of operating funds. As a major source of research papers in Computer Science and Networking we'd like to help anyway we can. So we're going to try something new to help raise donations for USENIX: a streaming mini-conference.
- 17:45 EST Panel led by Adrian Colyer, with guests Ada Gavrilovska, Joe Hellerstein, Dan R. K. Ports, Justine Sherry and Hakim Weatherspoon.
- 18:35 EST Jeff Dean - The Rise of Cloud Computing Systems
- 19:30 EST Irene Zhang - The Demikernel and the Future of Kernel-Bypass Systems
This is a fund raiser so we're asking everyone who attends to make a donation to USENIX. Almost every local chapter of Papers We Love has presented a paper from USENIX over the years, so this is our chance to give back.
We have another great line-up of meet-ups scheduled for November across a number of our chapters:
Chattanooga 11/3: Joshua Ziegler on Experience Grounds Language
San Francisco 11/19: David Murray on "Time, Clocks, and the Ordering of Events"