- 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 September across a number of our chapters:
Vienna 9/2: September: The ϕ Accrual Failure Detector
Seattle 9/5: PWL #56: Special Relativity
Columbus 9/12: The Phoenix Project
San Francisco 9/19: Jana Iyengar on "The death of an end-to-end internet (and a way forward)"
Berlin 9/25: Under the spell of Leibniz's Dream
Fairfax 9/25: Papers We Love Monthly Meeting — The Rendering Equation
Columbus 9/26: The Phoenix Project
We have another great line-up of meet-ups scheduled for August across a number of our chapters:
Columbus 8/1: "Site Reliability Engineering"
San Diego 8/1: Git Data Structure Design
New York 8/19: Lightning Round!
Denver 8/20: TBD, but probably an awesome paper :-)
San Francisco 8/22: Jessie Frazelle on A Tale of Two Papers
Columbus 8/29: Quantum Computing in the NISQ era and beyond
We have another great line-up of meet-ups scheduled for July across a number of our chapters:
Chattanooga 7/2: Chris Keathley on In Search of an Understandable Consensus Algorithm
San Diego 7/3: Dataflow Programming
London 7/14: CurryOn/PWL Special Event
Saint Louis 7/15: MiniMax as applied to Artificial Intelligence
Denver 7/16: TBD, but probably an awesome paper :-)
Columbus 7/18: "Site Reliability Engineering"
We have another great line-up of meet-ups scheduled for June across a number of our chapters:
Chattanooga 6/4: Will Rice on Self-Driving Cars: A Survey
Columbus 6/6: "Site Reliability Engineering"
Seattle 6/6: PWL #54: Prime Factorization on Quantum Computers
San Diego 6/6: Real-time Beat Tracking
Saint Louis 6/17: Incentivizing Honest feedback
Fairfax 6/26: Automated Code Generation Targeting GPUs
New York 6/27: Elizabeth Ramirez on Transition Matrix Estimation
We have another great line-up of meet-ups scheduled for May across a number of our chapters:
Seattle 5/2: PWL #53: Toxic Workers
San Diego 5/2: How to Share a Secret
Chattanooga 5/7: Neil Menne on HyParView
Columbus 5/9: "Site Reliability Engineering"
Saint Louis 5/20: On the Philosophy of Development Through Positive Disintegration…
Fairfax 5/22: Papers We Love Monthly Meeting
Columbus 5/23: "Site Reliability Engineering"
Berlin 5/27: Merkle-CRDTs
Vienna 5/27: May: I/O Is Faster Than the CPU
New York 5/28: John Langford on Real World Reinforcement Learning