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Chapters:

March Meetups

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

Columbus 3/1: Reflections on Trusting Trust

Seattle 3/1: PWL #41: Spectre and Meltdown

San Diego 3/1: AlphaGo: Mastering the game of Go with deep neural networks and tree search

Rio de Janeiro 3/5: PWL #8: Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System

Chattanooga 3/6: Using Vectors to Reduce Neural Net Complexity

Belfast 3/10: Book Club - 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know

Chicago 3/10: The Computational Lambda Calculus And Monads

Columbus 3/15: John Carmack Tech Talk with UMKC-SCE

Nea Ionia 3/15: Spyros Anastasopoulos on Principled Design of the Modern Web Architecture

London 3/15: Nicola Mometto on "The Kanren family of languages, a deep dive in μKanren"

Rio de Janeiro 3/19: PWL #9: Why Functional Programming Matters

Saint Louis 3/19: Beating Floating Point at its Own Game: Posit Arithmetic

Barcelona 3/21: Why the Greedy algorithm works?

Berlin 3/22: PWL Bln: The Synthesis of Complex Audio Spectra by Means of Frequency Modulation

Porto 3/22: March :: Papers We Love #02

Denver 3/22: Thomas Betts: Tidy Data by Hadley Wickham

Vienna 3/26: March: Game Theory

New York 3/28: Bonnie Eisenman on Multiphase Numerical Modeling… for Jigsaw Puzzle Generation

Arlington 3/28: Regression For Image Binarization Under Heavy Noises and Nonuniform Background

San Francisco 3/29: Cathie Yun on Bulletproofs: Short Proofs for Confidential Transactions and More

Suz Hinton on Accessible images (AIMS)

Hannes Frederic Sowa on BBR: Congestion-Based Congestion Control

David Ashby on SHA256

Camilo Aguilar on the rsync algorithm