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June Meetups

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

Rio de Janeiro 6/4: PWL #14: A Tutorial Introduction to the Lambda Calculus

Chattanooga 6/5: Neil Menne on Unsupervised Anomaly Detection via Variational Auto-Encoders

Nea Ionia 6/7: Diomidis Spinellis on Unix Architecture Evolution Milestones and Lessons Learned

Brasilia 6/7: PWL #08: Microservices: The Journey So Far and Challenges Ahead

Seattle 6/7: PWL #44: Dynamic Split Points in a Decision Tree

San Diego 6/7: Open Sound Control [1997]

Porto 6/13: PWL #05 :: Edge Bundling and Ethereum

London 6/14: Bruno Bonacci on Viewstamped Replication

Belfast 6/16: Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Part II

Rio de Janeiro 6/18: PWL #15: Your coffee shop uses cloud computing

Vienna 6/20: June: The Log-Structured Merge-Tree

Columbus 6/21: Software Design X-Rays: Fix Technical Debt with Behavioral Code Analysis

New York 6/27: PWLNYC: QCon NYC Edition w/ Carmen, Sally, and Matt

Fairfax 6/27: The Structure of Recurrent Neural Networks in Natural Language Processing

Ben Linsay on HyperLogLog

Sandy Vanderbleek on Peter Norvig's Correcting A Widespread Error in Unification Algorithms

Bonnie Eisenman on Multiphase Numerical Modeling... for Jigsaw Puzzle Generation

Scott Vokes on An Efficient Context-Free Parsing Algorithm