[Chicago-talk] Reminder: Chicago.pm meeting tomorrow!
joel.a.berger at gmail.com
Thu Jul 23 17:05:18 PDT 2020
We had a fair amount of "bombing" in the original links. We have an
alternative but I'm now hesitant to post it broadly. If you'd like the new
link, please email me joel.a.berger at gmail.com and I'll send you the link.
Obviously this only applies for the next hour or so.
On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 2:27 PM David Mertens <dcmertens.perl at gmail.com>
> Hello everyone,
> Tomorrow we will have a presentation entitled *Synchronization
> Experiments with Perl*, to be given by yours truly. In the talk I will
> explain a bit about the scientific work I do and how I use Perl to run the
> experiment and analyze the data we get from it. I will also go into some
> detail about why I dislike notebook-style scientific analyses (i.e. Jupyter
> notebooks) and how I build my data analyses using modulinos, of all things.
> The second part is likely to be of interest to anybody who is involved in
> data science. Although I implement my analyses using Perl, the basic
> approach can be used in any language.
> *Social gathering*
> The Perl Mongers originally started as a social space, not a technical
> space. In that spirit, we have a time and venue to get together and chat
> before and after the official talk of the meeting.
> - Location: https://gather.town/HAWHVP3b6eywWEV3/chicago.pm
> - Time: 6:15pm-6:30pm, and then after the talk is over
> *Formal Talk*
> If you just want to come for the formal talk, that'll be held on Google
> - Location: https://meet.google.com/aze-unbw-bcu
> - Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm (finish time flexible)
> See you tomorrow!
> P.S. No, I did not propose this meeting just so I could give a talk. Two
> individuals expressed interest but were unable to commit to speaking this
> month. I'm hoping to announce our August speaker at tomorrow's meeting. If
> you are interested in giving a talk please feel free to let me know and
> I'll work you into the schedule.
> "Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place.
> Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are,
> by definition, not smart enough to debug it." -- Brian Kernighan
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