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Why:

Technology/Technical Talks to learn, explore best practices from innovators, practitioners and exemplar projects that have relevance to CyVerse activities

What:

45 min presentation followed by 15 min Q&A

When:

Regular talks are scheduled alternating Wed. at 12:00 Pacific/3:00 Eastern, depending on availability of presenters and their home timezone we also schedule ad-hoc sessions

Where:

Hosted from Keating 433 at UA

Web Conf:

Web connection details to be provided (probably Zoom)
(Note: see the URL/Link column in case there are issues connecting)

Who:

All interested developers, scientists and team members.

Upcoming Tech Talks for 2018 Spring

Date 

Presenter

Institution/Title

Host

URL/Link

Abstract/Notes

Thurs., Feb 1, 12:00 PM MST

Andrew Lenards

CyVerse / Rough has advantages

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Julian Pistorius

 

How to use simple drawings to elicit feedback and make your ideas better

 

Thurs., Feb 8, 12:00 PM MST

Ken Youens-Clark,

Matt Bomhoff

iMicrobe and Elm - A Successful Rewrite

(Hurwitz Lab)

 

Julian Pistorius

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slides

How this one trick (a statically typed, pure, functional programming language) can rekindle your joy for front-end programming, and give you superhuman powers

Thurs., Feb 15, 12:00 PM MSTAndrew LenardsServerless: What if it was OpsDev all this time?Julian Pistorius

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video

audio

slides

Lambda, serverless, FaaS and so much more. Andy has done the legwork for us, and has some recommendations on suitable projects for this new way of building & deploying software.
Thurs., Feb 22, 12:00 PM MSTTBAPySpark (Tentative)Ailene Yee  
Thurs., Mar 1, 12:00 PM MSTTBAPython Persistence Patterns (Tentative)Ailene Yee