The Research Engineering team meets for Lunchtime Tech Talks most Tuesdays over lunch (12:30 start).
If you are in the Turing, please feel free to drop by: we gather by our desks just beforehand.
Lunchtime Tech Talk schedule
If nothing is indicated, then some of us will be doing some fun hacking anyway.
|Month||Date||Speaker||Topic (if known)|
|January||8||Miguel||Hands-on life inside Emacs (part 1): to-do manager and time-tracker (org-mode)|
|15||Radka||What makes a good DS/REG project (discussion)|
|12||James G||Categories (part 1)|
|19||Oliver||Parallelware Trainer tryout (hands-on/discussion)|
|March||5||Nick & May||Wrattler|
|12||Miguel||Hands-on life inside Emacs (part 2): email with mu4e and integration with org-mode|
|26||Eric||Data science applied to earthquake simulations|
|April||2||Tim, Evelina, Radka, Kasra||NATS demo|
|9||Beth and Jo (comms)||Twitter tips and tricks|
|16||Martin||Safe handling of secrets|
|28||Ioannis Kosmidis (Warwick)||Networks of software and developers|
Requests for tech talks
The following topics have been requested or suggested! If you would like to lead a discussion on any of these, please let James Geddes know.
- Everyone’s project
- Upcoming projects
- Python programming in the large
- Cox/Hawkes processes
- Changepoint detections
- Unity (3D)
- Category theory
- Functional reactive programming
- What happened to Smalltalk?