Archive for September, 2013

R Integration w Java + Hadoop

Posted: September 29, 2013 by marioeaquino in Uncategorized

This coming Thursday (10/3 @ 6:00 p.m.) is the next Lambda Lounge, featuring two talks from Monsanto IFS devs: Robert Kennedy will give a talk on R Integration with Java and Robert Grailer will give a presentation on Hadoop.  The food for this meeting will be sponsored by Monsanto IFS.  We usually order pizza from Fortels.  While I love the pizza they make, this month I’d like to do something different: sushi from Oishi.  There should be 20-something rolls and assorted other yummies.

Doors open at 6.  You can find a map to the meeting location here.  Bring a friend who has never attended a meeting and/or a non-perishable food donation to be delivered to the Circle of Concern food pantry in Valley Park.

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core.async & Prisoner’s Dilemma

Posted: September 3, 2013 by marioeaquino in Uncategorized

On Thursday, September 5, come to Lambda Lounge to hear Alex Miller talk about the core.async library, which is a new contrib library for Clojure that adds support for asynchronous programming using channels.  Also on the schedule for Thursday night is a talk Mario Aquino will be presenting about the classic game theory problem Prisoner’s Dilemma as implemented in Scala. If you like software, pizza, socializing with intelligent software devs, or participating in a welcoming community, please come out share your brain cycles with us.

The pizza sponsor for that meeting is Preferred Resources, Inc. (http://www.preferredresourcesinc.com/).

Doors open at 6.  You can find a map to the meeting location here.  Bring a friend who has never attended a meeting and/or a non-perishable food donation to be delivered to the Circle of Concern food pantry in Valley Park.