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StrangeLoop and Sourcegraph are partnering together to produce the first StrangeLoop liveblog, and we're looking for volunteers to liveblog a presentation.
Why do it? Producing and publishing a blog post summarizing a talk, makes the ideas presented available to anyone in the world, plus it deepens your involvement in the conference by getting your name on an artifact of StrangeLoop 2019.
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From all of us at Sourcegraph, we hope you enjoy StrangeLoop 2019!
P.S You can liveblog as many sessions as you like!
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So we can tag you when promoting your liveblog post.
Do to the volume of live-bloggers, we can't guarantee a swag for everybody but we'll try.
Day 1 (Friday)
Dive into Streams with Brooklin - Celia Kung (10:20AM - 11:00AM)
Makings of a Modern ACID Compliant Distributed Database - Attila Szegedi (10:20AM - 11:00AM)
Better Spotify Playlists through Discrete Optimization - Cedric Hurst (10:20AM - 11:00AM)
Ruby on the Apple II: Adventures in Retro Programming - Colin Fulton (11:20AM - 12:00PM)
Easy Abstract Interpretation with SPARTA - Arnaud Venet, Jez Ng (11:20AM - 12:00PM)
New programming constructs for probabilistic AI - Marco Cusumano-Towner (11:20AM - 12:00PM)
Finding bugs without running or even looking at code - Jay Parlar (1:30PM - 2:10PM)
Beyond traces: the insights in trace aggregates - Daniela Miao (1:30PM - 2:10PM)
Voice Driven Development: Who needs a keyboard anyway? - Emily Shea (1:30PM - 2:10PM)
The Idea Becomes a Machine That Makes the Art That... - Christine Stavridis, Jonathan King (1:30PM - 2:10PM)
A Stitch in Time - The Future of OSS Sustainability - Daniel Compton (1:30PM - 2:10PM)
Privacy Governance & Explainability in ML/AI - Jared Maslin (1:30PM - 2:10PM)
Declarative APIs in an Imperative World - Tilde Thurium (2:30 PM - 3:10PM)
Alda's dynamic relationship with Clojure - Dave Yarwood (2:30 PM - 3:10PM)
Automating Operations of a Global CDN - Robert Fernandes (2:30 PM - 3:10PM)
Safety in Chaos: Forming Realistic Failure Hypotheses - Subbu Allamaraju (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
Towards an Open, Reason(ML)able Web - Parker Ziegler (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
Formal Specification and Taming Other People's Tech - Marianne Bellotti (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
The strange loop making parasitic insects our friends - Mary Marek-Spartz (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
Building a Unified Cancer Immunotherapy Data Library - Lacey Kitch, Ben Kamphaus (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
ASTRIAGraph: Monitoring Global Traffic in Space! - Moriba Jah (4:30PM - 5:20PM)
Day 2 (Saturday)
How We Tell Stories In Code - Hannah Howard (10:20AM - 11:00AM)
Securing cloud applications and their credentials - Srdjan Grubor (10:20AM - 11:00AM)
Can Androids Conceive of Electric Sheep - Kwame Thomison (10:20AM - 11:00AM)
Why do tree ensembles work? - Joe Ross (10:20AM - 11:00AM)
Correctness proofs of distributed systems with Isabelle - Martin Kleppmann (11:20AM - 12:00PM)
Compacting the Uncompactable - Bobby Powers (11:20AM - 12:00PM)
Designing Systems Against Domestic Violence - Eva PenzeyMoog (11:20AM - 12:00PM)
Networking and Go: An Engineer's Journey - Sneha Inguva (11:20AM - 12:00PM)
Building Haskell Programs with Fused Effects - Patrick Thomson (11:20AM - 12:00PM)
Probabilistic scripts for automating common-sense tasks - Alexander Lew (11:20AM - 12:00PM)
Everything You Wanted to Know About Distributed Tracing - Hungai Kevin Amuhinda (1:30PM - 2:10PM)
Parser Parser Combinators for Program Transformation - Rijnard van Tonder (1:30PM - 2:10PM)
Zipline: A Declarative Feature Engineering Library - Nikhil Simha (2:30PM - 3:10PM)
Realtime Hybrid Reinforcement Learning at Scale - Kexin Xie, Yuxi Zhang Zipline (2:30PM - 3:10PM)
Jagged, ragged, awkward arrays - Jim Pivarski (2:30PM - 3:10PM)
¡Escuincla babosa! A Python Deep Learning Telenovela - Lorena Mesa (2:30PM - 3:10PM)
InferenceQL: AI for data engineers, without the math - Ulrich Schaechtle (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
How Your Company Can Help Sustain Open Source - Danielle Gellis (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
Tweet My Wedding Dress - Jo Franchetti (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
Meander: Declarative Explorations at the Limits of FP - Jimmy Miller (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
Pattern Matching @ Scale Using Finite State Machine - Ajit Koti", Rashmi Shamprasad (3:30PM-4:10PM)
#lang wishful thinking - Vlad Kozin (3:30PM - 4:10PM)
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