|FROM ||Ruben Safir
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [Hangout - NYLXS] CCNY "Open Source" meeting
Come join ACM at a How to Open Source Panel!
About this Event
Come join ACM at a
How to Open Source Panel!
Paul Ganssle ~ Software Developer -at- Google
Paul Ganssle is a software developer at Google, maintainer of
python-dateutil and setuptools, Python core developer and contributor to
many other open source projects. He lives in New York City and is
interested in programming, languages, wearable electronics and sensors.
Teon Brooks ~ Data Scientist -at- Mozilla
Teon L. Brooks, PhD is a trained cognitive scientist who works as a data
scientist for Mozilla. He also serves as the technical advisor and
President of BrainWaves, an NIH-funded open-source project to teach
experimentation and cognitive neuroscience to high school students in NYC.
He is a longtime contributor to the MNE Project, a collection of
open-source data analysis tools for MEG/EEG/iEEG, as well as a
contributor to the Brain Imaging Data Structure project, whose aim is to
standardize neuroimaging datasets for sharing and reuse.
At Mozilla, he focuses on implementation and teaching experimentation
methods to inform product decisions. He is also a user advocate for the
Iodide project, a new open-source way to do and share data science
workflows all in the browser.
Teon tweets at -at-teonbrooks.
Thomas J Fan ~ Research Associate -at- Columbia University’s Data Science
Thomas J Fan is a scikit-learn core developer working as a Research
Associate at Columbia University's Data Science Institute. In his free
time, he maintains skorch, a scikit-learn compatible neural network
library that wraps PyTorch. Prior to his work in open source, Thomas
studied to be a theoretical physicist at Stony Brook University and NYU.
*Please note this event is only open to CUNY students.*
As always, food will be included!
Date and Time
Thu, November 7, 2019
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM EST
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City College of New York
MR 117 (Marshak)
Manhattan, NY 10031
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