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Mark Senn — 141389028921 Oct 2014*
There is a meeting today (Tuesday, October 21, 2014) from 11:30--1:00pm (chitchat is from 11:30--noon, official part of meeting starts at noon) in WSL...
Mark Senn — 141106960818 Sep 2014*
Purdue Perl Mongers, I've been using Perl 6 and like it much better than Perl 5. Perl 6 is a complete redesign and rewrite of Perl 5. Programming ...
derrick — 140889962124 Aug 2014
Yelp is hosting a dataset challenge. I don't think I'll have time to do anything serious right now, but I am interested in learning machine le...
Ken mcNamara — 140887436924 Aug 2014
Mark F. and Mark S. contributed some additional valuable points - //////////////////////////////////// Thanks for the answers - they were interesting ...
Ken mcNamara — 140871102722 Aug 2014*
Thanks for the answers - they were interesting and helpful. LANGUAGES - This statement from 'dsk' clarifies something I think is key - ...
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