Learn how Microsoft Azure’s cloud services can accelerate your cloud app development process: we support the tools and languages you already use, security and management services are built-in, ML/AI capabilities are quickly callable from your app, and you can retain full control on how (and where) you deploy your code.
I'm Attending!December 04, 2021December 05, 2021IELA 1st International ConferenceUTCWelcome to the 1st IELA International Conference 2021. The 1st ICC 2021 aims to provide a platform for academics, scholars, Language practitioners, professionals, and graduate students to present their current research ideas on current issues especially in English Language Teaching, Literature, and Linguistics. The IELA International Conference (ICC) also welcomes all attendees to discuss and share their ideas related to educational developments in 21st Century. All attendees will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge and networks at this conference. The conference’s theme is “Strategic Teaching and Learning on the 21st Century". Indonesian English Lecturers Association (IELA) as the organizer of this conference warmly welcomes all theoretical, practical, and empirical articles from any educational stakeholders related to ELT, Literature, and Linguistics.Indonesia
I'm Attending!May 21, 2020December 17, 2020IndyGCP Speaker SubmissionUTCIndyGCP is a monthly meetup for anyone interested in Google Cloud Platform. At our meetings we will learn about GCP, share ideas, and have a chance to network with others. Whether you're an app developer, data scientist, cloud enthusiast, or just looking to get into cloud computing, our meetup will have great topics that will increase your knowledge of GCP. And now it's your turn to get on the speaker track!
Monthly IndyGCP Agenda:
12:00p - 12:15p Introductions, Announcements, Order Food
12:15p - 12:45p Presentation
12:45p - 1:00p Q&A/Wrap-up/Pay your Bill
Our meetup is purposely scheduled over lunch to be a quick and efficient. This way you can get away from the office for a bit, have lunch, participate in the local GCP community, and be back to work/school in a reasonable time.George's Neighborhood Grill
Upcoming Event Dates: September 17, 2020, October 15, 2020, November 19, 2020, December 17, 2020, January 21, 2021, February 18, 2021
CFP is open
I'm Attending!September 17, 2020February 18, 2021Infrastructure Guild DayUTCSeptember 17, 2020
Opening: Ariel Moskovich - 5min
Modern services are comprised of many dynamic variables, that need to be changed regularly. Today, the process is unstructured and error prone. From ML model variables, kill switches, gradual rollout configuration, A/B experiment configuration and more - developers want their code to allow to be configured to the finer details.
Protoconf is a modern approach to software configuration, inspired by Facebook’s Configerator.
Using Protoconf enables:
Code review for configuration changes Enables the battle tested flow of pull-request & code-review. Configuration auditing out of the box (who did what, when?). The repository is the source of truth for the configuration deployed to production.
No service restart required to pick up changes Instant delivery of configuration updates. Encourages writing software that doesn’t know downtime.
Clear representation of complex configuration Write configuration in Starlark (a Python dialect), no more copying & pasting from huge JSON files.
Automated validation Config follows a fully-typed (Protobuf) schema. This allows writing validation code in Starlark, to verify your configuration before it is committed.
How difficult is it to develop on your local machine?? How long is taking you to mock the production process? No more! With skaffold and other great new tools, it became very easy. Join me to learn about skaffold helm golang and very more.
Talk agenda: - Summary of Kubernetes - 5 minutes. - Helm - Kubernetes package manager (+demo) - 10 minutes. - Jagger - revers proxy. - Golang in general - 5 minutes. - Skaffold - 20 minutes. (+demo) - Integration of skaffold with Bazel grpc and more…Online
I'm Attending!September 30, 2020September 30, 2020International Journal on Natural Language Computing (IJNLC)UTCInternational Journal on Natural Language Computing (IJNLC)
ISSN: 2278 - 1307 [Online]; 2319 - 4111 [Print]
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Scope & Topics
Natural Language Processing is a programmed approach to analyze text that is based on both a set of theories and a set of technologies. This forum aims to bring together researchers who have designed and build software that will analyze, understand, and generate languages that humans use naturally to address computers.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to, the following
• Phonology, Morphology
• Chunking/Shallow Parsing
• Parsing/Grammatical Formalisms
• Semantic Processing
• Lexical Semantics
• Linguistic Resources
• Statistical and Knowledge based methods
• POS tagging
• Machine Translation
• Information Retrieval
• Text Mining
• Information Extraction
• Question Answering
• Dialog Systems
• Spoken Language Processing
• Speech Recognition and Synthesis
Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through E-mail: email@example.com. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal.
• Submission Deadline : August 22, 2020
• Notification : September 22, 2020
• Final Manuscript Due : September 30, 2020
• Publication Date : Determined by the Editor-in-Chief
For other details please visit http://airccse.org/journal/ijnlc/index.html
Here's where you can reach us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission Link: http://coneco2009.com/submissions/imagination/home.html
I'm Attending!May 23, 2020May 23, 2020Kickoff Live Meetup - Bangalore Monitoring & Observability Group - Call For SpeakersUTC# About Us
Bangalore Monitoring and Observability Meetup is a free and volunteer organized monthly observability meetup focused on the three pillars of observability (monitoring, logging, tracing), Raw Event model, APMs, Anomaly Detection and all developments associated with the field of practical and theoretical observability of complex and distributed systems.
We have [GrafanaLabs](https://grafana.com/) as our core sponsors, who are not only going to sponsor the stickers and goodies, but also would be providing us deep insight into the world of observability through regular speakers who are involved actively with various open source projects around observability.
We have [Richard Hartmann](https://twitter.com/TwitchiH) and [Goutham V](https://twitter.com/putadent) from [Grafana](https://grafana.com/) to thank for the idea and support for making this happen.
If you are a new speaker and would appreciate mentorship post acceptance of your talk, Zainab Bawa from [hasgeek.com](hasgeek.com) has very kindly offered to help. Given her vast experience in organizing a mutitude of events for hasgeek, this is a great opportunity.
* [Pranay Prateek](https://twitter.com/pranay01) is the Co-Founder of [sigNoz](https://signoz.io/)
* [Joy B.](https://twitter.com/hashfyre) is a DevOps Engineer and Consultant
The Kickoff event is going to be an online only live event conducted as a zoom webinar.Zoom Live Meeting - To Be Updated
I'm Attending!September 27, 2019September 27, 2019Knock Data StockholmUTCThis is a standing invite to submit talks to the Knock Data Stockholm meetup. We meet regularly in and around Hamburg to host talks around Data include but not limited to Data Engineering, Data Science, DevOps. We are a fair and open community that strives for diversity and inclusion. Feel free to use this CFP to submit an idea for a talk (usually 30-45 minutes long, but feel free to submit lightning talks; please also abstain from patently obvious sales pitches) Also, if you’re willing to sponsor and/or have a nice place that can host 40-100 people, feel free to contact us!
P.S. Dates are indicative but we strive to keep a monthly scheduleStockholm, Sweden
I'm Attending!January 11, 2020January 11, 2020KotlinConf'19 Global NagpurUTCKotlinConf Global is a series of meetups organized by the community to watch and discuss the keynote and sessions from KotlinConf 2019.
I'm Attending!June 22, 2022June 22, 2022Las Tech Talks de SysarmyUYUTC# Las TechTalks de Sysarmy Uruguay
Veni a conversar con un grupo de amigos raros pero divertidos. Seguro tenemos los mismos problemas que vos y nos encantaría escuchar cómo los resolviste. Montevideo, UY
I'm Attending!November 02, 2022March 01, 2023London Microsoft DevOps MeetupUTCThe London Microsoft DevOps Meetup is hosted at the Microsoft Reactor in London every two months. Come and join us for a fun evening of tech talks and all things DevOps!
Meetup link - https://www.meetup.com/london-microsoft-devops/
Have a cool DevOps talk or interested to present at one of our session, send your talk to our Call for Paper here:
On papercall - https://www.papercall.io/lmdo
Or Sessionize - https://sessionize.com/london-microsoft-devops-meetup
This London-based group hosts everyone interested in ALM and DevOps with Azure DevOps and GitHub, whatever the technology of choice.
We meet every other month for a couple of technical sessions at the Microsoft Reactor (in Shoreditch), where MVPs and other enthusiasts share their experiences and expertise with the local technical community.
If you got this far, we reckon you are about to join. See you soon then!London
I'm Attending!October 08, 2019November 12, 2019Meetup: SF Mobile DevelopersUTCMobile Developers Group is for passionate developers who are seeking education on cutting edge mobile technology and networking opportunities with industry professionals. Come join us for topics on: Android, iOS, Realtime Mobile API’s, Third Party Mobile SDKs, and the Mobile Web.
Students, Educators and Developers are welcome.
The individual events are normally on the 2nd Tuesday of the month and, unless noted otherwise, hosted at PubNub's offices in San Francisco near Moscone.
Next event dates in 2019:
* Oct 8
* Nov 12
This meetup is sponsored by PubNub but the content is vendor neutral.
I'm Attending!February 25, 2020February 25, 2020Ministry of Testing NYC UTCThe Ministry of Testing exists to advance the software testing industry in a fun, safe, professional and forward thinking way.
Our meetups exist as a way to bring people together to talk and learn about good and authentic testing. We encourage everyone who is interested in making better software products to come along and participate.
You can find out more about what we do at www.ministryoftesting.com (http://www.ministryoftesting.com/)
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