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General data structures and lightning talks

Dave will give a beginners tutorial of Python data structures.

There will also be time for anyone who would like to give a lightening talk.

 

 

Location Information

The map link above for our location is not sufficient, so I have a more detailed and annotated map that should be referenced:

map to Bausch and Lomb Hall at the University of Rochester

(parking and walking directions)

The meeting will be in Bausch and Lomb Hall, room 407.

• Find the elevator, go to the 4th floor and exit to your right.

• At the end of the hall, make another right.

• Walk to the very end of the hall past the fire doors.

• You are now at Room 407.

• Network Access Internet access is readily available.

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  • Amit T.

    Good overview of some of the basics. It was also interesting to hear the lightening talks...all projects were cool and I was energized by the commitment of the people working on those projects ...they are so into it! love it!

    1 · February 19, 2014

  • Ryan P.

    How fast is a lightning talk?

    February 12, 2014

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