Last month Brian Smith, co-founder of Numeracy, covered data preparation complexities and ways to overcome them. You can find more information about Numeracy's new releases on their site (https://numeracy.co/). You should also check out last month's food sponsor DataZar (https://www.datazar.com/). In case you missed it, DataZar works to make searching data, analysis and research projects easy.
This month we have Kristin Henry, a Generative artist and computer scientist currently working at Slalom Consulting.
She specializes in Science and Data Visualization. You can see some of her beautiful creations here (http://kristinhenry.dunked.com/) and here (https://www.etsy.com/people/AlphaRabbitOnline).
Kristin's talk will focus on getting started with v4 and lessons learned while migrating existing v3 projects. If time permits, she'll also touch on using npm to manage D3 packages.
Participate & Learn
We encourage you to come with the following preinstalled:
• an editor like Sublime Text (https://www.sublimetext.com/)
• a recent version of Firefox, Chrome or Safari
• a local server like http-server (https://www.npmjs.com/package/http-server)
Show & Tell
• Lightning Recruitments: 90 seconds (Strict stopwatch!). Pitch your company and what talent you seek. Please sign up when you RSVP.