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Site Reliability Engineering: Structure & Interpretation of Graphs (by Google)
AGENDA 6:30 PM -- Doors open for refreshments and networking 7:00 - 8:00 PM -- Wesley Aptekar-Cassels will talk about "Structure & Interpretation of Graphs" -- Talk Description: In Site Reliability Engineering (SRE), we spend so much of our lives looking at graphs and charts that it can be easy to forget why we do it - this talk will explore how graphs can both make subtle patterns clear in large amounts of data, and hide real effects. We'll look at some real graphs both from internal Google systems and from third parties, and explain how to evaluate them, what they show, and what they hide. Speaker Bio: Wesley Aptekar-Cassels is a Site Reliability Engineer at Google, working on the Dev Infrastructure team. They previously attended the Recurse Center ( and programmed robots ( They enjoy thinking about large systems and discovering new and fascinating ways to break software. (


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    ThoughtWorkers have always been active in tech user groups and we’ve hosted countless Meetups in our offices around the world, so we decided it’s time to start a group of our own. Join us in our New York office for the kick-off of our new Tech Talks Meetup group.

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