Please join us at our January meetup at Fred Hutch (Arnold Building) to learn all about data structures in R and beyond. We will host two speakers, who will give us a background in data structures from a broad computer science perspective, and then give us an intro to R's S4 class (often used in Bioconductor packages). This event will be aimed at R-Ladies at all levels of experience.
We will begin with socializing/networking at 6pm. Talks will begin at 6:30pm.
Robin Reynolds-Haertle is a technical writer at Google, a computer science graduate student at Georgia Tech, and the author of a book on object-oriented programming. She has an MS in biomathematics from UW and an MSE from SeattleU. Her hobbies are quilting and coding.
Chao-Jen Wong is a Bioinformatician at Tapscott Lab in Fred Hutch working on discovery of cure for Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy. She is also an organizer of FredHutch Bioinformatics Interest Group (FHBIg.io). Prior to that, she was an R programmer and core member of the Bioconductor Project. She has a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Claremont Graduate University. When she is not working or studying, she enjoys cooking and hauling her kids around town with her electric bike.