DisplayLink is hosting a number of ACCU* Cambridge meetups scheduled in the next few weeks. ACCU Cambridge meetups are targeted at professional developers, or anyone who wants to keep up-to-date with the latest programming techniques.
DisplayLink hosts ACCU Cambridge meetups
Wed 28th Feb, 7pm: Daniel Jones... Chirp: Over-the-air Acoustic Networking
Wed 14th March, 7pm: Rosemary Francis... Best practices when accessing Big Data or any other data!
Wed 21st March, 7pm: Jonathan Pallant... Grease: A Message-Passing Approach to Protocol Stacks
All meetups are at DisplayLink, 140 Science Park Rd, Cambridge & are free to attend. There will be beverages and pizza courtesy of DisplayLink.
On Wed 28th Feb, we welcome Daniel Jones. Dan will be talking about data transfer over an audio link. There will be a hands-on workshop where we use Python to send messages between devices, so please bring a Linux or Mac laptop if you can.
Click here for more information or to register: Daniel Jones... Chirp: Over-the-air Acoustic Networking
In March, we have two meetups, both previews of talks for the ACCU 2018 conference.
The first is on Wed 14th March we welcome Rosemary Francis. Rosemary will share her high-performance computing expertise and I/O profiling for large data sets. We will explore best practices, from selecting the best tools to adopting good coding & working habits.
The following week, Wed 21st March, we welcome Jonathan Pallant. Jonathan is the curator of the Cambridge Rust Meetup and has used Rust in production for many years. The talk will focus on message-passing architectures, with a look at a Rust implementation and how it compares to C.
*ACCU was previously known as Association of C and C++ Users
DisplayLink is a fabless network graphics semiconductor and software company, formed in 2003 to develop and exploit methods of delivering content to multiple flat panel displays from a single computer with the view that this technology could lower the costs of computing and thus make information technology much more widely available in developing countries.