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Non-Profits Driving Equality
We hosted a discussion with several of our community partners who are all working to end inequality and bridge the opportunity divide here in Tampa Bay and beyond.
Women In Tech Series
If you missed it, here is the replay of our very first Women In Tech Series events this year featuring leadership learnings from three top leaders from Accenture, Avanade and Microsoft!
“Navigating the New Normal” Webinar
As we begin reopening the region, questions abound regarding office spaces, remote teams, productivity and the role technology plays in the center of it all. This virtual poweredUP webinar lets you hear from Tampa Bay’s top leadership on how we will all “Navigate the New Normal.”
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An Introduction to the Julia Language
January 30th @ 6:00 pm - 7:45 pm
This months presentation will be “An Introduction to the Julia Language” by Gary Morin.
The Julia Programming Language is getting some real traction in the Scientific, Financial Analysis and Data Visualization communities. Designed to be fast and flexible Julia is being adopted by folks who use R, Python and Matlab and love the flexibility and relative ease of programming but are frustrated by their speed of execution. This presentation will be a high level introduction to Julia and the Julia ecosystem.
Gary Morin is a retired IT executive and former Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Energy Conversion Devices in Rochester Hills, MI. In his generous spare time Gary also taught graduate and undergraduate courses for 13 years at Oakland University in Rochester, MI including Database Management and IT Policy and Strategy. Gary is currently volunteering at the Suncoast Science Center and working on a project to build a database of stellar objects, particularly variable stars from a number of data sources.
This event will take place on Thursday January 30th, 2020.
Please RSVP for this event – RSVP’s are important for allocating space, etc!
6:00pm – 6:30pm: Networking / Fab Lab tour
6:30pm – 7:45pm: Presentation