Ah, a new month and more tech events in Ann Arbor. All meetings are free and open to the public. SRT is happy to say that we will be hosting several of these meetings in our new office, at 206 S. Fifth, Suite 200. That's at the corner of Fifth and Washington, directly above the Linux Box. Entrance is on Fifth; take the elevator to floor 2R (or you can take the stairs, but then you have to wind around on the 2nd floor to find our office).
Tomorrow, Wednesday September 5, Dave Strenski of Cray Inc., will be presenting a talk for the Ann Arbor Computer Society, entitled "Estimating FPGA 64-bit Floating Point Performance". For a brief summary on FPGA (Field Gate Programmable Arrays), go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FPGA. Dave will talk about the architecture of the Xilinx Virtec-4 and Virtex-5 FPGA chips, and demonstrate how to estimate their performance. This meeting will be held at SPARK Central, 330 E. Liberty (lower level) for the last time. Starting in October, SRT will be hosting the AACS meetings.
On Thursday, September 6, the Michigan Python User Group will talk about "Python 3.0: What's up with that?". The group will meet at SRT's offices, at 206 S. Fifth Ave, Suite 200 (see directions above).
On Monday, September 10, at UM's North Campus (EECS 1200), the Ruby MI group will meet. In addition to open discussion, the meeting will include:
- User Group Challenge – Boggle
- Ruby/Rails Editors lightening talks
The Ann Arbor Java User group, which usually meets the first Tuesday of the month, has moved its meeting to next Tuesday,September 11, because of the holiday. Raj Rajen will be presenting Janeeva's experiences with Flex. The AAJUG meeting will be held at its longtime location at Washtenaw Community College, Room WCC BE250.
And finally, the Ann Arbor Dot Net Developer Group (AADND) meets on Wednesday, September 12 for a talk on Windows Workflow (WF) and "Following the Rules", by Michael Wood. AADND will also be meeting at SRT's office, at 206 S. Fifth Ave, Suite 200 (see directions above).