London Clojurians Talk: High Performance Data With Clojure (by Chris Nuernberger)

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The London Clojurians are happy to present:

Title: High Performance Data With Clojure
Speaker: Chris Nuernberger
Time: 2021-06-08T17:30:00Z
Local time: 18:30 op dinsdag 8 juni 2021 in Londen, Verenigd Koninkrijk - (click here for local time)
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Chris Nuernberger (cnuernber (Chris Nuernberger) · GitHub) will be presenting
a talk about his work with dtype-next (GitHub - cnuernber/dtype-next: A Clojure library designed to aid in the implementation of high performance algorithms and systems.)
and (GitHub - techascent/ A Clojure high performance data processing system)
the new high performance data processing system for Clojure. His talk
will cover the axiomatic basis of array programming, some interesting
high performance primitives, and how representing your problem with a
column-major map-of-arrays design gives you some interesting
properties as compared to your standard Clojure row-major
sequence-of-maps design.

Chris got his start programming high performance 3D graphics in the
early 2000’s. He has worked extensively in GIS, 3D graphics, and
machine learning building such things as graphical playback-style
debuggers for physics simulations systems, Cinema 4d-style graphics
editors, GIS tools including research into (at the time) new lossless
compression technologies and national scale facial recognition
systems. He started playing with Clojure in 2008 and has been working
in Clojure full time since 2015.

If you missed this event, you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel:
(The recording will be uploaded a couple of days after the event.)

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Thanks for making all of these events happen, and for posting recorings! I’ve enjoyed a few on Youtube.

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Gald that you are enjoying them.


I want to second that. London Clojurians has been consistently outputting stellar material. This is a huge corpus we’ll only be able to properly appreciate in retrospect


looking forward to this one! It really connects with a lot of my own interests.