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Programming Complexity - Modelling Complex Systems with Go & React by Sau Sheong

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Tuesday 24th May, 2016

7:00pm to 10:00pm (CET)

In May we're hosting another NewStore TechTalk and this evening Sau Sheong, our guest from far Singapore, will talk about programming complexity and modelling complex systems with Go and React.

Brief description:

Complexity science is the study of complex systems, systems with many parts that interact to produce global behaviour that cannot easily be explained in terms of interactions between the individual parts. Complexity science includes many different areas of study, including game theory, emergence, network science and others. This is a basic talk that provide a sample of ideas in complexity science, and dives into a couple of well-known areas using agent-based modeling.

Short bio:

Sau Sheong has been doing software development for 20 years, mostly in web application development. He is active in the Ruby and Go developer communities have have contributed to open source projects and spoke at meetups and conferences. Sau Sheong has also published 3 programming-related books, mostly on Ruby and is working on a 4th book titled "Go Web Programming". He is currently a Director of Global Consumer Engineering in PayPal, based out of sunny Singapore and has in his career worked for HP, Yahoo, and also ran a technology startup during the dot-com days.

The agenda for the evening:

7:00pm - Start: get yourself a drink and a snack

7:40pm - Talk

8:50pm - Q&A

9.30pm - 10pm - Networking

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Sau Sheong Chang

Sau Sheong has been doing software development for 20 years, mostly in web application development. He is active in the Ruby and Go developer communities have h

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Time 7:00pm10:00pm CET

Date Tue 24th May 2016

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Books by speaker

  • Exploring Everyday Things with R and Ruby: Learning About Everyday Things
  • Cloning Internet Applications with Ruby

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