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This week in interesting, remote-friendly tech talks

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One fortunate aspect of the pandemic is that the tech talk groups that remain active have all gone online. This means you no longer have to be in a particular city to attend a particular event.

This list is a curated collection of interesting-sounding events by generally high-quality groups. If you have suggestions for events or groups to follow in the future, please email me!

Systems for Human Data Interaction
By Carnegie Mellon Database Group on Monday, June 14 at 4:30PM EDT
It's just a SQL - Crash course on Synapse Serverless for T-SQL ninjas!
By Data on Kubernetes Community on Tuesday, June 15 at 9AM PDT
Blazor WebAssembly: Inside/Out
By .NET Virtual User Group on Tuesday, June 15 at 9AM PDT
Amazon DataTuner: End-to-End Neural Data-to-Text Generation
By Natural Language Processing Community on Tuesday, June 15 at 1PM EDT
Simulating a Simple Order Book With Kafka and Streamlit
By Python + Data Science Group on Tuesday, June 15 at 6:15PM EDT
Text Preprocessing in R
By New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup on Tuesday, June 15 at 7PM EDT
Key Criteria for Evaluating Kubernetes Data Storage
By Data On Kubernetes Community on Wednesday, June 16 at 9AM PDT
SF Reliability Engineering - June Talks
By San Francisco Reliability Engineering on Wednesday, June 16 2021 at 12PM PDT
Do More with Conditional Formatting in Power BI with Parvinder Chana
By Seattle Modern Excel+Power BI User Group on Wednesday, June 16 2021 at 6PM PDT
Learn how to automate formatting and linting your code with pre-commit
By San Francisco Python Meetup Group on Wednesday, June 16 2021 at 6:30PM PDT
Deep Neural Network-Based Recommendation Systems
By Python + Data Science on Wednesday, June 16 at 6:15PM EDT
Benchmarking for PostgreSQL workloads in Kubernetes
By Data on Kubernetes Community on Thursday, June 17 at 9AM PDT
Building Event-Driven Microservices with Azure Cosmos DB Change Feed
By NYC .NET Developers on Thursday, June 16 at 6:30PM EDT


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