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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!

Migrating from YARN to Kubernetes; Apache Kafka for streaming machine learning initiatives
By Cleveland Big Data Meetup on Monday, July 12 at 6PM EDT
Input Methods & Cursorless Keyboards
By New York Emacs Meetup on Monday, July 12 at 7PM EDT
Airflow and CWL-powered bioinformatics platform; Orchestrating ELT with Fivetran and Airflow; and more
By Bay Area Apache Airflow Meetup on Tuesday, July 13 at 12PM EDT
A Practical Starter Guide to SQL Notebooks
By Tech Valley .NET User Group on Tuesday, July 13 at 9PM EDT
TLS Mastery
By Michigan UNIX/Linux User Group on Tuesday, July 13 at 6:30PM EDT
When Do We Actually Need Causal Inference?
By New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup on Tuesday, July 13 at 7PM EDT
Explore Data Careers with IBM Experts
By Toronto - Cognitive, AI & Data Science Meetup on Wednesday, July 14 at 2PM EDT
Panel Discussion 2 - Sandi Metz's Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby
By NYC Ruby Meetup on Wednesday, July 14 at 5:30PM EDT
PXE Boot = Remotely boot Linux from The Net.; LibreOffice DataForm in Calc
By St. Louis Linux/UNIX User Group on Wednesday, July 14 at 7PM EDT
Optimization (Linear & Mixed Integer Programming) for Pythonistas
By Python Ireland on Wednesday, July 14 at 1:30PM EDT
Pyodide: CPython in the web browser; Click: command line interfaces with Python
By Austin Python Meetup on Wednesday, July 14 at 8PM EDT
Using Kubernetes and ClickHouse to enable high performance app analytics
By Data on Kubernetes Community on Thursday, July 15 at 12PM EDT
Insights into Data Engineering Part 1
By Women Who Code SF on Thursday, July 15 at 7PM EDT
Developing Great Web APIs Architectures with ASPNET5
By Orland .NET User Group on Thursday, July 15 at 7PM EDT
Kafka Streams Windowing: Behind the Curtain
By Apache Kafka NYC on Thursday, July 15 at 5PM EDT
Statistical Paradoxes & Logical Fallacies: Don't Believe the Lies your Data Tell
By Data Science Philadelphia on Thursday, July 15 at 6PM EDT
Making sense of scales in graphs
By Data Visualization New York on Thursday, July 15 at 6PM EDT
Having fun with Azure Functions
By New York Powershell Meetup on Thursday, July 15 at 6:30PM EDT
Hardware Open Mic Night
By NY Hardware Meetup & SF Hardware Meetup on Thursday, July 15 at 7PM EDT
Borg Backup 2/2: You will be assimilated
By Dutch Linux/UNIX User Group on Thursday, July 15 at 2:30PM EDT

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