Upcoming Rcpp talk in Sydney

June 20, 2013

(This article was first published on Thinking inside the box , and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The Sydney Users of R Forum (SURF)
will be hosting me for a talk on July 10.
The focus will be Rcpp for R and C++ integration,
and the intent is to have this be really applied with lots of motivating examples.

Organizers Louise and Eugene were able to move this to a slightly larger room as the initial capacity of 50 was
filled almost immediately. As of right now, the talk page
shows a few available slots. If you’re in the Sydney are in early July, why not register and swing by?

If you’re not in the area, the Rcpp Events page lists other upcoming talks too.

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