NYC R Meetup: Slides on Future

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The official poster for this New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup

I presented Future: Simple, Friendly Parallel Processing for R (65 minutes; 59 slides + Q&A slides) at New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup, on November 9, 2020:

  • HTML (incremental Google Slides; requires online access)
  • PDF (flat slides)
  • Video (presentation starts at 0h10m30s, Q&A starts at 1h17m40m)

I like to thanks everyone who attented and everyone who asked lots of brilliant questions during the Q&A. I’d also want to express my gratitude to Amada, Jared, and Noam for the invitation and making this event possible. It was great fun.

– Henrik

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