Rcpp talk at Seattle RUG next month

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The Seattle R User Group
was kind enough to invite me to give a talk about
R, C++ and Rcpp.

So if you can make it to the Thomas building of the
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA, on December 7, I would love to see you there.
I have some ideas about freshening up the presentation(s) based on material
Romain and I have used
in the past.
This should make the why as well as how a
little clearer; now I just have to find some to put this together. And if there are
particular aspects you would like to see covered, please do get in touch with me.

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