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at 9am in [http://www.css.washington.edu/room/PAR+112 Parrington Hall 112]. at 9am in [[http://www.css.washington.edu/room/PAR+112|Parrington Hall 112]].
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 * Elliott Brossard: [http://sage.math.washington.edu/home/elliottd/calctut/intro.html]
 * Robert Miller: [http://wiki.rlmiller.org/PartitionRefinement Backtracking]

* Elliott Brossard: [[http://sage.math.washington.edu/home/elliottd/calctut/intro.html|Calculus Tutorial]]
 * Robert Miller: [[http://wiki.rlmiller.org/PartitionRefinement|Backtracking]]
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 * Michael Abshoff: Porting Sage for Fun and Profit!
 * Igor Tolkov: Interact attachment:tolkov.pdf attachment:tolkov.sws
 * Emily Kirkman: [:2d_graphics:2D Graphics]
 * Michael Abshoff: [[attachment:20080806_Windows_Solaris_Port.pdf|Porting Sage for Fun and Profit!]]
 * Igor Tolkov: Interact [[attachment:tolkov.pdf]] [[attachment:tolkov.sws]]
 * Emily Kirkman: [[2d_graphics|2D Graphics]]
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There is still room in the schedule in the afternoon, so if you're not listed above and would like to talk, please let me know.

Sage Day: August 6

We will have a "Sage Day" next Wednesday, August 6, 2008 starting at 9am in Parrington Hall 112.

The schedule is as follows, with 20 minutes for each talk.

9:00am - 1:00pm:

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