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== Bad Math Jokes == An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bar. The first one tells the bartender he wants a beer. The second one says he wants half a beer. The third one says he wants a fourth of a beer. The bartender puts two beers on the bar and says “You guys need to learn your limits.” 
Sage Days 33: Women in Sage (2)
Projects
Dates/Location
Sept 1923, 2011 near Seattle, Washington at Wallace Falls Lodge
 Note: checkin at the Lodge is at 3pm on Sept 19; checkout is 11am on the 23rd
Floorplan: floorplan.jpg (15 beds) and preliminary room assignments
Speakers
 Alice Silverberg
 Kate Stange
Schedule
Monday evening
 informal Sage tutorials
Tuesday
 8:30  9:30am: breakfast
 10:00  10:30: Sage basics
 10:45  11:15: Alice Silverberg
11:30  12:00: Kate Stange Stange20110920SageDays.pdf
 12:15pm: quick organizational meeting for working groups
 1:00pm: lunch
 2:00pm: trac tour
 project work for the rest of the day
Wednesday, Thursday
 unstructured working group time
 breakfast/lunch/dinner same time as Tuesday
Confirmed participants
 Jennifer Balakrishnan
 Mirela Ciperiani
 Aly Deines
 Amy Feaver
 Ekin Ozman
 Jennifer Park
 Lola Thompson
 Cassie Williams
 Angela Wong
 Diane Yap
Mailing list
Other Info
 Organizers: Jennifer Balakrishnan (Harvard), Aly Deines (UW), William Stein (UW)
 Funding: Microsoft Research (via Kristin Lauter) and The Beatrice Yormark Fund for Women in Mathematics
Bad Math Jokes
An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bar. The first one tells the bartender he wants a beer. The second one says he wants half a beer. The third one says he wants a fourth of a beer. The bartender puts two beers on the bar and says “You guys need to learn your limits.”