Sage Developer Days 1 (aka Sage Days 8.5)

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Groups: Cython, Exact Linear Algebra, Parallel Computation, and Porting Sage to Microsoft Windows


Friday, June 13

11am talk by Martin Albrecht

4pm status reports

Saturday, June 14

11am talk by Dan Gindikin

4pm status reports

7pm party at Glenn Tarbox's house

Sunday, June 15

11am talk by Glenn Tarbox

Hiking/Tourism afternoon

Monday, June 16

11am talk by Rob Beezer

5pm status reports

7-9pm Demo of cool tools like IDE's etc for Sage development

Tuesday, June 17

11am talk by Arne Storjohann

5pm status reports

Wednesday, June 18

11am talk by Michael Abshoff

5pm status reports

Thursday, June 19

11am talk by Mike Hansen

5pm status reports

Friday, June 20

11am talk by ??

1pm-3pm final wrap session


Colloquium Talks

ORGANIZERS: Robert Bradshaw, William Stein and Tom Boothby

DATES: June 13-20, 2008

LOCATION: Seattle, Washington -- Mechanical Engineering 208

The goal of this "developer coding week" will be to write a huge amount of high quality code. All talks will be squarely aimed at developers and be directly related to coding projects. All participants will assumed to be experienced programmers. The main topics will be: Cython, Exact Linear Algebra, Parallel Computation, and Porting Sage to Windows. However, like with all of Sage development, participants are encouraged to work on whatever they feel will be the most productive way for them to spend their time.

Anybody can participate, but funding will be aimed primarily at people who have demonstrated a substantial ability to contribute to the Sage project. (This is not a general Sage statement -- it's just for this workshop.)

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Hotel information

I have already pre-paid for a bunch of rooms at the Collegiana, so many of you can stay there: [:/roommates: Roommate list]

    The Collegiana Inn
    4311 - 12th Ave. NE
    Seattle, WA 98105
    (206) 732-3200

Back during SD2, William recommend the Seattle University Travelodge:

They have free wifi, are very conveniently located. Their rates are also reasonable. The College Inn ( is also a good choice.

There are some other options here:

NOTE: UW's commencement is June 14th, so many hotels are already booked solid for the weekend and/or unusually expensive for the 13th and 14th.