Liveblog from Eurosys 2013 – Day 3

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This is day 3 of Eurosys, the last day and we’ll be running the live blog as usual! Your friendly bloggers are Natacha Crooks (nscc), Ionel Gog (icg), Valentin Dalibard (vd) and Malte Schwarzkopf (ms).

Liveblog from EuroSys 2013 – Day 2

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Hi from all of us here in Prague — this is day 2 of Eurosys and we’ll be running the live blog as usual! Your friendly bloggers are Natacha Crooks (nscc), Ionel Gog (icg), Valentin Dalibard (vd) and Malte Schwarzkopf (ms).

Liveblog from Eurosys 2013 – Day 1

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Hi from all of us here in Prague — this is day 1 of Eurosys and we’ll be running the live blog as usual! Your friendly bloggers are Natacha Crooks (nscc), Ionel Gog (icg), Valentin Dalibard (vd) and Malte Schwarzkopf (ms).

Eurosys 2013 – Doctoral Workshop

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I am at the Doctoral Workshp at EuroSys in Prague today, ahead of the main conference. Below are some notes on the 5 minutes presentations in the workshop.  There are no notes on the first quarter of the workshop because I talked about my work as well.

Live blog from OSDI 2012 — Day 2

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Here we are, reporting back from OSDI 2012 in Hollywood today. Today’s live-blog coverage continues below the fold. Note that some of the coverage is a little spotty due to our blog machine being overwhelmed by the number of requests.

Blogging OSDI 2012 — Day 1

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For the next couple of days, I am attending OSDI in Hollywood. However, due to various scheduling constraints on both sides of the Atlantic, I only arrived there at lunch time on Monday, and missed the first session. Fortunately, in addition to my  delay-tolerant “live blog” from the plane, where I read the first session’s… Read more »

RecSys 2012: few things i remember

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random notes & thoughts Workshops From the Sunday’s workshops, I remember this paper “Dating Sites and the Split-complex Numbers” It uses split-complex numbers to represent dating preferences in an elegant way. It seems promising. I’d be great to connect this work on previous papers on trust and distrust and on structural balance theories… I also heard… Read more »