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Join us July 25-26, 2017 in the San Francisco Bay Area
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Join us July 25-26, 2017 in the Washington DC Area
  
Several computing communities have recognized a common need for dynamic runtimes to support our future computing infrastructure. Having arisen from common needs, but developed in separate application communities we can learn from our experiences and build a common community.
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Several computing communities have recognized a common need for dynamic runtimes to support our future computing infrastructure. Having arisen from common needs, but developed in separate application communities we can learn from our experiences and build a common community. We are going to hold a workshop in the Washington DC area in late July that will bring people together to discuss common experiences
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We foresee a 2-day agenda in three parts
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1) Retrospectives from several projects on what we
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learned and how it applies to each application domain. 1/2 day:
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2)talks on the common elements that have been learned among the projects
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and 1/2 day
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3) an open session that defines a list of topics for
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common community work for the next year or two. This can also be a
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blueprint for federal managers to use as RFP material.

Revision as of 20:51, 22 May 2017

Join us July 25-26, 2017 in the Washington DC Area

Several computing communities have recognized a common need for dynamic runtimes to support our future computing infrastructure. Having arisen from common needs, but developed in separate application communities we can learn from our experiences and build a common community. We are going to hold a workshop in the Washington DC area in late July that will bring people together to discuss common experiences

We foresee a 2-day agenda in three parts

1) Retrospectives from several projects on what we learned and how it applies to each application domain. 1/2 day:

2)talks on the common elements that have been learned among the projects and 1/2 day

3) an open session that defines a list of topics for common community work for the next year or two. This can also be a blueprint for federal managers to use as RFP material.