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Guest Speakers and subjects: 

  1. Jayashree Ukkinagatti, Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering, India
    Set up Automatic Builds for the continuous integration of ECL queries stored in GIT using Jenkins

    Software developers work in an isolated team. If they need to integrate their changes with different code base, waiting for days to integrate their code may create many merge conflicts , may get hard to fix the bugs or may lead to duplicate efforts. In this presentation, Jayashree will speak about the setting up of automatic builds to integrate ECL queries stored in Git using the Jenkins deployment pipeline techniques, when the pull request is made on additions or changes to ECL queries stored in Git.

    Jayashree Ukkinagatti is a second Year M.Tech (CS&E) student studying at the R.V. College of Engineering, India. She pursued her B.E. from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Karnataka, India. Her interest lie in continuous integration and continuous deployment for Big data Analysis.


  2. Nicole Navarro, New College of Florida
    Measuring the geo social distribution of Opioid Prescriptions

    Drug overdose was the leading cause of accidental death in the US in 2015, and the number of drug overdoses involving opioids in 2016 was 42,249 – an increase of 18% per year since 2014. In this presentation, Nicole will discuss her work creating interactive visualization tools to broaden the understanding of prescription drug use across geographic regions and social groups. The goal of her internship was to create tools which can be used to isolate communities and social groups containing high social interconnectedness and high opiate prescription rates. 

    Nicole Navarro graduated recently from New College of Florida with her M.S. in Data Science and received her B.S. in Mathematics from Stetson University. Her interests lie in finding new ways to harness data analytics and data science to make the world a better place.



     


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