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STAC Summit, New York

Location: The New York Marriott Marquis, New York
Event date: December 1, 2015
Booth: TBA

The STAC Summit New York will bring together industry leaders from top financial and technology firms to discuss the latest business issues and technical trends in three primary areas: fast data, big data, and big compute. The event will range from large in-person gatherings (STAC Summits) to webinars and working group teleconferences. The many interesting topics at the STAC Summit include deep learning; Python functionality; heterogeneous computing in C++; solving big data problems in risk, tick data, and search; low-latency networking and capture; FPGA solutions; and enterprise market data distribution.

Embedded Software Engineering Congress, ESE Kongress 2015

Location: Sindelfingen, Germany
Event date: November 30 - December 4, 2015
Booth: 4-108

McObject CEO Steve Graves will be presenting "Dynamic Memory Allocation - Justifiably Taboo?" at the ESE Congress.  The Congress will focus on the Internet of Things, IT safety and security as well as multicore programming and further essential aspects beyond bits and bytes: innovation, leadership, cooperation in projects, and many more.