ACM keeps you at the cutting edge of the latest technical and technological developments with our brand new ACM Learning Webinar series. Well known speakers present today and tomorrow's hottest topics and issues in computing for busy practitioners, as well as educators, students, and researchers. Check out these ACM Learning Webinars (free registration required):
- June 13, 2013: "IBM Watson: Beyond Jeopardy," presented by Adam Lally, Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM's TJ Watson Research Center; moderated by Will Tracz, Lockheed Martin, Chair of SIGSOFT.
- April 23, 2013: "Internet’s Future Social Implications: Upheaval or "Trek’s" Promise?," presented by Vint Cerf, VP and Chief Internet Evangelist at Google and ACM President; moderated by Stuart Feldman, VP of Engineering at Google and former ACM President.
- May 8, 2013: "Engineering Software as a Service," presented by David Patterson, University of California, Berkeley and former President of ACM; moderated by Armando Fox, University of California, Berkeley. Bonus: Extended, post-event Q&A with Dave Patterson (questions answered offline). More on Dave's Par Lab End of Project Celebration.
- Jan. 26, 2012: "The Cloud in Your Hands: Marriage of Cloud Computing with Smart Devices," presented by Arjmand Samuel and Danny Dalal, Microsoft Research; moderated by David B. Johnson, SIGMOBILE.
- Apr. 12, 2012: "Security: Computing in an Adversarial Environment," presented by Carrie Gates, CA Labs; moderated by Christopher W. Clifton, Purdue University.
- June 28, 2012: "2012 - Big Data: End of the World or End of BI?" presented by Barry Devlin, 9sight Consulting; moderated by Ankur Teredesai, University of Washington-Tacoma, SIGKDD
- September 20, 2012: "Recommender Systems: The Power of Personalization," presented by Joseph A. Konstan, University of Minnesota, SIGCHI; moderated by Gary M. Olson, University of California, Irvine, SIGCHI. Bonus: Extended, post-event Q&A with Joseph A. Konstan (questions answered offline).
- November 13, 2012: "Condos and Clouds: Patterns in SaaS Applications," presented by Pat Helland, Software Architect for Salesforce.com; moderated by Yannis Ioannidis, University of Athens and "Athena" Research Center; SIGMOD. Bonus: Extended, post-event Q&A with Pat Helland (questions answered offline).
Stephen Ibaraki, Chair of the ACM Professional Development Committee, interviews industry movers and shakers as well as experts in today's most current computing fields and technologies, including ACM Tech Pack and Learning Path authors on their background, work, research, and vision.
ACM Queue Audiocasts focus on the technical problems and challenges that loom ahead for practitioners, especially software engineers. Queue audiocasts highlight problems that are likely to arise and pose questions that software engineers should be thinking about. Included are rare and exclusive conversations with heavyweights such as David Shaw and Van Jacobson.