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June 20, 2017
US/Central timezone
Update 8/2/17: Presentations and videos are available at: http://larsoft.org/larsoft-workshop-on-tools-and-technologies/

The 2017 annual LArSoft Workshop will provide a combination of lectures, demonstrations and tutorials to introduce some of the new tools and technologies needed to take full advantage of our existing computing resources, and adapt to some of the changes in computing platforms over recent years. We will also re-visit some of the standard tools that can help all of us write better and faster code.

This free, day-long workshop will be held at Fermilab on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, immediately prior to the FIFE Workshop. The morning session will be in Curia II-WH2SW with the afternoon in Racetrack-WH7X - Wilson Hall 7th fl Crossover.

The target audience includes both beginning and more advanced users of LArSoft. A basic knowledge of the art event processing framework is required, as is some level of proficiency in C++. A basic knowledge of compilers and build systems may be useful, but is not necessary.

All interested LArSoft users and developers are invited to register and attend. Remote attendance will be supported via ZOOM.


Before joining the meeting, please turn off your microphone and video. Instructions on how to do this are available at: https://larsoft.org/zoom-info/ Lectures will also be recorded and cataloged on https://larsoft.org. Please direct any comments or questions to larsoft-team@fnal.gov
DIR/ Curia II-WH2SW (AM)