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24-25 June 2019
Fermilab
US/Central timezone
Note: if your interest is just in day one, or just in day 2, that is fine.

Session 1:  LArSoft tutorial (afternoon of day 1)  Provide the basic knowledge and tools for navigating, using, writing and contributing LArSoft code

Session 2:  Multi-threading and vectorization (starts on day 2)  Multi-threading and vectorization targeting CPUs and grid processing, giving people the background and tools needed to approach the code and start thinking about making their code thread safe, trying to address memory issues, vectorizing, etc.

Session 3: Long-term vision for LArSoft (afternoon of day 2) To discuss idea and concerns about how LArSoft should evolve as we move toward the era of DUNE data-taking.

The target audience includes both beginning and more advanced users of LArSoft. All interested LArSoft users and developers are invited to register and attend. Remote attendance will be supported via ZOOM. PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android:  https://fnal.zoom.us/j/831443820

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/  Please direct any comments or questions to larsoft-team@fnal.gov

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US/Central
Fermilab
PPD/ Hornet's Nest