David Branner, some public talks
David Branner, Some Public Talks
The Programming Language Called Classical Chinese," StrangeLoop.
26 September, 2015, St. Louis.
Video from the conference here; but my slides have been revised since. "
Curious Code on Wikipedia," Hack&&Tell.
26 August, 2015, Dev Bootcamp, New York "
Encodings," Dev Bootcamp, New York.
26 August, 2015 "
Automated Transcription of a Lyric’s Melody,"
Recurse Center (formerly Hacker School), New York.
23 October, 2014 " Transcribing a Solo Voice Recording to Western Musical Notation," Recurse Center (formerly Hacker School), New York.
11 September, 2014
" Examining the Identity of a “Whole-Sliced” Python Sequence," PyGotham, New York.
16 August, 2014.
How Did 釁 Get Into My Computer?," CSTUY.
22 July, 2014, St. Joseph’s College, Brooklyn "
A Natural Language URL-Shortener," Hack&&Tell (formerly Hack and Tell).
10 June, 2014, eBay, New York "
Demonstration of the RegEx Blaster," Hack&&Tell (formerly Hack and Tell).
6 May, 2014, The Ladders, New York " Interfering with Speech-to-Text (report on a preliminary experiment)," Hack&&Tell (formerly Hack and Tell).
4 February, 2014, Meetup HQ, New York
The Serpentine Career Change," New York Python Meetup Group.
9 July, 2013, Knewton (New York City) "
LaTeX Workshop," Recurse Center (formerly Hacker School), New York.
10 April, 2013 "
The Chinese Language: Its Nature and History," China Institute in America, New York.
23 March, 2011 "
The Poor Chinese Scholar".
Delivered as a Plenary speech at the
220th Annual Meeting of the American Oriental Society.
15 March, 2010, St. Louis
Summary: East Asian tradition prescribes an attitude considered appropriate to scholars living in poverty. Below, I describe some of its expressions in ancient Chinese literature. In particular, I describe three elements to this attitude: poverty in the abstract, poverty seen personally, and voluntary poverty or poverty acquiesced in.
Thanks to William Skeith for the email-hider.