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Congratulations to our member Martijn Weterings for receiving the GNT Young Scientist Award
R still on the rise
Continuing last years trend, R gained a place in the IEEE Spectrums 2016 Top Programming Languages Ranking.
This follows a general trend of languages related to big-data becoming increasingly important.
- Helene Strese
- Frederic Truffer
- Martial Geiser
- Oliver Gubler
- Djano Kandaswamy
- Jessen Page
- Jean Decaix
- Paul-Andre Salamin
- Martijn Weterings
- Jean-Manuel Segura
- Stephanie Karmann
- Miriam Barque
- Rene Schumann
- Michael Barry
- Eliane Samih Maalouf
- Geovanny Poveda
- Diana Burghelea
- Fernanda Kerche Paes Da Silva
Here you find minutes of the held Meetings and related documents.