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In this talk, Jamie will share with you:
- A brief introduction to oval track racing - and why it is much more than "go fast and turn left"
- How they used a Raspberry PI to help capture some of the telemetry on the car
- How they used F# to analyze the data to help him go faster
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STOCK CARS, RASPBERRY PI, AND F#
Jamie Dixon is a lifelong technologist who spent his childhood in front of green screens and adulthood with his fingers on the keyboard. He is a passionate and continual learner who has moved seamlessly across domains. He is a leader of high-performing teams that deliver high-ROI solutions on-time and on-budget. His current interest is focused on computational genomics and the application of both modern software engineering techniques and the latest in machine learning to improve dna/rna/protein modeling performance and accuracy.