► Topic: Virtual Machine for Regular Expressions
► Speaker: Alexander Yakushev, Software Engineer at Grammarly
►Who will be interested: NLP developers and researchers, software engineers with basic exposure to assembly languages, and those involved in processing text data.
► Where: Grammarly Office, Gulliver Business Center, Tower B, floor 14, 1a Sportyvna Square, Kyiv
► When: Wednesday, February 14th, 7 PM
► Language: Ukrainian
► Registration: gram.ly/HQHt
Please note that we will pre-moderate the list of participants. Due to a limited number of seats, we'll have to give preference to specialists whose area of expertise or interest is more relevant to the meetup topic. Please, wait for a confirmation email from our side.
«At Grammarly, we process loads of texts to give our users insights that will improve their writing. This involves defining complex rules for what correct or incorrect language looks like. These rules require an engine to execute them that is both powerful and performant. In this talk, we will learn an approach to implementing the matcher part of such an engine by creating a specialized virtual machine.»