Slides from my HOPE XI talk.

Jul 16, 2016

For starters, thank you everyone who attended my talk at HOPE XI. I know it was on Sunday afternoon when a lot of people were either getting ready to go home, spending their last bits of time with friends they don't get to see often, or fried from partying the night before. Your attending means a lot to me, and I can't thank you enough. That said, here are the slides from my talk as a single HTML page to read online and as a PDF document to read offline (both were authored in Markdown and generated with Landslide).

Once again, the source code for Huginn can be found here, and the source tree for the Halo project can be found here.

BONUS! Here are some proof-of-concept agent networks that you can load into your own Huginn instances and experiment with! Butterfly In China is the agent network that generates my daily weather reports. Shake, Rattle, and Roll monitors the USGS' seismic activity alerting system for earthquakes of a certain strength or above. Tripwire is an HTML parsing-heavy agent network that pulls FBI Most Wanted Lists and sends alerts when they change.