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The talks will be in Mandarin but slides should be in English. You can always speak English to all the attendees. Chandler is the event host.
7:00pm-7:20pm Talk: Python on Google App Engine (Mowd Chen)
7:20pm-7:30pm Questions and Answers
7:30pm-7:50pm Talk: Python and Better RRD. (kiwi)
7:50pm-8:00pm Questions and Answers
8:00pm-8:10pm Lightning Talk
8:10pm-8:20pm Self Introduction
8:20pm-9:00pm Free Discussion
9:00pm See You Next Time
Abstract of the Talk: Python on Google App Engine
Google App Engine allow you host your web applications under Google's infrastructure without managing scalability such as load balance of computation, distributed storage by yourself. In this talk, I will introduce how to deploy Python related application such as Django to Google App Engine.
About the Speaker: Mowd Chen
Mowd is a python programmer and a web developer for the moment. He started to use LAMP to build websites since 2004. He joined Oxygen Intelligence and started using Python and Django to build web service of semantic opinion search engine. Meanwhile he also had prior experience in developing plurk robots based on python.
Abstract of the Talk: Python and Better RRD.
RRDtool (acronym for round-robin database tool) aims to handle time-series data like network bandwidth, temperatures, CPU load, etc. The data are stored in a round-robin database (circular buffer), thus the system storage footprint remains constant over time. Usually RRDtool will result in poor performance while data scale increased beyond certain magnitude, in a way, it's a form of big data. OpenTSDB is a distributed, scalable time series database (TSDB) aim to resolve this problem by utilizing HBase or Cassandra as back-end. In this talk, Kiwi will introduce how to use Python to access OpenTSDB, and write plugins to gain advantage from it.
About the Speaker: Kiwi
Kiwi works at ITRI CCMA, has been focused on HPC, Parallel Data Processing, Scientific Computing, programming languages, web tech and so on. He started to use Python in 2006 in many field like web, system integration and started to use python as glue language to orchestrates with components wrote in C++ since 2010. Be careful, he is very NERD. Google him as 'kiwi grid'.