6:30pm, Introductions, networking, pizza & soda compliments of Galvanize
6:45pm - How to choose a database: Introduction to transactions by Jim Fulton
This talk will provide an introduction to transactions, presenting
their benefits for error handling and concurrency control, with
examples. Transactions do incur some cost and cases for
non-transactional databases will be presented as well.
We'll look at examples of leveraging transactions in Python, in
stand-alone Python code and in web frameworks.
7:15pm, Sponsor shout-outs, meetup announcements, hiring announcements, mingle.
7:30pm, AvgDay: Image manipulations in Python by Andrew Catellier
This talk discusses some of the issues you'll run into and the considerations you need to take into account when doing basic image processing. From cropping to padding to converting to and from data types to the different ways to load images to EXIF data, there are a number of topics to explore.
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