• Developing Odoo Modules (20 min)
• Python Byte Code Hacking (20 min)
• Networking Tea Break (30 min)
• Python for Microcontrollers (20 min)
• Introduction to MIMO Systems (20 min)
• Lightning Talks (20 min)
• Discussions (20 min)
Developing Odoo Modules
Speaker: Sri Ramadas (http://www.amachu.me/)
A quick demonstration on setting up and running Odoo 9 and customizing a Module to suit one's requirement. Customization involves: Extending a Class, its view and some of its methods.
Python Byte Code Hacking
Speaker: Vijay Kumar B (http://www.meetup.com/Chennaipy/members/147018982/)
The talk will cover the following topics:
• Byte Code Execution
• Stack Machines
• Code Objects
• Creating Custom Code Objects
Slides: IPython Notebook (https://github.com/bravegnu/python-byte-code/blob/master/Python%20Byte%20Code%20Hacking.ipynb)
Python for Microcontrollers
Speaker: Babu Subash Chandar (http://www.meetup.com/Chennaipy/members/177868122/)
MicroPython is a lean and fast implementation of the Python 3 optimised to run on a microcontroller. This talk gives an brief overview on,
• Features of MicroPython.
• How it can be run on NuttX, a Real Time Operating System.
• Layering in NuttX that provides support to run MicroPython.
Introduction to MIMO Systems
Speaker: Ashok Govindarajan (http://www.meetup.com/Chennaipy/members/197137280/)
Basicallly, MIMO is about Multi-antenna communication systems. This topic would be discussed under the context of base stations (4G, WiMAX, HSPA+), where multiple antennae are being deployed. The primary focus would be to :
• Define SISO (Single input single output systems)
• Provide a simple analogy to faciliate the understanding of SISO
• Motivate the idea of MISO (Multiple input single output) and MIMO
• Present some comparison results between SISO and MIMO.
A basic introductory article is present in the following link: http://gizmodo.com/5941066/what-is-mimo