Online: Idiomatic Pandas

Data Works MD
Data Works MD
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Doing data science is already hard. Doing it right is even harder. Join us in September to hear from O'Reilly author Matt Harrison how to write better Pandas code.

6:00 PM -- Greetings

6:05 PM -- Idiomatic Pandas - Matt Harrison

7:30 PM -- Closings

Zoom and YouTube Streaming
A link will be sent out prior to the event. Please note that Zoom is capped at 100, so if you do not get into Zoom, you will be able to watch via YouTube.

This is not an introduction to Pandas so attendees may want to familiarize themselves with Pandas prior to the talk.

Idiomatic Pandas
Pandas can be tricky, and there is a lot of bad advice floating around. This talk will cut through some of the biggest issues I've seen with Pandas code after working with the library for a while and writing two books on it.

Matt is a world-renown expert on Python and Data Science. He has a CS degree from Stanford University. He is a best-selling author on Python and Data subjects. His books, Illustrated Guide to Learning Python 3, Intermediate Python, Learning the Pandas Library, and Effective PyCharm have all been best-selling books on Amazon. He just published Machine Learning Pocket Reference and Pandas Cookbook (Second Edition). He has taught courses at large companies (Netflix, NASA, Verizon, Adobe, HP, Exxon, and more), Universities (Stanford, University of Utah, BYU), as well as small companies. He has been using Python since 2000 and has taught thousands through live training both online and in person. Matt can be reached out Twitter @__mharrison__

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