Schedule (12 PM - 5 PM):
1. Cracking Backprop in Julia by Prakhar Srivastava
2. Break and Networking Session
3. Evolution of Audio and Speech Synthesis by Karan Dhingra
4. Apache Airflow and a Workflow to track disease outbreaks in India by Vinayak Mehta [SocialCops Invited Talk]
People who would like to volunteer to PyData Delhi, please stay for a while after the meetups end!
Note: Please keep your RSVP up to date, it is a very nice thing to do! Most likely, we won't be able to entertain more than the max RSVP limit!
• Venue map : https://goo.gl/maps/b85rvphFPnv
• Nearest Metro Station: Saket (Yellow Line)
Doors open at 11:45 AM, talks start at 12 PM.
Please, unRSVP if you realise you can't make it. We're limited by space on the number of attendees, so please free up your place for your fellow community members!
Follow @pydatadelhi ( http://twitter.com/pydatadelhi ) for updates and early announcements. See you on the 9th!
We're on Telegram. Join us for early updates and discussions here ( http://bit.do/joinpydd )
Share your Lightning Talks! A "lightning talk" is a quick mini-presentation (5 minutes maximum) on any Python topic you'd like. We'll save time for 2-3 of these each month: to save a spot, post a comment with your talk's title/topic. Beginner topics are always welcome!
Presentations: If you'd like to share a topic with the group at an upcoming meetup, propose a talk here ( https://github.com/pydatadelhi/talks ) :)
Message us through the message tab on the meetup page, or ping either of these people directly:
• Sanket Verma: [masked]
• Laksh: [masked]