❤️Facebook will be hosting us as well as looking after catering this month and they will have someone from production engineering will be speaking. Plus we are excited that Kx (kx.com) will be back giving a talk also.
Any announcements to share, feel free to add to https://cryptpad.fr/pad/#/2/pad/edit/bdKBOboJwGlR0qoU-dKwzZRh/
** IMPORTANT: BRING PHOTO ID FOR FB SECURITY, REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION**
Talk 1: Fusing kdb and Python for Machine Learning: An Introduction to kdb+ and embedPy
Description: kdb+ is the world’s fastest time-series database, best accessed through its own language, q. kdb+ is being increasingly used for machine learning with Python.
In this talk, Deanna will demo and describe the open-source connectors between Python and kdb+.
About Deanna Morgan
Deanna Morgan is a Machine Learning Engineer at Kx based in London. She has a bachelor’s degree in Physics with a specialty in Astrophysics from the University of Edinburgh.
Previously, Deanna worked at the NASA Frontier Development Lab with Kx, usi
Talk 2: Mocks you can trust
Description: Highlight over why python mocks can be unreliable, an overview of Facebook's open sourced testing framework and how to be productive while using it.
About Teodora Olaru
Working for Facebook Infrastructure on systems that have as main goal to help keep a healthy state of the global fleet without human intervention. Currently cultivating my instinct for the infrastructure space while trying to solve more problems than create throughout the development of a distributed locks system. Previously a Software Engineer in the Anti-malware and Cyber Security space.
SCHEDULE (*subject to change)
18:30 Registration & refreshments
19:00 Welcome (Vicky & Lei and Catherine & Claudio)
19:10 kx.com intro & "Fusing kdb and Python for Machine Learning: An Introduction to kdb+ and embedPy" by Deanna Morgan
19:40 "Mocks you can trust" by Teodora Olaru
20:10 Deep dive with speakers/self-driven activities/networking & Light Bites
21:00 Event ends
CALL FOR SPEAKERS
Interested in speaking at our upcoming meetups, please submit talk details to: https://pyladiesdublin.typeform.com/to/Rr6hVJ
QUESTIONS Email [masked].
Q. I'm not female, is it ok for me to attend?
A. Yes, PyLadies Dublin events are open to everyone at all levels.
Q. What do I need to bring?
A. Bring your laptop (and don't forget your charger).
** ALSO BRING PHOTO ID FOR FB SECURITY, REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION**
Q. Will there be food?
A. Yes, and thanks to Facebook for providing us food.
Q. What do you do at PyLadies Dublin Meetups?
A. We have short (or long talks), demos, folks working on their own projects, ask questions on Python-related topics, work on projects together or generally chit-chat and meet like-minded people.
Q. Do you have a Code of Conduct?
A. Yes (but we will need to find an alternative place for it, it's not easy to find on meetup) - https://www.meetup.com/PyLadiesDublin/pages/12625412/Code_of_Conduct/
***IF YOU CANNOT MAKE IT, PLEASE UPDATE YOUR RSVP***