Python & Data are a match made in heaven... and so we keep the data spirit alive with an awesome PyData evening planned for you by the Budapest BI Forum (http://budapestbiforum.hu/2016/en/). The meetup will be hosted at the conference venue, so join us and enjoy a beer and refreshments with the conference attendees and speakers!
Thomas Levine - "Tom's super easy way to make basic user interfaces in Python"
horetu exposes Python functions as other user interfaces. When applied to a function, horetu automatically constructs corresponding command-line interfaces, web interfaces, and configuration files. In addition to being a practical tool, it is interesting because its implementation demonstrates the capabilities of function objects and the merits of following Python conventions.
Thomas Levine is a dada artist interested in sleep, toilets, typography, data music, among other things. Quite a brilliant guy, the best way to describe him would be simply a link to his website: http://thomaslevine.com .
Valerio Maggio - "Deep learning in Python"
In this talk Valerio will give an overview of the deep learning options available to Python developers and data scientist.
Valerio Maggio has a Ph.D. in Computational Science from the University of Naples "Federico II"; and he is currently a Postdoc researcher in the FBK – MPBA team in Trento, Italy.
Alexander Hendorf- "Hello EuroPython"
EuroPython is the largest European Python conference (1200+ participants), the second largest Python conference world-wide and a meeting reference for all European programmers, students and companies interested in the Python programming language. It's run by volunteers working in an open source fashion. In this talk Alexander will share how EuroPython is organised.
Alexander is a partner at the German management consultancy Königsweg and serves as the program chair of EuroPython.
As usual, attendance to this meetup event is free to budapest.py members (no conference ticket needed to attend), so please make sure you respond to the invitation (RSVP)!
This is an English speaking event. Venue and catering will be provided by the Budapest BI Forum. (http://budapestbiforum.hu/2016/en)