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Zimmerstraße 23 · Berlin

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Please register on the meetup page from Python Users Berlin (PUB):
https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/Python-Users-Berlin-PUB/events/nlrdnpyzpbsb/

■ Timetable

• 18:30 Opening doors
• 19:00 Welcome to PUB!

• 19:10 Main talk: "Ravioli vs Pelmeni software architecture (services vs microservices)" by Anastasiia Tymoshchuk

• 19:40 Short break

• 19:50 Lightning talk: "Oh no, I forgot to water my plant!: the funny but practical story of how python helped my plants to survive" by Maria Jose Molina-Contreras

• 20:00 Lightning talk: "Using tests to improve the onboarding experience" by Eli Flores

• 20:10 Lightning talk: TBD

• 20:20 Closing notes
• 20:40 Restaurant/Bar: TBD

■ Talks description

★ Ravioli vs Pelmeni software architecture (services vs microservices)

Microservice architecture is trending now, everyone wants to use it, not matter if it?s needed or not. But what if you could know pros and cons, possible examples and success stories? What if you could choose by your considered and mature choice. This talk will guide through best practices of using service and microservice architecture, what is the difference between them and how to implement them in your project.

Anastasiia is a PyBerlin group co-organizer, currently working as a Senior Software Developer in XAIN AG (https://www.xain.io) with more than 7 years of experience in software development.

★ Oh no, I forgot to water my plant!: the funny but practical story of how python helped my plants to survive.

The hardest part of owning a plant is not to kill it.

Plants are sessile organisms (this is, organisms that cannot move) that depend on the environment to obtain water and therefore, to survive. When we grow a plant inside our house, it depends 100% on us to get both sunlight and water. Nowadays, many people are so busy with work that they do not have enough time to properly water their plants when they need it.

In this talk, we will see how python can play an amazing role in these kinds of situations, by helping plants to survive longer, and by making our responsibility lighter (taking some responsibility from us) and how CircuitPython is an excellent choice to start programming hardware and connected devices.

Maria Jose is a Women in Machine Learning and Data Science co-organizer, currently working as a Product Data Manager at ZAGENO (https://zageno.com/)

★ Using tests to improve the onboarding experience

A quick demo of how we could improve the Onboarding experience of our new teammates, making it more visual and interactive, using tests!

Eli Flores is a Django Girls mentor and is currently working as Software Engineer at Sauce Labs (https://saucelabs.com/)

Please register on the meetup page from Python Users Berlin (PUB):
https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/Python-Users-Berlin-PUB/events/nlrdnpyzpbsb/

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