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For those interested in the Python programming language and it's associated libraries and frameworks such as Django, Flask, Pyramid, Pandas, Plone, iPython Notebook and more ....

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Upcoming events (5+)

Sydney Python

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We would like to invite you to share your knowledge and experience at our monthly Sydney Python (SyPy) meetup. We are interested in all talks that relate to Python, use Python or that could be useful to Python programmers. If you are interested please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/8BwCTdlhIzUWW6mC3 Talk 1: Wilfred Tyler Gee - Project PANOPTES Project PANOPTES (projectpanoptes.org) is a citizen science project designed to detect planets in orbit around distant stars. The project uses a combination of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and open source software for automation and control as well as cloud-based image analysis and exploration of the data. In this talk I will give an overview of exoplanets and how they are detected as well as how PANOPTES uses Python and the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to coordinate a global network of low-cost astronomical telescopes. We’ll cover some use cases for Storage Buckets, Compute Instances, Cloud Functions, Cloud Run, and more. Talk 2: Brad McElroy - Simple streaming data in python. Streamz is a simple, pure python library for building streaming data pipelines. It is simple to get started, but supports complex pipelines that involve branching, joining, flow control and back pressure, as well as first class support for tabular data (pandas). Talk 3: Jakub Nabaglo - The Nightmare of Mypy for Trivial Decorators Mypy is a way of adding static typing to your Python code. It usually works great, improving safety and readability. But for some things it doesn’t work. This is one of those things. We will introduce Mypy, use it to type-check a simple decorator, and frown at our over-engineered solution.

Sydney Python

IRESS sydney

We would like to invite you to share your knowledge and experience at our monthly Sydney Python (SyPy) meetup. We are interested in all talks that relate to Python, use Python or that could be useful to Python programmers. If you are interested please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/8BwCTdlhIzUWW6mC3 Talk 1: Wilfred Tyler Gee - Project PANOPTES Project PANOPTES (projectpanoptes.org) is a citizen science project designed to detect planets in orbit around distant stars. The project uses a combination of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and open source software for automation and control as well as cloud-based image analysis and exploration of the data. In this talk I will give an overview of exoplanets and how they are detected as well as how PANOPTES uses Python and the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to coordinate a global network of low-cost astronomical telescopes. We’ll cover some use cases for Storage Buckets, Compute Instances, Cloud Functions, Cloud Run, and more. Talk 2: Brad McElroy - Simple streaming data in python. Streamz is a simple, pure python library for building streaming data pipelines. It is simple to get started, but supports complex pipelines that involve branching, joining, flow control and back pressure, as well as first class support for tabular data (pandas). Talk 3: Jakub Nabaglo - The Nightmare of Mypy for Trivial Decorators Mypy is a way of adding static typing to your Python code. It usually works great, improving safety and readability. But for some things it doesn’t work. This is one of those things. We will introduce Mypy, use it to type-check a simple decorator, and frown at our over-engineered solution.

Sydney Python

IRESS sydney

We would like to invite you to share your knowledge and experience at our monthly Sydney Python (SyPy) meetup. We are interested in all talks that relate to Python, use Python or that could be useful to Python programmers. If you are interested please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/8BwCTdlhIzUWW6mC3 Talk 1: Wilfred Tyler Gee - Project PANOPTES Project PANOPTES (projectpanoptes.org) is a citizen science project designed to detect planets in orbit around distant stars. The project uses a combination of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and open source software for automation and control as well as cloud-based image analysis and exploration of the data. In this talk I will give an overview of exoplanets and how they are detected as well as how PANOPTES uses Python and the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to coordinate a global network of low-cost astronomical telescopes. We’ll cover some use cases for Storage Buckets, Compute Instances, Cloud Functions, Cloud Run, and more. Talk 2: Brad McElroy - Simple streaming data in python. Streamz is a simple, pure python library for building streaming data pipelines. It is simple to get started, but supports complex pipelines that involve branching, joining, flow control and back pressure, as well as first class support for tabular data (pandas). Talk 3: Jakub Nabaglo - The Nightmare of Mypy for Trivial Decorators Mypy is a way of adding static typing to your Python code. It usually works great, improving safety and readability. But for some things it doesn’t work. This is one of those things. We will introduce Mypy, use it to type-check a simple decorator, and frown at our over-engineered solution.

Sydney Python

IRESS sydney

We would like to invite you to share your knowledge and experience at our monthly Sydney Python (SyPy) meetup. We are interested in all talks that relate to Python, use Python or that could be useful to Python programmers. If you are interested please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/8BwCTdlhIzUWW6mC3 Talk 1: Wilfred Tyler Gee - Project PANOPTES Project PANOPTES (projectpanoptes.org) is a citizen science project designed to detect planets in orbit around distant stars. The project uses a combination of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and open source software for automation and control as well as cloud-based image analysis and exploration of the data. In this talk I will give an overview of exoplanets and how they are detected as well as how PANOPTES uses Python and the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to coordinate a global network of low-cost astronomical telescopes. We’ll cover some use cases for Storage Buckets, Compute Instances, Cloud Functions, Cloud Run, and more. Talk 2: Brad McElroy - Simple streaming data in python. Streamz is a simple, pure python library for building streaming data pipelines. It is simple to get started, but supports complex pipelines that involve branching, joining, flow control and back pressure, as well as first class support for tabular data (pandas). Talk 3: Jakub Nabaglo - The Nightmare of Mypy for Trivial Decorators Mypy is a way of adding static typing to your Python code. It usually works great, improving safety and readability. But for some things it doesn’t work. This is one of those things. We will introduce Mypy, use it to type-check a simple decorator, and frown at our over-engineered solution.

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