Thanks to Bank of America Merrill Lynch for hosting and sponsoring food.
Talk 1: Code reviews by Tomasz Czyż
Code review. What are benefits, costs and downsides of code review process. Why and how to organize smooth code review process for our team.
Why and how to organize smooth code review process for our teams using github/gitlab or gerrit workflows. (45 mins)
About Tomasz Czyż
I am a person who like to improve processes around software. I am focused on software delivery pipelines. From building, testing, QA processes, deployment and configuration management up to creating scalable infrastructures. I like to work in lean/agile environments deriving from TDD/ATDD/BDD methodologies to create working projects.
I co-founded MonitOwl ( http://monitowl.com - monitoring solution for DevOps).
Talk 2: Semantic data and rdf in python by Niall O'Connor from Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Niall O'Connor ( http://about.me/nialloc ) is the software architect at BAML. Programming in python for 10 year. Very interested in data, data modelling, learning algorithms.
An introduction into a niche area of Python or a niche library/technology.
Heading to the Bernard Shaw for 9pm afterwards.
BAML are sponsoring a number of Pizzas for the hungry Pythonistas.
If you are interested in talking at November's meet-up, please submit your talk details to http://bit.ly/pyie-cfp-2015
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We are going to have a pub meet-up (http://www.meetup.com/pythonireland/events/223254630/) upstairs at Bull&Castle ( http://bull-and-castle.fxbuckley.ie/ ) on October 14th.
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