On Jan 8, join ~180 devs at SF Python's presentation night and learn more about automation and tooling.
🖋Register here to attend: https://ti.to/sf-python/automation-tooling
Our generous sponsor Yelp will also provide pizza and drinks for this evening.
- Online Dating and Long Term Solutions - Mohammed Junaid
- Could Be You!
- Could Be You!
Please submit your talk ideas here 👉 https://bit.ly/sfpythoncfp
## Short talk(~10 mins + Q&A)
### Adding DevSecOPs to your Python application pipelines - Eric Anthony
Security is moving left these days and incorporating security into your automated pipelines is crucial. I'll quickly discuss several python-specific tools and components, including static scans, dynamic scans, dependancy chain evaluators and others, that help detect and even fix security issues before they come up. I'll review some techniques for incorporating these into your automated pipelines including tools to speed up remediation efforts when vulnerabilities are discovered.
Eric Anthony is a Software developer at Extant
### Better C++ Integration With Python Through Pyllars - John Rusnak
Solutions for integration of Python with C++ are often not "pure". They require commenting code in certain ways or manual upkeep of intermediate specifications. This talk focuses on using the latest features of C++ to develop a method for full autogener
Current Python bindings to C++ require you to write configurations, embed comments or re-code an interface all over again. Pyllars is a solution that makes such bindings natural and easy, with little configuration or setup. Pyllars is not yet ready for release, but has come a long way. In this talk I will explain the compexities involved with creating such a binding, and show the progress made in supporting many of the features of C++.
John Rusnak is passionate about providing engineers a productive, optimized and useful development experience. He enjoys enabling engineers at LinkedIn to produce the world's best software for connecting the world's talent.
### Extreme Bikesharing: How I used Python to plan an epic Ford GoBike trip - Jonas Neubert
How do you get the most bike for the buck out of a $10 day-pass for the Bay Wheels (formerly "Ford GoBike") bike share system? This talk is about how I used constraint programming, mapping and routing APIs, public bike share datasets, map visualization libraries, and a whole lot of Python to plan an epic 13-hour-long 121-leg bike ride around the East Bay.
Jonas is an automation engineer and software developer. Jonas enjoys working on multi-disciplinary projects that are more complex than complicated, which he currently does at Zymergen.
6:00p - Check-in and mingle, with food provided by our generous sponsor!
7:05p - Welcome
7:30p - Door close
7:10p - Announcements, lightning talks and main talk
8:15p - More mingling
9:00p - Hard stop
This event is produced by SF Python, a volunteers-run organization aiming to foster the Python Community in the Bay Area.
Venue and food is through Yelp's sponsorship
Yelp sees 89 million mobile users and 79 million desktop users every month. Keeping everything running smoothly requires the best and brightest in the industry. Their engineers come from diverse technical backgrounds and value digital craftsmanship, open-source, and creative problem-solving. They write tests, review code, and push multiple times a day. Come out and talk to them.
Video production is through Codacy's sponsorship
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