EuroPython Conference : video
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Lennart Regebro - Moving big projects to Python 3  09h02 01 octobre
Moving big projects to Python 3 [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Boston] [Basel, CH] By Lennart Regebro Next year Python 2 is no longer maintained. But you have a monster code base with clever tricks and libraries that don’t support Python 2, and your data may be stored in a format that is...
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Alessandro Molina - Python Standard Library, The Hidden Gems  09h02 01 octobre
Python Standard Library, The Hidden Gems [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Boston] [Basel, CH] By Alessandro Molina The Python Standard Library is a very rich toolset, which is the reason why Python is stated to come with batteries included . In such an amount of features and tools it’s...
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Peter Bittner - Modern Continuous Delivery for Python Developers  09h02 01 octobre
Modern Continuous Delivery for Python Developers [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Shanghai] [Basel, CH] By Peter Bittner Deployment automation, cloud platforms, containerization, short iterations to develop and release software we’ve progressed a lot. And finally it’s official: Kubernetes...
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Pablo Salgado - The soul of the beast  09h02 01 octobre
The soul of the beast [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - PyCharm] [Basel, CH] By Pablo Salgado Why The audience will discover one of the core pieces of the language that sits at the middle of the decisions about what new rules can or cannot be implemented in the Python programming language....
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Adrian Mönnich - useFlask() - or how to use a React frontend for your Flask app  09h02 01 octobre
useFlask() - or how to use a React frontend for your Flask app [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - PyCharm] [Basel, CH] By Adrian Mönnich Many Flask projects nowadays still use mostly static HTML, WTForms and just a bit of AJAX. All the JavaScript is usually included straight from .js files or...
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Michal Wysokinski - AsyncIO in production - War Stories  09h02 01 octobre
AsyncIO in production - War Stories [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Osaka Samarkand] [Basel, CH] By Michal Wysokinski My team has been running AsyncIO in production for over 2 years now and the only thing I can say about my experience with it is: Oh boy, what a rollercoaster of...
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Ben Nuttall - Astro Pi: Python on the International Space Station  09h02 01 octobre
Astro Pi: Python on the International Space Station [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - PyCharm] [Basel, CH] By Ben Nuttall A collaboration between the Raspberry Pi Foundation and the European Space Agency put two Raspberry Pi computers augmented with sensor boards and camera modules on the...
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Wojciech RzÄ sa - From HTTP to Kafka-based microservices  09h02 01 octobre
From HTTP to Kafka-based microservices [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Osaka Samarkand] [Basel, CH] By Wojciech RzÄ sa HTTP or asynchronous communication in microservices? This question is frequently repeated and discussed. Obviously, HTTP-based communication is easier for developers and...
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Grzegorz Kocjan - Don’t start with a database  09h02 01 octobre
Don’t start with a database [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Shanghai] [Basel, CH] By Grzegorz Kocjan What you do when you start a new project? Usually, we begin with database design, then we prepare a migration system, user registration, and all different stuff that distracts us from doing...
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Jan Wagner - Docker meets Python - A look on the Docker SDK for Python  09h02 01 octobre
Docker meets Python - A look on the Docker SDK for Python [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Osaka Samarkand] [Basel, CH] By Jan Wagner My talk aims to introduce and have a closer look on the Docker SDK for Python. I will cover: - How and where to get the SDK - How it works and how to use...
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Danny Engelbarts - And now for something completely different.  09h02 01 octobre
And now for something completely different. [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Singapore] [Basel, CH] By Danny Engelbarts The goal of this talk is to show the audience a different way of thinking about and developing regex statements. I have been working with UNIX for decades now and,...
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Justin Mayer - Zen of Python Dependency Management  09h02 01 octobre
Zen of Python Dependency Management [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Boston] [Basel, CH] By Justin Mayer Ensuring reliably repeatable dependency installation has long been an unsolved problem for many Python projects. Pinning dependencies via setup.py and requirements.txt has historically...
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Dmitry Figol - Optimizing Docker builds for Python applications  09h02 01 octobre
Optimizing Docker builds for Python applications [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - PyCharm] [Basel, CH] By Dmitry Figol Do you deploy Python applications in Docker? Then this session is for you We will start by reviewing a simple Dockerfile to package a Python application and move to more...
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Alexys Jacob - How we run GraphQL APIs in production on our Kubernetes cluster  09h02 01 octobre
How we run GraphQL APIs in production on our Kubernetes cluster [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Singapore] [Basel, CH] By Alexys Jacob In this talk I would like to share the workflow and tools we use to build, deploy and operate GraphQL APIs on our on-premise Kubernetes cluster. I will...
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Stefan Baerisch - Go(lang) to Python  09h02 01 octobre
Go(lang) to Python [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-12 - Osaka Samarkand] [Basel, CH] By Stefan Baerisch Python and Go are a great combination. Like Python, Go is easy to learn, powerful to use and has many useful libraries. Go and Python work great together: Go has better performance and...