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[Python] Доклады с PyCon US 2015 Montreal (Talks) [2015, ENG]
Год выпуска: 2015
Производитель: PyCon US 2015
Сайт производителя: https://us.pycon.org/2015/
Автор: Python Software Foundation
Продолжительность: 55:36:15
Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоклипы
Язык: Английский
Описание: Данная раздача содержит видеодоклады с конференции PyCon US 2015, проходившей с 8 по 16 апреля 2014 года в Монреале, Канада.
Расписание докладов - https://us.pycon.org/2015/schedule/

Содержание

Friday 10, 09-00 - Julia Evans - Opening Statements
Friday 10, 09-30 - Catherine Bracy - Keynote
Friday 10, 10-50 - Brett Slatkin - How to Be More Effective with Functions
Friday 10, 10-50 - Kurt Grandis - Exploring Minecraft and Python Learning to Code Through Play
Friday 10, 10-50 - Kyle Kastner - Machine Learning 101
Friday 10, 10-50 - Laurens Van Houtven - Building secure systems
Friday 10, 11-30 - Adam Palay - Words, words, words Reading Shakespeare with Python
Friday 10, 11-30 - Andrew Godwin - What can programmers learn from pilots
Friday 10, 11-30 - Ashwini Oruganti, Christopher Armstrong - Introduction to HTTPS A Comedy of Errors
Friday 10, 11-30 - Ryan Kelly - PyPy.js What How Why
Friday 10, 11-30 - Viviane Pons - Experimental pure mathematics using Sage
Friday 10, 12-10 - Benjamin Peterson - A Dive into TLS
Friday 10, 12-10 - Cory Benfield - Hyperactive HTTP2 and Python
Friday 10, 12-10 - Raymond Hettinger - Beyond PEP 8 -- Best practices for beautiful intelligible code
Friday 10, 13-40 - Katherine Scott - Robots Robots Ra Ra Ra!!!
Friday 10, 13-40 - Laurens Van Houtven - Distributed Systems 101
Friday 10, 13-55 - Benoit Chesneau - What Python can learn from Erlang
Friday 10, 13-55 - Brett Cannon - How to make your code Python 23 compatible
Friday 10, 13-55 - Chris Waigl - Satellite mapping for everyone
Friday 10, 13-55 - David Baumgold - Advanced Git
Friday 10, 13-55 - Frank Stratton - Smart services & smart clients How micro-services change the way you build and deploy code.
Friday 10, 13-55 - Michelle Fullwood - Grids, Streets and Pipelines Building a linguistic street map with scikit-learn
Friday 10, 13-55 - Miriam Lauter - Make your own Smart Air Conditioner
Friday 10, 14-35 - Dan Callahan - My Python's a little Rust-y
Friday 10, 15-15 - David Beazley - Python Concurrency From the Ground Up LIVE!
Friday 10, 15-15 - Jenny Cheng - 3D Print Anything with the Blender API
Friday 10, 15-15 - Raymond Hettinger - Super considered super!
Friday 10, 15-15 - Titus Brown - How to interpret your own genome using (mostly) Python
Friday 10, 16-15 - Dan Callahan - Fire your supervisord running Python apps on CoreOS
Friday 10, 16-15 - Miguel Grinberg - Is Your REST API RESTful
Friday 10, 16-30 - Jake VanderPlas - Losing your Loops Fast Numerical Computing with NumPy
Friday 10, 16-30 - Melanie Warrick - Neural Nets for Newbies
Friday 10, 16-30 - Renee Chu, Matt Makai - Don't Make Us Say We Told You So virtualenv for New Pythonistas
Friday 10, 17-10 - Chris McDonough - Using Supervisor For Fun And Profit
Friday 10, 17-10 - Jeff Schenck - The REST Ascendancy
Friday 10, 17-10 - Josh Triplett - Porting Python to run without an OS
Friday 10, 17-10 - Sarina Canelake - I18N World Domination the Easy Way
Friday 10, 17-10 - Trevor Bekolay - How to build a brain with Python
Friday 10, 17-40 - Lightning Talks
Saturday 11, 08-30 - Lightning Talks
Saturday 11, 09-00 - Guido van Rossum - Keynote
Saturday 11, 09-40 - Gabriella Coleman - Keynote
Saturday 11, 10-50 - Amy Hanlon - Investigating Python Wats
Saturday 11, 10-50 - Dan Crosta - Good Test, Bad Test
Saturday 11, 10-50 - Greg Ward - How to Write Reusable Code
Saturday 11, 10-50 - Julia Evans - Systems programming as a swiss army knife
Saturday 11, 10-50 - Kate Heddleston - How our engineering environments are killing diversity (and how we can fix it).
Saturday 11, 11-30 - Andreas Dewes - Learning from other's mistakes Data-driven analysis of Python code
Saturday 11, 11-30 - Carol Willing - Finding Your Groove Contributing to CPython and Beyond
Saturday 11, 11-30 - Katie Cunningham - Usability Testing on the Cheap
Saturday 11, 11-30 - Michael Scherer - Ansible beyond YAML
Saturday 11, 11-30 - Philip James, Asheesh Laroia - Type python, press enter. What happens
Saturday 11, 12-10 - Andrew T. Baker - Demystifying Docker
Saturday 11, 12-10 - Itamar Turner-Trauring - A Beginner's Guide to Test-driven Development
Saturday 11, 12-10 - Ned Batchelder - Facts and Myths about Python names and values
Saturday 11, 12-10 - Nina Zakharenko - Technical Debt - The code monster in everyone's closet
Saturday 11, 12-10 - Shauna Gordon-McKeon - Open Source for Newcomers and the People Who Want to Welcome Them
Saturday 11, 13-40 - Allison Kaptur - Bytes in the Machine Inside the CPython interpreter
Saturday 11, 13-40 - James Cammarata - Achieving Continuous Delivery An Automation Story
Saturday 11, 13-55 - Glyph - The Ethical Consequences Of Our Collective Activities
Saturday 11, 13-55 - Ian Cordasco - Cutting Off the Internet Testing Applications that Use Requests
Saturday 11, 13-55 - Mali Akmanalp - Other people's messy data (and how not to hate it!)
Saturday 11, 14-35 - Allison Kaptur - Exploring is never boring understanding CPython without reading the code
Saturday 11, 14-35 - Christine Spang - To ORM or not to ORM
Saturday 11, 14-35 - Dan Tracy - Ship it Deployments with Pip
Saturday 11, 14-35 - en zyme, Jon Henner - Pythons are Deaf, So are Some Pythonistas
Saturday 11, 14-35 - Olivier Grisel - Build and test wheel packages on Linux, OSX & Windows
Saturday 11, 15-15 - Carina C. Zona - Schemas for the Real World
Saturday 11, 15-15 - Daniel Vanderkam - Make web development awesome with visual diffing tools
Saturday 11, 15-15 - Domen Kozar - Rethinking packaging, development and deployment
Saturday 11, 15-15 - Elizabeth Ramirez - Graph Database Patterns in Python
Saturday 11, 15-15 - Laura Rupprecht - Describing Descriptors
Saturday 11, 16-15 - A. Jesse Jiryu Davis - Eventually Correct Testing Async Apps
Saturday 11, 16-15 - Alex Gaynor - Techniques for Debugging Hard Problems
Saturday 11, 16-15 - Brandon Rhodes - Oh, Come On Who Needs Bytearrays
Saturday 11, 16-15 - Matt Makai, Kate Heddleston - Choose Your Own WSGI Deployment Adventure
Saturday 11, 16-30 - Sasha Laundy - Your Brain's API Giving and Getting Technical Help
Saturday 11, 17-10 - Clayton Parker - So you think you can PDB
Saturday 11, 17-10 - Colton Myers - Managing Your Infrastructure with SaltStack
Saturday 11, 17-10 - Jim Baker - A Winning Strategy with The Weakest Link how to use weak references to make your code more robust
Saturday 11, 17-10 - Kathleen Danielson - Avoiding Burnout, and other essentials of Open Source Self-Care
Saturday 11, 17-10 - Nicholas Tollervey - Lessons learned with asyncio (Look ma, I wrote a distributed hash table!)
Saturday 11, 17-40 - Lightning Talks
Sunday 12, 08-30 - Lightning Talks
Sunday 12, 09-00 - Van Lindberg - Keynote
Sunday 12, 09-20 - Jacob Kaplan-Moss - Keynote
Sunday 12, 13-10 - Andrew Montalenti - streamparse real-time streams with Python and Apache Storm
Sunday 12, 13-10 - Hynek Schlawack - Beyond grep Practical Logging and Metrics
Sunday 12, 13-10 - Pete Fein - Free Software, Free People
Sunday 12, 13-10 - Sarah Bird - Interactive data for the web - Bokeh for web developers
Sunday 12, 13-10 - Ying Li - Where in your RAM is python san_diego.py
Sunday 12, 13-50 - A. Jesse Jiryu Davis - Python Performance Profiling The Guts And The Glory (broken video)
Sunday 12, 13-50 - Christine Spang - WebSockets from the Wire Up
Sunday 12, 13-50 - Mica Swyers, Jay Chan - Finding Spammers & Scammers through Rate Tracking with Python & Redis
Sunday 12, 13-50 - Thomas Ballinger - Terminal whispering
Sunday 12, 13-50 - Tom Eastman - Serialization formats are not toys
Sunday 12, 14-30 - Curtis Lassam - Hash Functions and You Partners in Freedom
Sunday 12, 14-30 - Geoff Gerrietts - Performance by the Numbers analyzing the performance of web applications
Sunday 12, 14-30 - Jim Baker - Getting to Jython 2.7 and beyond
Sunday 12, 14-30 - Luke Sneeringer - Improve your development environments with virtualization
Sunday 12, 14-30 - Mike Howsden - Zen of Quality - How PBS measures QoS for digital viewers
Sunday 12, 15-10 - Guido van Rossum - Type Hints
Sunday 12, 16-30 - Brandon Rhodes - Closing Messages
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