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Rhys interviews CYAN March 17, 2013
http://pyvideo.org/video/1856/rhys-interviews-cyan
Abstract Sunday evening lightning talks Description * [00:00](#t=0m) - Python 3 on your Atari Desktop - Jeffrey Armstrong * [04:58](#t=4m58s) - Armstrong, Open Source News Platform - Joshua Bonnett * [09:34](#t=9m34s) - Metrics should be basic: xUnit for metrics - Jeremy Dunck * [15:14](#t=15m14s) - The Answers - Luke Gotszling ...
Abstract Sunday morning lightning talks Description * [00:00](#t=0m) - Your brain on Python - John Montgomery * [04:45](#t=4m45s) - PyWorks: Making the dot asynchronous - Rene Nejsum * [10:48](#t=10m48s) - TUF: The update framework - ? * [15:42](#t=15m42s) - PyCon PL - Filip Kłębczyk * [19:27](#t=19m27s) - gpodder.net - Filip ...
Abstract Beside the friends, walls and photos, Facebook is a platform where anybody can build applications or games taking advantage of the huge user base and connections between people. Any web-capable language or framework can be used to do that, but this poster will show you why Pyramid is a ...
Abstract Python is increasingly used as a teaching language for new programmers and touted as an easy language to learn for experienced developers. Its self proclaimed virtues of beauty, explicitness, simplicity and readability certainly should make it newbie and user-friendly... and mostly do. I'd like to talk with other Pythonistas ...
Abstract Lightning talks from Saturday morning. Description * [00:00](#t=0s) - ToRo (Tornado Coroutines) - Jesse Jiryu Davis * [04:45](#t=4m45s) - Retask: Queue for Humans - Kushal Das * [09:15](#t=9m15s) - Pythonic Andragogy: Python for Adults - Kirby Urner * [16:00](#t=16m) - How and why a Java expert switched to Python ...
Abstract Lightning talks from Saturday evening. Description * [00:00](#t=0m) - Young Coders at PyCon 2013 - Katie Cunningham and Barbara Shaurette * [05:53](#t=5m53s) - Raspberry Pi connected to sensors - Jack Minardi * [08:23](#t=8m23s) - Python & ArcGIS for Transit Data Analysers - Amy Smith * [13:58](#t=13m58s) - Software Version ...
Abstract This talk is a brief summary of Computer Vision tutorial we proposed for PyCon. In this talk we will discuss what computer vision is, why it's useful, what tools exist in the Python ecosystem, and how to apply it to your project. The talk will focus on the SimpleCV ...
Abstract An explanation of how to implement a socket.io server in Python to serve websocket requests from browsers.
Abstract Python supports several functional programming concepts. The presentations shows how to use functional features such as functions as first-class objects, closures, side-effect-fee functions, currying, lazy evaluation, no mutable data structures and use of iterators instead of loops. The focus is on integration of these concepts in existing programs.
Opening Statements March 15, 2013
Abstract Opening statements from Jesse Noller.
Abstract Solomon talks about Linux Containers which they use at dotCloud and how people are interested in how they do it, but it's complicated so until now they haven't talked about it. Until now: Docker.
Abstract Lightning talks from Friday evening. Description * [00:00](#t=0m) - Intro to Lightning Talks - MC Larry Hasting * [01:56](#t=1m56s) - Instrumental - Matthew J Desmarais * [07:14](#t=7m14s) - Statvent - Christian Wyglendowski * [12:04](#t=12m4s) - Switchboard - Kyle Adams * [16:14](#t=16m14s) - hy: a lisp variant - Paul Tag ...
Abstract Beginning programmers: welcome to PyCon! Jumpstart your Python and programming careers with this 3-hour interactive tutorial. By the end, you'll have hands- on exposure to many core programming concepts, be able to write useful Python programs, and have a roadmap for continuing to learn and practice programming in Python. ...
Abstract A great Eye, lidless, wreathed in webcams. Description At Pumping Station: One (Chicago's Hackerspace) people often send messages to the mailing list or ask on IRC if anyone is at the space or plans to be later. There's an opportunity there to solve problems automatically rather than through human ...
Description It's inevitable that online communities will change, and that we'll remember the community with a fondness that likely doesn't accurately reflect the former reality. We'll explore how we can take a set of articles from an online community and winnow out the stuff we feel is unworthy. We'll explore ...