Python is a widely used general-purpose, high-level programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability, and its syntax allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code than would be possible in other languages. The language provides constructs intended to make clear programs possible on both a small and large scale.
This developer room is a good occasion to discover the Python ecosystem and meet the community around this language.
For this edition, we will follow the same Code of Conduct of the Python Software Foundation
|1||10:30 - 10:55||TaskFlow - State Management Framework||Vishal Yadav|
|2||11:00 - 11:25||Lea, a probability engine in Python||Pierre Denis|
|3||11:30 - 11:55||Dive into Scrappy||Juan Riaza|
|4||12:00 - 12:25||Mercurial, with real python bites||Pierre-Yves David|
|5||12:30 - 12:55||Python-prompt-toolkit / ptpython||Jonathan Slenders|
|6||13:00 - 13:25||Federation and Python webapps||Christopher Webber|
|7||13:30 - 13:55||Lets' build a spreadsheet app in Python||Harry Percival|
|8||14:00 - 14:25||Understanding CPython (3.4) Objects||Jesus Espino|
|9||14:30 - 14:55||Customize Gunicorn for your own business.||Benoit Chesneau|
|10||15:00 - 15:25||Python, WebRTC and you||Saul Ibarra Corretgé|
|11||15:30 - 15:55||When performance matters...||Marc-André Lemburg|
|12||16:00 - 16:25||Gradual Typing in Python||Alejandro Gomez|
|13||16:30 - 16:55||Knowning your garbage collector||Francisco Fernandez Castano|
|14||17:00 - 17:25||RedBaron, a bottom up approach to refactoring in Python||Laurent Peuch|
|15||17:30 - 17:55||Extending Python, what is the best option for me?||Francisco Fernandez Castano|
|16||18:00 - 18:25||PyPy and the future of the Python ecosystem||Romain Guillebert|
|17||18:30 - 19:00||Lightning Talks Session|
For more information: See the FOSDEM website
The next Aperos Python Belgium will take place on saturday, 31st January in Brussels, during the FOSDEM conference that takes place at ULB from 31st January to 1st February 2015.
In addition to the regulars of AFPyro, we are also pleased to meet the attendees of FOSDEM using Python.
As usual, you can come just for drinking and sharing one (or many) drinks or if you wish, you can also register for the meal that follows, in a near place, at “Chez Léon” for 20:30, rue des Bouchers 18, B-1000 Brussels.
Meeting from 19:45, on first floor of Delirium cafe, Impasse De La Fidélité 4, 1000 Brussels.
If you are a FOSDEM attendee, you can meet us at the Python devroom (H.1301 room), after the end of lightning talks to go to Delirium cafe together.
Please sign up in order to book the place via this Doodle.Chez Léon
Mobile Vikings is not your everyday company. As part of VikingCo, which also markets CityLife, our core business is telecoms.
But that might just be a cover-up for our alternative development initiatives, and building an innovative ecosystem which goes beyond classic telco services.
Hence our embracing the likes of Django and Python. VikingCo prefers to do things its own way (Mobile Vikings have been called stubborn), so we are developing our own top notch software platform allowing us to offer additional services to our Vikings and CityLifers, and easily integrate with partners in our ecosystem.
To this day we also keep upgrading our free mobile apps (the awesome Viking App and CityLife App).
But we’re open-minded too: sharing knowledge is our belief.
Maybe you’re already familiar with some of our open source repositories (django datatrans, django advanced reports or django states)?
VikingCo always seeks the win-win within its ecosystem. Just ask Ingenico, Connective, or Sparkcentral.
Our people are so much more than devs: obviously they code, but they’re given the opportunity to lead projects and the freedom to put forward projects as well. This may sound cocky, but, just as we lead the mobile revolution, our ambition is to go above and beyond in platform development as well.
We’re facing a huge challenge. Don’t miss out.