Other Events — Friday, July 27, 2018

  Offsite
06:00PM

Sprints & Opening Reception

at The Forge at Pillar Technology

Directions & More Info

11:00PM

Talks — Saturday, July 28, 2018

  Cartoon 1 Cartoon 2 Barbie Tootle Hays Cape Suzanne Scharer
09:00AM

Saturday Welcome

09:15AM From Support to Engineering and Beyond: What to Take with You, and What to Leave Behind Adrienne Lowe
10:00AM

Break

10:30AM Easier Classes: Python Classes Without All the Cruft Trey Hunner A Hands-On Guide to Teaching Programming with GitHub, Travis CI, and Python Gregory M. Kapfhammer Reproducible Environments for Reproducible Results Dana Walker, Bihan Zhang Guide to Software Engineering for Visually Impaired Abrar Sheikh Natural Language Processing in Python Alice Zhao
11:15AM Go with the Flow: Automating Your Workflows with Airflow Leo Guinan Smart and Simple Data Driven Hydroponic Sensing Applications Using Python, Flask & Raspberry Pi Bethany Poulin The Modern Command-Line Tool Stack: Pipenv, Click, and Friends Matt Behrens Playtime in the Dunders: Mastering Python with Misfit Objects Eric Appelt
12:00PM Large-Scale Recommendation System with Python and Spark Phil Anderson Exploration of Neural-Gestural Interfaces for the Control of Robots Rebecca Oet, Melissa Kazazic Customizing Sphinx: Simple, Normal, and Hard Paul Everitt You Don't Need That! Christopher Neugebauer
12:30PM

Lunch Break

02:00PM Software Engineering For Beginners: A Jr. Developer's Guide Kojo Idrissa Making Games Piper Thunstrom Give Feedback Fearlessly Aisha Blake How to Build a Plan to Migrate to Python 3 Philip Semanchuk

03:00PM You Can Do Deep Learning! William Horton Generating Music with Python and FoxDot Jessica Garson Inside the Cheeseshop: How Python Packaging Works Dustin Ingram Advanced Pickle Security lvh A Beginner's Guide to Tackling Recursion Al Sweigart
03:45PM Going Passwordless Jon Banafato Egad! How Do We Start Writing (Better) Tests? Andrew Knight Building a Twitter Metadata Scraper: Learnings from Working with a New Twitter API Elizabeth Wehner Serverless Anywhere, Including On-Prem Don Schenck
04:30PM An Only One Step Ahead Guide for Machine Learning Projects Chang Hsin Lee Automated Regression Testing with Splinter and Jupyter Jace Browning Conversational Interfaces for Chatbots and Artificial Intelligence Don Holloway Tracking the International Space Station in Django with Redis-Queue and RQ Scheduler Samuel Agnew
05:00PM

Break

05:15PM

Lightning Talks

06:30PM

Other Events — Saturday, July 28, 2018

  Rosa Ailabouni Tanya Rutner Brutus Buckeye
09:00AM

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Young Coders

Quiet Room

10:30AM

Open Space

11:15AM

Open Space

12:00PM

Open Space

12:30PM

Lunch Break (room still open)

02:00PM

Open Space

03:00PM

Open Space

03:45PM

Open Space

04:30PM

Open Space

05:15PM

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06:30PM

Sprints & Reception

at The Forge at Pillar Technology

Directions & More Info

11:00PM

Talks — Sunday, July 29, 2018

  Cartoon 1 Cartoon 2 Barbie Tootle Hays Cape Suzanne Scharer
11:30AM

Sunday Welcome

11:40AM Sunday Keynote Lorena Mesa
12:30PM

Break

12:45PM Penetration Testing The Dev Interview: Attacks to Ace Interviews and Defenses to Build Better Teams Wes Winham An Intuitive Grasp of RegEx’s in Python Tom Fetherston Python, Robotics, OpenCV and Vision Robert Seward Community - From the Inside Out Yarko Tymciurak Welcome to CircuitPython! Kattni Rembor
01:30PM How I Learned to Code with My Dad Alexander Preston, Hank Preston Python in Serverless Architectures Daniel Lindeman Build GUIs with Python and Glade Terry Howald Auditing Your Site for Accessibility: Now What? Kat Passen
02:15PM A Son, a Father, and a Computer - How I'm Using Tech to Ease the Suffering of my Dying Father Greg Svoboda Containers Without the Magic Vince Salvino Duck Typing Is For The Birds Brad Hurley CSS as a Service: Maintaining Style Shay Howe
02:45PM

Break

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03:00PM Intro to Automation Using StackStorm and Python Nick Maludy
03:15PM Useful Python Libraries for Network Engineers Hank Preston Cheating on Your Math Homework with SymPy John Cassidy Distributed Software (with Python) Alexandru Barbur Bit Splotches: Dot Matrix Printing with Python Thomas Winningham
04:15PM Pandas on Jupyter: Improving Your Data Analysis Workflow Nick Macro Solving an NP-Hard Problem for Fun and Profit Raymond Chandler III Oh the Places You'll Go to Find Memory Leaks Ilya Gotfryd Creating an IoT Baseball Scoreboard with Python Christian Wyglendowski
04:45PM

Break

05:00PM

Close & Lightning Talks

06:00PM

Other Events — Sunday, July 29, 2018

  Rosa Ailabouni Tanya Rutner Brutus Buckeye
11:30AM

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Quiet Room

12:45PM

Open Space

Open Space

01:30PM

Open Space

Open Space

02:15PM

Open Space

Open Space

02:45PM

Break

03:15PM

Open Space

Open Space

04:15PM

Open Space

Open Space

04:45PM

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06:00PM
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