← back to posts

PyGotham 2019: Day 2

Day 2 of the PyGotham conference was on Saturday. I expected there to be way more people, but surprisingly, the opposite has happened. Day 2 count was twice as small, or at least that is how it felt. Below are the note from Day 2.

You can see Day 1 notes here

Please note: I took some pictures, but am not able to upload that as of this second. As soon as I can, I will updateCreated the post.Please note: I took some pictures, but am not able to upload that as of this second. As soon as I can, I will updateCreated the post.

1000x faster data manipulation: vectorizing with Pandas and Numpy

Nathan Cheever @AdvancedMD Ds

  • For loop vs vectorization
  • Vectorization working with array or series without for loops, rather all at once.
    • You are probably already doing that to some degree
  • To perform conditional vectorization do: numpy.where()
  • Numpy.vectorize()
  • Numpy.select() for multiple ifs / elifs
  • Pd.shift() to create anoer plumn with values shofted
  • talked about Dask
  • Kubernetes shirt

Using Dash to Create Interactive Web Apps for Non Technical Audience

Joseph Willi, @underwriters labarotory

AZV Dashboard (Arizona Vortex)

  • Great company, mission oriented
  • Their job is to fire staff and gather data
  • Somehow connected physical devices such that the plotly days gathers data from the device and inputs it to the dashboard

Distributed Machine Learning with Python

Brad Miro @google

  • Latest ml updateCreateds,: Gpu, Tensorflow unit
  • Latest ml updateCreateds,: Gpu, Tensorflow unit
  • Kubeflow, marries Tensorflow and Kubernetes

Pull Requests: Merging good practices into your project

Luca Bezerra - vinta

  • Code review , even if unwanted adds greatly to the project
  • Best practices:
    • Pull request template.md on github
    • Status checks prevent branches merging without checks
    • Contributing .md for collaboration
    • Enforce approval/merge rules : codeowners.nd
    • Using gitflow makes sure your branches are always up to dateCreated
    • Using gitflow makes sure your branches are always up to dateCreated
      • Branches are cheap and great flexibility
    • Keep pr size as small as possible
    • More clear commit messages (talk about what and how ),
    • Use linters when possible
  • Tips & tools
    • Refined GitHub
    • Deploy Previews (Netlify)
  • Check Vinta checklist

Jane Doe will help you improve your project

Rebecca Sarai - Vinta

  • Netflix prizes - challenge
  • Talk is about anonimization
  • Psedonymization - is personal data , but you hide the data in a particular manner , includes
    • Tokenization, etc.
  • Anonimization no data that considered personal and can be sued to identify a person
    • Static
    • Dynamic
    • Synthetic

The Cat's Alive! Add Some Weirdness To Your Code With Quantum Computing

Jorn Mossel, Marianne Hoogeveen

  • Classical computer works with 0 and 1
  • Qubit can be a bit of both (circular form)

Oh, the Humanities! Interdisciplinary Thinking in Python

Lisa Tagliaferri - wrote tutorials for Digital Ocean

  • Research on how women men are described in certain ages.
  • Text from Gutenberg projects were analyzed
  • Very interesting
  • Text analysis might not be that scary after all. It never was , bit now it is certainly interesting enough to give it a try
  • Gender novels project
  • Caterina.io
  • Hacktober fest

Serverless Deep Learning with Python

Alizishaan Khatri @Kony Machine Learning Engineer

  • Kony builds applications for banks
  • Unfortunately I do not follow at all

Airflow in Practice: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love DAGs

Sarah Schattschneider - software engineer @blue apron - hiring

  • One of advantages is the more advanced alerting system
  • Good cli and UI
  • Open Sourced by Airbnb


If you enjoyed this post, or found it useful, please consider signing up to my newsletter. Every week, I share my thoughts on cool stuff I found around the internet. No spam, ever. Unsubscribe any time.

0 Webmentions

Want to respond? Reply, like, reply or bookmark on Twitter :)