|The PyCon AU and SciPy 2023 Sessions Are Now Online|
|Written by Nikos Vaggalis|
|Friday, 15 September 2023|
The talks presented at the 2023 PyCon Australia and SciPy are now available as YouTube playlists. Topics ranged from Data cleaning and visualization to APIs, GUIs and Parallelism.
This year's SciPy conference was held in Austin Texas during July 10-16, while PyCon Australia was held in Adelaide between 18–22 August 2023. These videod sessions are in addition to the other conference we looked into this year, that of the Python Web Conference.
For those not initiated, SciPy is a community dedicated to the advancement of scientific computing through open source Python software for mathematics, science, and engineering. PyCon AU on the other hand is a programming conference, not a hackercon and is designed for developers, users, and practitioners of the Python programming language.
So without further ado let's look what the talks available were about, starting out with SciPy's. There are 59 videos uploaded ranging from Open Source Tools to the Exploration of the Milky Way, Scientific and technical publishing and Computer Vision.
Fast Exploration of the Milky Way or any other n dimensional dataset
Bayesian Statistics with Python No Resampling Necessary
Can There Be Too Much Parallelism?
Pandera: Beyond Pandas Data Validation
In this talk, you will learn about Pandera and its journey from being a pandas-only validator to a generic tool for testing arbitrary data containers so that it can provide a standardized way of creating data validation tools.
Now let's turn our attention to PyCon. Its playlist consists of 85 videos and as already said this is a more programmer oriented conference and as such more approachable addressing a larger target audience than SciPy.
Many talks here too, with subjects ranging from Open Source, Diagnostics, Serverless, APIs, GUIs, etc;you name it. From that lot we singled out the most promising:
Diagnostics-Seeing Inside Your Application Without Logging
In this talk, you learn a number of practical and pythonic techniques for serving custom diagnostics from within your application.
Using Python to stream media using GStreamer for WebRTC and RTSP applications
The Hidden Unity of APIs and Event Streams
Generating Python bindings to C++ libraries
How to build a cross-platform graphical user interface with Python
...but there's so much more.
It's almost certain that you'll find something that catches your attention between those two conferences. Enjoy with a cup of coffee.
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|Last Updated ( Friday, 15 September 2023 )|