I’ll be running a workshop at the European ODSC this 8th of June. The objective of the session is to provide some basic understanding of Python as a language to be used for data processing. Python syntax is very readable and easy to work with, and its rich ecosystem of libraries makes it one of the most popular programming languages in the World. We will see some common tools and characteristics of Python that are basic to analyze data, like how to import data from files and to generate results in multiple… Read More
I gave last November an online talk (at 2020 demands) in the PyLadies Dublin about the general software architecture that we are using in one of the projects that I’m working on, a proctoring tool for online exams. It’s on the minute 26 go the video, the other talks are also quite interesting. (the talk is directly accessible by the URL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIY-Z7daEG0&t=26m10s ) Hope you like it!
Just putting here the slides for my presentation in the PyCon Ireland, that are a follow up from this blog post. I’ll try to include the video if/when available. I hand drawn all the slides myself, so it was a lot of fun work! Enjoy! A Django project template for a RESTful application using Docker from Jaime Buelta
Another year, another amazing PyCon. I guess I repeat myself, but I keep being impressed about the quality of the talks and the friendly, vibrant atmosphere. It is always a pleasure to spend some time with people interested in code and technology… There was also an increase in the number attendees, and quite a lot students. I said that on Twitter, but Python Ireland, you guys rock. Of all the talks I attend to, I’d like to comment two that were especially interesting. The first was one of the keynotes, PRISM-as-a-Service: Not… Read More
Well, as usual, this year’s PyCon Ireland has been amazing. I always get impressed by the high quality of the talks and, in general, how much the attendants know. It is always a pleasure to share some thoughts about technology with incredibly talented people. Python Ireland is doing a great job. This year I didn’t give one talk, but TWO! It was very exhausting, but fun. I am posting the slides here, in case someone find them interesting… You can also download the source Keynote file, which includes notes. EDIT: Videos added
I almost forget to put this presentation I gave in PyCon Ireland 2011 this month. It’s about some problems and solutions working on Utopia Kingdoms game regarding scalability. So, here are the slides UPDATE: In case anyone is interested, here is the talk, courtesy of PyCon Ireland 😉
On the PyCon Ireland I give a talk comparing between Django, Ruby on Rails and Grails framework… I just forget to put a link on this blog! The presentation can be found at Prezi, and there is even a video, if someone wants to make funny comments on my exotic accent 😛 A problem with the projector doesn’t allow me to display the slides, so I felt a little weird taking the laptop and pointing at the screen, but the people making the video has make their homework and shows the proper… Read More
Yesterday I gave a presentation in the Python Ireland October meeting about some work we are doing with mongoengine and SQLAchemy and how we are managing three databases (MS SQL server, MySQL and MongoDB) on an online football management game we are working on. So, here are the slides, so feel free to make comments, ask questions and even criticize them! You can also download the presentation on PDF here. PD: When I talk about football game, I’m referring to soccer.
Yesterday I give a talk about the use of Django in my actual position at Jolt Online Gaming. on the Python Ireland group I talked a little, using one recent system as example, about our production configuration, use of Django on non-typical ways, work with the database and other tools we use related. At least there were a lot of questions and comments and some great conversation afterwards, so I think it was interesting for the people attending… So there are the slides (in PDF), in case anyone want to take a… Read More