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Simplifying writing code with deliberate commits
Featuring Joel Chippindale
Do you ever find yourself juggling an ever growing list of things to think about when you are working on a feature? Do you find yourself losing track of what needs to be done next to make progress? If you do (and, spoiler, we all do), then this is the talk for you.python git programming programming-languages
GeoPandas, the geospatial extension for Pandas
Featuring Gareth Lloyd
This talk explores the power of spatial data, with an application based on John Snow's 1854 Cholera map. The famous map has many myths surrounding it, and I ask what John Snow could have done differently with modern GIS technology.python gis-technology pandas
Event Sourcing 101
Featuring Bob Gregory
Eventsourcing is a powerful technique for building complex domain models, but it can be hard to know how to get started. In this introductory talk, we'll build an event-sourced domain model from scratch. Check it out!domain-models event-sourcing event-sourcing-101 python
Quart; a asyncio alternative to Flask
Featuring Philip Jones
Flask is a great web mirco-framework, that is best utilised with event-loop concurrency. Sadly with Flask the event-loop framework can't be asyncio, although some extensions (Flask-Aiohttp) have tried. Quart is the solution as it shares the Flask API and is based on asyncio. In addition Quart...microservices flask asyncio quart python
Python Inside Your Database
Featuring Simon Riggs
PostgreSQL allows you to write stored functions and procedures in many languages, including Python. New facilities will be available in PostgreSQL 11, so this is a good time for a wide ranging discussion around this.microservices good-developing good-developer-practices postgresql python