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Meet up

aiohttp / GeoPandas

Wednesday, 23rd January at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by The London Python Group in January 2019

This months London Python will be exploring the power of spatial data, with an application based on John Snow's 1854 Cholera map and how to make Python truly asynchronous with aiohttp! Come join us!

Agenda

6:30 PM : Doors open

7:00 PM : GeoPandas, the geospatial extension for Pandas - Gareth Lloyd

7:30 PM : Making 100 million requests with Python aiohttp - Andy Balaam

GeoPandas, the geospatial extension for Pandas

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.

Gareth Lloyd

Gareth is CTO at Housekeep, London's biggest and best home cleaning platform. Before that he was one of the earliest employees at Conversocial. He has used Django on everything he's built ever since he found it and fell in love 7 years ago.

Making 100 million requests with Python aiohttp

Andy will talk about how to make Python truly asynchronous with aiohttp and have some fun seeing how hard you can push it

Andy Balaam

Andy is a lead dev at OpenMarket, previously at IBM

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

This months London Python will be exploring the power of spatial data, with an application based on John Snow's 1854 Cholera map and how to make Python truly asynchronous with aiohttp! Come join us!

Agenda

6:30 PM : Doors open

7:00 PM : GeoPandas, the geospatial extension for Pandas - Gareth Lloyd

7:30 PM : Making 100 million requests with Python aiohttp - Andy Balaam

GeoPandas, the geospatial extension for Pandas

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.

Gareth Lloyd

Gareth is CTO at Housekeep, London's biggest and best home cleaning platform. Before that he was one of the earliest employees at Conversocial. He has used Django on everything he's built ever since he found it and fell in love 7 years ago.

Making 100 million requests with Python aiohttp

Andy will talk about how to make Python truly asynchronous with aiohttp and have some fun seeing how hard you can push it

Andy Balaam

Andy is a lead dev at OpenMarket, previously at IBM

Thanks to our sponsors

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Attending Members