Boulder Python Monthly Meetup

Jun 12, 2018 · Boulder, United States of America

6:30pm, Pseudonymization Techniques in Python (Frank Valcarcel)
Protecting user data has always been an important task, but now thanks to GDPR, it's the law! Join Boulder Python's co-organizer Frank for a discussion on data protection using a technique known as pseudonymization. If you're concerned about best practices for protecting user identities in your apps, you don't want to miss this talk!

6:55pm, Sponsor shout-outs, meetup announcements, hiring announcements, mingle.

7:15pm, Second Talk (TBD)

Our meetup has implemented the PyCon "Code of Conduct" (https://us.pycon.org/2018/about/code-of-conduct/) for ensuring all members attending a session feel included and heard. Thanks for your mutual respect to one another.

Want to give a talk at a future meetup? Submit your talk idea here: https://www.boulderpython.org/submit

Join the conversation! We hang out in #meetup-python and #help-python on the Denver Devs Slack Community. (get an invite at denverdevs.org (https://denverdevs.org/))

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  • Boulder Python

    Boulder Python is a meetup for Python developers. We are framework agnostic and love everything Python! We meet on the second Tuesday of every month at Galvanize Boulder.  If you'd like to give a talk at a future meetup, please submit it here: https://www.boulderpython.org/submit At any point, you can see where talks are in the review process by checking out our transparent submission board on Trello: https://trello.com/b/wm8hatnW/submissions You can find all the information about our community at boulder

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