Python Presentation Night

Mar 28, 2018 · San Francisco, United States of America

On March 28th, join PyLadies for an exciting line-up of talks.

Tonight's talks:

1. Speaker: Jennifer Basalone, Engineering Manager, Dropbox

Title: Python decorators and how to use them

Bio: Jennifer is the leader for Hardware Engineering at Dropbox. Her team focuses on designing the next generation compute, storage, and database servers as well as build the automation and management systems for the fleet using Python.

2. Speaker: Reia Cho, System Engineer at Dropbox

Title: How Dropbox uses Python to Manage its Server Fleet

Bio: Reia Cho is a Berkeley Graduate and a Systems Engineer on the Hardware team at Dropbox focused on Performance engineering and modeling. She and her team design and manage the hardware fleet that Dropbox runs on.

3. Speaker: Daniel Mizyrycki

Title: Visualizing Heat with IoT and MicroPython

Bio: Daniel Mizyrycki has been programming in Python for over a decade in industry (GreenBusinessCA, Amazon, Docker) and educational (CCSF, RCSD) environments. He loves Python's community being a PSF Contributing Member at SFPython, PyLadies, Baypiggies, PyCon, speaker at PyBay and authoring sphinxserve and loadconfig. Today, he teaches Python to hundreds of Cisco engineers.

All PyPeople are welcome. Please note all attendees should abide by the Code of Conduct (http://www.ladynerds.org/code_of_conduct/)

Schedule:

6:00: Check in, eat, and mingle

6:30: Presentations start

8:30: Lights out

Logistics:

OpenDNS is located close to the BART/Muni and Caltrain Station (King St & 4th St, San Francisco @ 4th & King St).
Location is Wheelchair accessible.
Due to construction, there are no gender neutral restrooms available.

A huge thank you to OpenDNS (https://umbrella.cisco.com/) for hosting us and providing pizza, beer and wine!

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  • PyLadies of San Francisco

    We are an international mentorship group with a focus on helping more women and people who identify as women in a way significant to them become active participants and leaders in the Python open-source community. Our mission is to promote, educate and advance a diverse Python community through outreach, education, conferences, events and social gatherings. PyLadies also aims to provide a friendly support network for women and a bridge to the larger Python world. Anyone with an interest in Python is encour

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