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Friday 01 August 2014

Schedule is subject to change without notice.

  Theatre Breakout 1 Breakout 2
07:30
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08:50
Registration
Foyer
  DjangoCon Science & Data miniconf OpenStack miniconf
08:50
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09:00
Welcome
09:00
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10:25
09:00: Welcome 09:00: Welcome
09:05: Opening Keynote by Katie Cunningham
09:15: Monte Carlo Business Case Analysis with pandas by Arthur Street 09:15: OpenStack Identity and Federation by Jamie Lennox (Red Hat)
09:45: Python for Bioinformatics by Claire Sloggett
09:55: Python Build Reasonableness and Semantic Versioning by Robert Collins (HP)
10:00: Django's Migrations: A Retrospective by Andrew Godwin
10:25
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10:45
Morning Tea
Foyer
10:45
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12:00
10:50: Django Transactions: Past, Present, and Future by Christophe Pettus 10:50: PyMODIS: processing 14 years of NASA's remotely sensed MODIS imagery by Ben Davies 10:50: Tempest: OpenStack Integrated Testing by Matthew Treinish (HP)
11:20: Pandas 101 by Lex Hider
11:30: Changing the world with ZeroVM and Swift by Jakub Krajcovic (Rackspace Australia)
11:35: Using Django, Tasty Pie, and lxml for the Digital Humanities by Scot McPhee
12:00
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13:30
Lunch -- Uncatered
Grey Street
13:30
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15:20
13:30: Writing Reusable Django Apps by Jacob Haslehurst 13:30: Python, Pyramid, and Embedded Devices by Justin Clacherty 13:30: Deploy your Python app into an OpenStack cloud using Solum by Angus Salkeld (Rackspace Australia)
14:00: Class-based Views: Past, Present and Future by Russell Keith-Magee 14:00: Clustering of high-content screen images to discover off-target phenotypes by Juan Nunez-Iglesias
14:10: OpenStack security by Grant Murphy (Red Hat)
14:35: Multiplying really really big matrices by Paul Leopardi
14:50: Lightning talks 14:50: TripleO – What, Why, How by James Polley (HP)
15:00: Lost in High-dimensional Space? Python to the Rescue! by Jay Larson
15:20
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15:40
Afternoon Tea
Foyer
15:40
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17:10
15:45: How to be helped (or; Why is FunkyBob angry with me?) by Curtis Maloney 15:45: Stream Based Processing for Data Analysis by Lachlan Blackhall 15:45: How to Read the Logs by Anita Kuno (HP)
16:10: Closing Keynote by Tony Morris
16:15: Predictive Analytics with Python by Flemming Villalona
16:25: Large Scale Identification of Race Conditions (In OpenStack CI) by Joseph Gordon (HP)
17:00: Farewell 17:00: Farewell 17:00: Close

Schedule is subject to change without notice.