EuroPython 2016

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A lifelong coder, I spent my teens doing BASIC and assembler, my twenties doing C++ and Java but my thirties have been devoted to Python. I’m a keen advocate of writing less code and more tests and I love how easy Python makes that.

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Adam Collard

Adam Collard

Deployment/Continuous Integration and DeliveryPostgreSQLOpen-SourceAgileFunctional Programming and 7 more

I lead the team at Canonical developing Landscape and the OpenStack Autopilot. I write lots of code in Twisted, with a dash of Zope and lots of Juju for deployment to the clouds.


Adam Dangoor

Adam Dangoor

Python developer in Bristol, UK
stuffadammakes.com
DevelopmentFunctional ProgrammingDocumentationPython general

I have worked as a software engineer for the last three years, mostly with Python and mostly on open source software. I like to work on increasing confidence that code works and will continue to work. Last year I gave a talk on how to keep software documentation working at ...

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Adam Hayward

Adam Hayward

Director of Engineering at Travelperk.com
travelperk.com

Adrian Dziubek

Adrian Dziubek

I liked tinkering since early age. I tinkered with my computer as well as with bicycles, my other passion. The first tries ended badly for both. My bike fell apart two hours after I put it back together, the code wasn’t much better. But I continued programming and also ...

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Aitzol Naberan

Aitzol Naberan

DevelopmentDeployment/Continuous Integration and DeliveryCommand-LineMobileDjango and 2 more

Alain Martin

Alain Martin

Build (-system) Master @ Ableton
Software DesignTeachingCommunityOpen-SourceFun and Humor

Alain is a Software Engineer at Ableton, where he works in the DevTools team, which takes care of creating and improving tools for the application developers. His main programming skills are in C++ and QML, but he loves writing scripts in Python, especially when they end up being used several ...

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Alejandro Villamarin

Alejandro Villamarin

always trying to learn while having fun!
www.internetmosquito.com
Best PracticePostgreSQLWeb GeneralBig DataFun and Humor and 7 more

My working experience begun with the R&D industry, working mostly with Java-Eclipse, I rapidly grow boring of the R&D world and decided to move on to create OpenCoast with my colleague Olivier Duperray. Since then, we swicthed to Python as the base of our techonology stack , and I ...

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Aleksey Kutepov

Aleksey Kutepov

I'm going
Python generalAPIsAlgorithmsOpenStackDatabases

Python and JavaScript dev but not only.

Hello friends! I’s born in 80s and enjoying engineering. My early days fun: ZX Spectrum (Z80 assembler) and MK-52 programming. Later at university: ES-1035 EVM “witness” (ahaha, I slept in CPU room) and operator (Fortran) along with IBM 486DX (Turbo Pascal rocks ...

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Alessandro Amici

Alessandro Amici

Enthusiasm matters!
bopen.eu
Image ProcessingData ScienceGEO and GISTest Libraries (pyTest/node/...)Scientific Libraries (Numpy/Pandas/SciKit/...)

I serve as CTO and technical lead at B-Open Solutions (Rome, Italy), a software consulting company I co-founded in 2004, that develops remote sensing and geospatial solutions. My responsibilities range from business model definition to actual coding, mostly in Python. In my free time I do coding competitions and in ...

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