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This is Ian Ozsvald's blog (@IanOzsvald), I'm an entrepreneurial geek, a Data Science/ML/NLP/AI consultant, author of O'Reilly's High Performance Python book, co-organiser of PyDataLondon, a Pythonista, co-founder of ShowMeDo and also a Londoner. Here's a little more about me.

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27 October 2008 - 19:02CNET shows my BrandWatch ProCast

I’m rather proud to say that CNET covered my client BrandWatch and that my 3 minute screencast which introduces BrandWatch’s features is embedded in the article.

The article’s author, Josh, saw my ProCast whilst searching Vimeo for ‘screencasts’.  BrandWatch received a great set of referrals from the article and Giles (CEO) is very pleased with the response.  I glow.

If you need professional screencasting services, get in contact.

professional screencasting

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24 October 2008 - 15:37Brighton Python Meet, Weds Oct 29th

We’re having our second Brighton Python (Upcoming) meetup next week on Weds Oct 29th at The Hampton Arms (gmap), a 15 min walk from Brighton station.  The pub is 5 minutes from the Churchill shopping Centre and the clocktower off of Western Road (the main shopping road that runs parallel to the sea front).

This is the same location that we used for the last meet and again we’re combining this with the Brighton freelancer Farm meetup for a larger crowd.

Some more details are in this previous post, hope to see you there!

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8 October 2008 - 15:47Brighton Python Meetup (Oct 29th)

John and I are organising another Brighton Python meet for the evening of Wednesday Oct 29th (Upcoming for details). [photo by southtyrolean]

We threw one months back along with Paul Silver’s The Farm freelancers, we filled the The Hampton Arms with close to 60 geeks IIRC.  The pub is a 15 minute walk from Brighton station (note to GnuBlade and other Londoners, this pub is much closer to the station than the building we use for £5 App meets!).

Amongst others we had Jim of SecondLife UK, a Microsoftie who likes lightweight languages, several pyQT programmers from a medical company and a whole bunch of others.

As before it’ll just be a meet n’greet pub outing, I’m expecting 10-20 Pythonistas along with 20-40 Farmers (they’re PHP, Web, db, graphics etc local freelancers), lots of beer and conversation.

Please sign-up (Upcoming) so we’ve an idea of who will be along.

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