Archive of month: February 2014

PyDataLondon 2014 Write-up

We’ve just drawn PyDataLondon 2014 to a close, it has been a wonderfully successful weekend. The growth of Python’s use for data science in the last few years here in the UK is pretty phenomenal. Many thanks to Continuum Analytics and NumFocus for backing and organising the PyData conferences. “Start of the week after busy […]

High Performance Python at PyDataLondon 2014

Yesterday I spoke on The High Performance Python Landscape at PyDataLondon 2014 (our first PyData outside of the USA – see my write-up). I was blessed with a full room and interesting questions. With Micha I’m authoring a High Performance Python book with O’Reilly (email list for early access) and I took the topics from […]

PyData London Abstracts Announced

I’m very pleased to say that the talks and tutorials are public now, listed on the Abstracts page, this is the first draft of the acceptances so maybe there will be some changes but we’re treating it as ‘mostly done’. The schedule will follow later (the conference is backed by a non-profit and the organisation […]