On 13 Feb 2019, join ~180 devs at SF Python's presentation night & learn more about how you can use Python to manage application state & its dependencies & more!
Please register on tito: https://ti.to/sf-python/feb-2019-presentation-night
If you'd like to present at future meetups, please submit your talk ideas at https://goo.gl/forms/THhCxuqAeqA73QF22.
Our generous sponsor Yelp will also provide pizza & drinks for this evening.
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Short talk(~10 mins)
Dependency Management, Alex Becker
Python web developer at Coalition, a cybersecurity insurance startup. Author of https://github.com/alexbecker/dotlock, a python dependency management tool.
This talk looks at why dependency management is important & hard, explains the shortcomings of using a requirements.txt file alone to track dependencies, & examines the tradeoffs of advanced dependency management tools (pipenv, dotlock) & methods (bundling).
Main talk (30 mins)
When booleans are not enough... State Machines?, Harrington Joseph
Harrington is a software engineer, living in sunny California. He is part of the Big Data Platform team at Netflix, with the mission of making data accessible & easy to use in an efficient way. His work is mostly focused on data orchestration & event-driven architectures.
Harrington grew up in Venezuela & moved to Spain to pursue his master degree in artificial intelligence. As a hobby, he enjoys coding, tinkering with electronics & manufacturing parts for his robotic projects. He also likes spending time outdoors, hiking & enjoying nature with friends & family.
Booleans are great to represent single states, but when it comes to multiple ones, they are far from ideal. This talk aims to explore cases where booleans are not the right solution, & how state machines may be a better approach when designing objects that describe multiple states & behaviors.
6:00p - Check-in & mingle, with food provided by our generous sponsor!
7:05p - Welcome
7:30p - Door close
7:10p - Announcements, lightning talks & main talk
8:15p - More mingling
9:30p - Hard stop
SF Python is run by volunteers aiming to foster the Python community in the Bay Area. Please consider making a donation to SF Python & saying a big thank you to Yelp for providing pizza, beer, & the venue for this Wednesday's meetup.
Yelp sees 89 million mobile users & 79 million desktop users every month. Keeping everything running smoothly requires the best & brightest in the industry. Their engineers come from diverse technical backgrounds & value digital craftsmanship, open-source, & creative problem-solving. They write tests, review code, & push multiple times a day. Come out & talk to them.