PyCon 2014, full conference on YouTube


PyCon US 2014 is being held in Montreal and the conference was last weekend (April 11-13).

PyCon is the largest annual gathering for the community using and developing the open-source Python programming language.

For all of you that did no go, the full conference is available as 138 YouTube videos:

  1. Python Epiphanies
  2. Opening Statements – PyCon 2014 (2014/04/11)
  3. mrjob: Snakes on a Hadoop
  4. Mining Social Web APIs with IPython Notebook
  5. Lightning talks – Saturday morning
  6. How to formulate a (science) problem and analyze it using Python code
  7. Hands-on intro to Python for beginning programmers
  8. Getting Started with Django, a crash course
  9. Exploring Machine Learning with Scikit-learn
  10. Diving deeper into Machine Learning with Scikit-learn
  11. Descriptors and Metaclasses – Understanding and Using Python’s More Advanced Features
  12. 0 to 00111100 with web2py
  13. What Is Async, How Does It Work, And When Should I Use It?
  14. Twisted Mixing
  15. Turn Your Computer Into a Server
  16. The Young Coder: Let’s Learn Python
  17. The State of Crypto in Python
  18. The Python Pipeline: Why you should reach out to local teachers
  19. Teaching Python: To Infinity and Beyond
  20. TDD for web applications, from scratch
  21. Straightening Out AngularJS with Python
  22. So you want to be a full-stack developer? How to build a full-stack python
  23. Shiny, Let’s Be Bad Guys: Exploiting and Mitigating the Top 10
  24. Search 101: An Introduction to Information Retrieval
  25. Realtime predictive analytics using scikit-learn & RabbitMQ
  26. Python Scraping Showdown: A performance and accuracy review
  27. Python + Geographic Data = BFFs
  28. Python for Social Scientists
  29. Python 3/2 Web Development with Pyramid
  30. Puppet Modules: Apps for Ops
  31. PostgreSQL Proficiency for Python People
  32. Pickles are for Delis, not Software
  33. Lightning talks – Sunday morning
  34. Let’s Learn Twisted Python
  35. Kneel And Disconnect: Getting The Fastest Connection Out Of A Hostname
  36. Keynote – John Perry Barlow
  37. IPython in depth: high productivity interactive and parallel python
  38. Introduction to Web (and data!) Scraping with Python
  39. Introduction to SQLAlchemy
  40. Introduction to Regular Expressions
  41. Introduction to game programming
  42. Improving automated testing with py.test
  43. Import-ant Decisions
  44. How to Get Started with Machine Learning
  45. Hello Physical World: A Crash Course on the Internet of Things
  46. Hands-on with Pydata: how to build a minimal
  47. Getting Started with SaltStack
  48. Getting Hy on Python: How to implement a Lisp front-end to Python
  49. Generators: The Final Frontier
  50. For Lack of a Better Name(server): DNS Explained.
  51. Flask by Example
  52. Faster Python Programs through Optimization
  53. Fan-in and Fan-out: The crucial components of concurrency
  54. Enough Machine Learning to Make Hacker News Readable Again
  55. Dynamics and Control with Python
  56. Django for Web Designers and Front End Developers
  57. Distributed task processing using Celery
  58. Distributed Computing Is Hard, Lets Go Shopping
  59. Decorators: A Powerful Weapon in your Python Arsenal
  60. Data Wrangling for Kaggle Data Science Competitions — An etude
  61. Contribute with me! Getting started with open source development
  62. Computer science fundamentals for self-taught programmers
  63. Character encoding and Unicode in Python
  64. Castle Anthrax: Dungeon Generation Techniques
  65. Cache me if you can: memcached, caching patterns and best practices
  66. By Your Bootstraps: Porting Your Application to Python3
  67. Build your own PiDoorbell! – Learn Home Automation with Python
  68. Building and breaking a Python sandbox
  69. Blending art, technology, and light, Python for interactive and real time
  70. Beyond Defaults: Creating Polished Visualizations Using Matplotlib
  71. Bayesian statistics made simple
  72. Application Deployment State of the Onion
  73. Ansible – Python-Powered Radically Simple IT Automation
  74. An Introduction to Twisted
  75. All Your Ducks In A Row: Data Structures in the Standard Library and Beyond
  76. Advanced methods for creating decorators
  77. Writing RESTful web services with Flask
  78. Which messaging layer should you use if you want to build
  79. What is coming in Python packaging
  80. Upgrade your Web Development Toolchain
  81. Unit Testing Makes Your Code Better
  82. Track memory leaks in Python
  83. The Sorry State of SSL
  84. The Day of the EXE Is Upon Us
  85. Technical on-boarding, training, and mentoring.
  86. Subprocess to FFI: Memory, Performance, and Why You Shouldn’t Shell Out
  87. So You Want to Build an API?
  88. Software Engineering Research for Hackers: Bridging the Two Solitudes
  89. Software Carpentry: Lessons Learned
  90. Smart Dumpster: Employing Python to Report Real-Time Resource
  91. Set your code free: releasing and maintaining an open-source Python project
  92. See Docs Run. Run, Docs, Run!
  93. Sane schema migrations with Alembic and SQLAlchemy
  94. REST is not enough: Using Push Notifications to better support your mobile clients
  95. Quick Wins for Better Website Security
  96. Python packaging simplified, for end users, app developers
  97. Python in the Browser: Intro to Brython
  98. Pushing Python: Building a High Throughput, Low Latency System
  99. Programming an Autonomous 20 Foot Blimp with Python
  100. PostgreSQL is Web Scale (Really)
  101. Postgres Performance for Humans
  102. Performance Testing and Profiling: A Virtuous Cycle
  103. Outreach Program for Women: Lessons in Collaboration
  104. My big gay adventure. Making, releasing and selling an indie game made in python.
  105. Multi-factor Authentication – Possession Factors
  106. Localization Revisited
  107. Lightning talks – Sunday morning
  108. Lightning talks – Saturday evening
  109. Know Thy Neighbor: Scikit and the K-Nearest Neighbor Algorithm
  110. Keynote – Van Lindberg
  111. Keynote – Jessica McKellar
  112. Keynote – Guido Van Rossum
  113. Keynote – Fernando Perez
  114. It’s Dangerous to Go Alone: Battling the Invisible Monsters in Tech
  115. Introduction to SQLAlchemy Core
  116. Introduction to Docker
  117. In Depth PDB
  118. Hitchhikers Guide to Participating in Open Source
  119. Getting Started Testing
  120. Garbage Collection in Python
  121. Games for Science: Creating interactive psychology experiments
  122. Fast Python, Slow Python
  123. Farewell and Welcome Home: Python in Two Genders
  124. Django: The good parts
  125. Diving into Open Data with IPython Notebook & Pandas
  126. Discovering Python
  127. Developing Flask Extensions
  128. Designing Poetic APIs
  129. Designing Django’s Migrations
  130. Deliver Your Software In An Envelope
  131. Data intensive biology in the cloud: instrumenting ALL the things
  132. Closing address – PyCon 2014 (2014/04/13)
  133. Cheap Helicopters In My Living Room
  134. Building the App
  135. A Scenic Drive through the Django Request-Response Cycle
  136. Analyzing Rap Lyrics with Python
  137. Advanced techniques for Web functional testing
  138. 2D/3D graphics with Python on mobile platforms

Now you need some serious time off to view all that!



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