EuroPython 2014: full conference on YouTube

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EuroPython 2014 was held last week (July 21 – 27) at the Berlin Congress Center (BCC) in Germany.

The EuroPython conference is the second largest global conference for the popular programming language Python, after the PyCon US conference in North America.

For all of you that did not go, the full conference is available on YouTube (120 videos):

  1. Welcome [20:56]
  2. pymove3D Winner Announcement [21:05]
  3. One year of Snowden, what’s next? [58:00]
  4. What can python learn from Haskell? [41:20]
  5. Lightning Talks [40:18]
  6. Amanda: A New Generation of Distributed Services Framework [24:50]
  7. Will I still be able to get a job in 2024 if I don’t do… [46:47]
  8. Cutting-edge APIs using hypermedia at BSkyB [32:30]
  9. Mobile Games to the Cloud With Python [29:45]
  10. Statistics 101 for System Administrators [29:45]
  11. The Magic of Attribute Access [26:47]
  12. Pythonista: A full-featured Python environment for iOS … [40:32]
  13. Brain Waves for Hackers [33:36]
  14. Rethinking packaging, development and deployment [40:21]
  15. The Sorry State of SSL [44:56]
  16. Traversing Mazes the pythonic way and other Algorithmic… [44:50]
  17. The Cython Compiler for Python [48:01]
  18. Message-passing concurrency for Python [42:02]
  19. Extending Python, what is the best option for me? [32:22]
  20. Marconi – OpenStack Queuing and Notification Service [24:37]
  21. Solution oriented error handling [28:19]
  22. Web Scraping in Python 101 [20:18]
  23. Jigna: a seamless Python-JS bridge to create rich HTML … [23:36]
  24. How to make a full fledged REST API with Django OAuth T… [23:59]
  25. Documenting your project with MkDocs. [22:09]
  26. VPython goes to School [25:17]
  27. Full Stack Python [25:47]
  28. Using python, LXC and linux to create a mass VM hosting… [23:09]
  29. log everything with logstash and elasticsearch [18:29]
  30. Gamers do REST [24:20]
  31. Teaching Python [28:09]
  32. PyPy status talk (a.k.a.: no no, PyPy is not dead) [31:38]
  33. pymove3D – Python moves the world – Attractive programm… [23:10]
  34. Designing NRT(NearRealTime) stream processing systems :… [36:35]
  35. GNU/Linux Hardware Emulation with Python [20:34]
  36. Lightning Talks [1:22:47]
  37. Our decentralized future [47:06]
  38. Writing multi-language documentation using Sphinx [24:46]
  39. How we switched our 800+ projects from Apache to uWSGI [28:20]
  40. Introduction to pytest [29:16]
  41. Embedding Python: Charming the Snake with C++ [28:06]
  42. SQLAlchemy Drill [28:37]
  43. Design considerations while Evaluating, Developing, Dep… [40:39]
  44. Using All These Cores: Transactional Memory in PyPy [42:01]
  45. gevent: asynchronous I/O made easy [44:01]
  46. Scaling with Ansible [40:37]
  47. Don’t fear our new robot overlords! [38:43]
  48. Systems Integration: The OpenStack success story [40:00]
  49. Performance Python for Numerical Algorithms [48:28]
  50. DevOps Risk Mitigation: Test Driven Infrastructure [47:25]
  51. Compress Me, Stupid! [35:45]
  52. Stackless: Recent advancements and future goals [44:41]
  53. Design Your Tests [25:32]
  54. Automatic code reviews [20:49]
  55. Supercharge your development environment using Docker [22:36]
  56. An HTTP request’s journey through a platform-as-a-service [24:13]
  57. 3D sensors and Python: A space odyssey [22:40]
  58. How to Setup a new Python Project [24:45]
  59. Graph Databases, a little connected tour [25:33]
  60. Identifying Bugs Before Runtime With Jedi [25:04]
  61. Python refactoring with Rope and Traad [25:02]
  62. I want to help! How to make your first contribution to … [19:14]
  63. Managing the Cloud with a Few Lines of Python [25:37]
  64. How to become an Agile company – case study [22:30]
  65. For lack of a better name(server): DNS Explained [24:54]
  66. Python in system testing [23:10]
  67. Lightning Talks [1:28:23]
  68. Advanced Uses of py.test Fixtures [26:32]
  69. Multiplatform binary packaging and distribution of your… [20:20]
  70. Conversing with people living in poverty [29:12]
  71. Eve – REST APIs for Humans™ [30:44]
  72. The Shogun Machine Learning Toolbox [19:47]
  73. RISCy Business: Development of a RNAi design and off-ta… [25:05]
  74. How Disqus is using Django as the basis of our Service … [30:59]
  75. Metaprogramming, from decorators to macros [39:03]
  76. Support Python 2 and 3 with the same code [39:58]
  77. The Return of “The Return of Peer to Peer Computing”. [39:35]
  78. Python Debugger Uncovered [31:12]
  79. Writing Awesome Command-Line Programs in Python [41:25]
  80. Elasticsearch from the bottom up [36:54]
  81. Scikit-learn to “learn them all” [40:17]
  82. How Pony ORM translates Python generators to SQL queries [44:55]
  83. Probabilistic Programming in Python [45:35]
  84. Morepath: a Python Web Framework with Super Powers [27:46]
  85. Python for Zombies: 15.000 enrolled in the first Brazil… [26:11]
  86. The inner guts of Bitbucket [28:50]
  87. Learning Chess from data [21:58]
  88. Red Hat Loves Python [23:28]
  89. Jython in practice [25:51]
  90. packaging and testing with devpi and tox [26:46]
  91. Non Sequitur: An exploration of Python’s random module [29:13]
  92. Packaging in packaging: dh-virtualenv [31:34]
  93. The Continuum Platform: Advanced Analytics and Web-base… [24:55]
  94. Farewell and Welcome Home: Python in Two Genders [31:42]
  95. Lessons learned from building Elasticsearch client [24:41]
  96. Pioneering the Future of Computing Education [25:55]
  97. Lightning Talks [1:31:25]
  98. How to become a software developer in science? [24:53]
  99. Python’s Role in Big Data Analytics: Past, Present, and… [49:45]
  100. Combining the powerful worlds of Python and R [25:54]
  101. Scientific Visualization with GR [23:19]
  102. Scalable Realtime Architectures in Python [28:31]
  103. Python Driven Company [35:12]
  104. Out-of-Core Columnar Datasets [22:32]
  105. Twisted Names: DNS Building Blocks for Python Programmers [27:51]
  106. Event discrete simulation with SimPy [25:16]
  107. Advanced Database Programming with Python [31:00]
  108. Using asyncio (aka Tulip) for home automation [26:57]
  109. Concurrent programming with Python and my little experiment [21:12]
  110. Big Data Analytics with Python using Stratosphere [20:26]
  111. Practical PyBuilder [23:01]
  112. Building Realtime Web Applications with WebRTC and Python [20:18]
  113. Ganga: an interface to the LHC computing grid [24:28]
  114. Extending Scikit-Learn with your own Regressor [25:54]
  115. Post-Mortem Debugging with Heap-Dumps [26:54]
  116. Fun with cPython memory allocator [28:36]
  117. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Memory in Python But Were Afraid to Ask [29:04]
  118. Conference Closing [15:52]
  119. Lightning Talks [1:16:09]
  120. Sponsoring von Open Source [28:02]

If you manage to watch all of them… you deserve a medal! 😉

source: http://www.youtube.com/user/europython2014

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