Conference Schedule

Due to the way lunch is staggered, it might appear visually that those session are longer than others. It's just a product of how the grid works.

Saturday February 22nd, 2014

  Auditorium Room 100 Room 200 Room 400
08:00AM

Breakfast/Registration

09:00AM Going Pro!
Cal Evans
10:45AM

Break

11:00AM Using IPython Notebook to analyze Django model data
Adam Haney
Building a salt-based development infrastructure
Tim O'Guin
Semantic Search and Recommendation with Solr and SciPy
John Berryman
Pyramid Development in a Nutshell
Tres Seaver
11:55AM Open Sourcing Mental Illness
Edward Finkler
Building rich web apps with ember.js and django
Toran Billups
Test-driven Django Development
Kevin Harvey
12:30PM

Open Sourcing Mental Illness - Edward Finkler

Lunch 1

12:45PM

Lunch

01:20PM

Lunch

Understanding and Augmenting Reality with Python
Eric Floehr
When Firefox Face-plants: Socorro, the Mozilla Crash Reporter
K Lars Lohn
01:35PM Building and breaking a Python sandbox
Jessica McKellar

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See Docs Run. Run, Docs, Run!
Catherine Devlin
02:15PM Documentation is King
Kenneth Reitz
Amazon Redshift: What You Need To Know
Brian Dailey
Testing: It's Not Just For Your Code
Christopher Laco
JavaScript all the Things
Jacques Woodcock
03:00PM

Break

03:15PM Going beyond the Django ORM limitations with Postgres
Craig Kerstiens
Bayesian Statistical Analysis with PyMC
Chris Fonnesbeck
Developing Flask Extensions
Rachel Sanders
A Gentle intro to the Go programming language
Fred Alger
04:00PM Cryptography
Alexander Gaynor
05:30PM

Lightning Talks

06:00PM Sprints!

Sunday February 23rd, 2014

  Auditorium Room 100 Room 200 Room 400
08:00AM

Breakfast

09:00AM

Lightning Talks

PyCharm in 60 Minutes
T. Scot Clausing
09:55AM Planting Open Source Seeds
Kenneth Reitz
PRISM as a Service: Not Subject to American Law
Lynn Root
Why Twitter Is All the Rage: A Data Miner's Perspective
Matthew Russell
UX: How to
Laurie Kalmanson
10:50AM

Break

11:05AM Postgres Performance for Humans
Craig Kerstiens
To the Moon and Back: Taking the Leap Towards Solving Big Problems
Julia Elman
Python for Music Nerds: Fun With the Echo Nest API
Josh Mock
A Nice API for Postgres
Chad Whitacre
11:45AM

Postgres Performance for Humans - Craig Kerstiens

Lunch

Lunch

12:00PM

Lunch

Statistical Data Analysis in Python
Chris Fonnesbeck
12:35PM

Lunch

Systematic Bias & The Software Developer
Brian Dailey
Supporting the Community: Helping to build Nashville's Thriving Dev Community
Jacques Woodcock
12:50PM A Beginner's Guide to Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn
Sarah Guido

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continued

01:25PM lambda and the Nature of Data
Jason Orendorff
Walking the Line: A Beginner's Tightrope Trek From GIS to Python
Jason Haley
Substance D: Build Civilized Web Applications
Chris McDonough
02:20PM

Break

02:35PM Teaching the next generation
Jessica McKellar
04:00PM Sprints!

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