EuroPython 2017

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A. Skrobov

A. Skrobov

Studied Computer Science at the Technion in Haifa, Israel; then worked on the LLVM-based compiler for C/C++ with ARM in Cambridge, UK

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Abhishek Sharma

Abhishek Sharma

cloud geek who <3 python
Internet of Things (IoT)WebDeployment/Continuous Integration and DeliveryInfrastructureDistributed Systems

Abhishek Sharma works as Solutions Consultant at eInfochips. He is open-source enthusiast and has worked extensively in designing and architecting highly distributed web backends and infrastructure. He is interested in area of Distributed Systems, Cloud Computing and Internet of things.

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Adam Dangoor

Adam Dangoor

Python developer in Bristol, UK
stuffadammakes.com

I have worked as a software engineer for the last four years, mostly with Python and mostly on open source software. I like to work on increasing confidence that code works and will continue to work. Last year I gave a talk on code review.

I live in Bristol with ...

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Aisha Bello

Aisha Bello

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Alan Christie

Alan Christie

A seasoned software engineer with a fanatical passion for 'beautiful code'
Best PracticeTest Driven Development (TDD)Data ScienceDevelopmentAlgorithms

A seasoned software engineer with a background in hardware who’s worked up the software stack from assembler through, C, C++, Java and Python, along with numerous other languages and platforms along the way.

My journey so far has presented me with experience working in broadcast, commercial, research and military environments ...

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Alberto Berti

Alberto Berti

I’m a software developer and systems administrator who likes to confront new challenges and integrate different technologies.

I started my journey in developing web applications with Zope / Plone fifteen years ago. Since then I have always tried to combine the best of the various technologies involved in applications whose development ...

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Alejandro Castillo

Alejandro Castillo

After an interesting career in the shady world of development in Spain I exiled myself to Berlin where I found a interesting new world of good practices, good methodologies and new stuff. A year ago I decided to come back to Spain and help to push development out of the ...

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Alejandro Solano

Alejandro Solano

Tried to be funny. Failed. Tried again.
Fun and HumorRoboticsEducationDeep Learning

Passionate about self-driving cars and artificial intelligence. Student of Robotics Engineering at Universidad de Málaga (Spain), spent the last two years programming robots from low to very high level. Currently enrolled in the Deep Learning Foundations Nanodegree of Udacity, planning to apply for Self-Driving Car Nanodegree. Off-topic info: pop culture ...

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Alessandro Amici

Alessandro Amici

B-Open: Satellites, Python, Rome
bopen.eu

I co-founded B-Open Solutions in 2004, a software consulting company that develops remote sensing and geo-spatial solutions. We work with international and national institutions (ECMWF, UNEP/MAP, ESA, ISPRA and the European Commission) as well as with large Italian companies (Telespazio/e-GEOS) doing projects mainly in the fields of remote ...

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Alessandro Molina

Alessandro Molina

Python developer since 2001, has always been interested in Python as a Web Development Platform. Creator of DEPOT and DukPy Libraries and current maintainer of TurboGears2 web framework and of Beaker Caching/Session framework. Contributor to various python projects related to web development like FormEncode, ToscaWidgets and the Ming MongoDB ...

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