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PyCon US 2011

URL:
http://us.pycon.org/2011/home/
Description:

The Python Software Foundation is proud to present the annual Python community conference, PyCon 2011. PyCon 2011 will be held March 9th through the 17th, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. The PyCon conference days will be March 11-13, preceded by two tutorial days (March 9-10), and followed by four days of development sprints (March 14-17th).

Date:
March 11, 2011
Number of videos:
99
Advanced Network Architectures With ZeroMQ
PyCon US 2011
Zed A. Shaw
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Algorithmic Generation of OpenGL Geometry
PyCon US 2011
Jonathan Hartley
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
An (biased) survey of the python web
PyCon US 2011
Mark Ramm
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
An Introduction to Tornado
PyCon US 2011
Gavin M. Roy
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
An Open success for the cloud: OpenStack
PyCon US 2011
Andy Smith
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
An outsider's look at co-routines.
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Peter Portante
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
API Design anti-patterns
PyCon US 2011
Alex Martelli
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
API Design: Lessons Learned
PyCon US 2011
Raymond Hettinger
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

API lessons learned from a decade of core Python development.

Backup Is Hard; Let's Go Shopping
PyCon US 2011
Gary Bernhardt
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Best Practices for Impossible Deadlines
PyCon US 2011
Christopher Groskopf
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Continuous deployment
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Laurens Van Houtven
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
CouchDB and Python in practice
PyCon US 2011
Luke Gotszling
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Dependency management with Puppet
PyCon US 2011
Richard Crowley
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Deploying Applications with zc.buildout
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JIm Fulton
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Disqus: Serving 400 million people with Python
PyCon US 2011
David Cramer , Jason Yan
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Distributed Tasks with Celery
PyCon US 2011
Ryan Petrello
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Diversity in Tech: Improving our Toolset
PyCon US 2011
Jennifer Leech
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Django Packages: A Case Study
PyCon US 2011
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Documentation Driven Development
PyCon US 2011
Corey Oordt
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Exhibition of Atrocity
PyCon US 2011
Mike Pirnat
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Extreme Network Programming with Python and Linux
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Rob Ludwick
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Firefox Sync
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Tarek Ziadé
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Friday Afternoon Lightning Talks
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Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

Friday afternoon lightning talks

Fun with Python's Newer Tools
PyCon US 2011
Raymond Hettinger
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

Spend ten minutes each learning to work with Counters, named tuples, new string formatting, and the LRU cache. Learn the basic API, see how it works under the hood, enjoy a simple example, and then have fun pushing it to the limit in interesting ways.

Genetic Programming in Python
PyCon US 2011
Eric Floehr
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Going Full Python - Threadless
PyCon US 2011
Chris McAvoy
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Greasing the Wheels of Exploration with Python
PyCon US 2011
Michael Sims
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

The control of the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) requires a complex set of coordinated activites by a team. Early in the MER mission the author automated in Python much of the task of one of the operation positions, the Payload Uplink Lead, for 7 of the 9 cameras on each rover. This talk describes the MER rovers, the operation tasks and that implemented system.

Hidden Treasures in the Standard Library
PyCon US 2011
Doug Hellmann
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
How to kill a patent with Python
PyCon US 2011
Van Lindberg
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
How to write obfuscated python
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Rev. Johnny Healey
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
HTSQL - an insanely good WSGI / REST interface to your favorite database
PyCon US 2011
Clark C. Evans
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

HTSQL is a URI-based high-level query language for relational databases; it is written in the Python language. HTSQL is a wonderful complement existing WSGI- based applications, making it trivial to create interactive dashboards, complex reports. We use HTSQL as a REST query interface for data integration and ad-hoc reporting by technical users or accidental programmers.

HTTP in Python: which library for what task?
PyCon US 2011
Augie Fackler
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Javascript for people who know Python
PyCon US 2011
Ian Bicking
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Jython Concurrency
PyCon US 2011
Jim Baker
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Linguistics of Twitter
PyCon US 2011
Michael D. Healy
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

Dialectical changes in America are influencing expression online. This talk will discuss a current project which is using the Natural Language Toolkit to develop up to date reference materials to measure and monitor online natural language.

Montreal-Python -- Lessons Learned from Bootstraping a Python Community
PyCon US 2011
Yannick Gingras
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

Montréal-Python is a user-group formed in 2007. It has since then grown into a thriving community with code sprint and regular meetings attracting over 50 attendees. This talk will present history of the group and will highlight the key factors behind its success with the hope to inspire others to replicate that accomplishment.

mrjob: Distributed Computing for Everyone
PyCon US 2011
Jimmy Retzlaff
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Opening the Flask
PyCon US 2011
Armin Ronacher
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Packaging, from Distutils to Distutils2
PyCon US 2011
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Panel: Python in Schools: Teaching It and Teaching With It.
PyCon US 2011
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Pluggable Django Patterns
PyCon US 2011
Corey Oordt
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
PSF funds PyPy
PyCon US 2011
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Python 3: the next generation is here already
PyCon US 2011
Wesley J. Chun
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Python-Aware Python
PyCon US 2011
Ned Batchelder
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Python for High Performance Computing
PyCon US 2011
William Scullin
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Python IDEs Panel
PyCon US 2011
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Python Software Foundation Chairman Address
PyCon US 2011
Steve Holden
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Python - The Secret Sauce in the Open Cloud
PyCon US 2011
Jason Huggins
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Running Django Apps on Google App Engine
PyCon US 2011
Wesley J. Chun
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Saturday Afternoon Lightning Talks
PyCon US 2011
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

Saturday afternoon lightning talks

Saturday Morning Lightning Talks
PyCon US 2011
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

Saturday morning lightning talks

Scaling Python past 100
PyCon US 2011
Mark Ramm
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Status of Unicode in Python 3
PyCon US 2011
Victor Stinner
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

Introduced in Python 2.0, unicode became the default string type in Python 3.0. It took 8 years to switch to unicode, and since Python 3.0, a lot of bugs has been fixed. The switch to unicode opened many questions. Should Python support both bytes and characters for filenames? What to do with undecodable bytes? etc.

Sunday Afternoon Lightning Talks
PyCon US 2011
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Swarming the Web: Evolving the Perfect Config File
PyCon US 2011
Kurt Grandis
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Ten Years of Twisted
PyCon US 2011
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Testing with mock
PyCon US 2011
Michael Foord
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
The Data Structures of Python
PyCon US 2011
Alex Gaynor
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
The Development of Python and You
PyCon US 2011
Brian Curtin
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
The Pyramid FAQ
PyCon US 2011
Carlos de la Guardia
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
The Python That Wasn't
PyCon US 2011
Larry Hastings
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
TUF: Secure Software Updates in Python
PyCon US 2011
Geremy Condra
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Units Need Testing Too
PyCon US 2011
Gary Bernhardt
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Using Blender's new BPY Python API
PyCon US 2011
Christopher Allan Webber
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

Blender 2.5 (a free and open source software 3d graphics suite) includes a new BPY python API which is usable for scripting modeling, animation, etc. Learn to use this API to speed up your workflow, create procedural graphics, and cool new tools.

web2py secrets tutorial (1/2)
PyCon US 2011
Massimo Di Pierro
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
What would you do with an ast?
PyCon US 2011
Matthew J Desmarais
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
Writing Command-Line Tools using IronPython and Visual Studios
PyCon US 2011
Noah Gift
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English

Learn how cool it is to write command-line tools using IronPython and Visual Studios. In this talk we cover why command-lines tools are important for .NET shops, how to write one, and finally, how to distribute it as a standalone .exe.

Writing great documentation
PyCon US 2011
Jacob Kaplan-Moss
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English
ZODB: A Python Persistence System
PyCon US 2011
Chris McDonough
Recorded: March 11, 2011Language: English