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by Mark Hammond
by Tom Eastman
In this talk I introduce 'reportin', an open source (of course!) Python (of course!) tool developed at Catalyst IT to handle the monitoring of automated cron-jobs and repetitive system-administration tasks in as pain-free a manner as humanly possible.
NINJA-IDE is an IDE written in Python and for Python developers, the talk aims to show some cool features that IDE has, and how to take advantage of the potential of having our work tool written in Python to suit our needs.
by Tim McNamara
This talk covers the various ways that you can use Python in a distributed manner. We'll be using the standard library to build an RPC server, port that to gevent, take a look at Celery and then spend time looking into iPython's ability to manage clusters and processing pipelines.
by Karen Love
This paper reveals some surprising and, I hope, interesting and entertaining parallels between Shakespeare’s language and Python by examining how Shakespeare reinvented English on his stage and moved from Elizabethan/Jacobean dramatist to cultural myth. Using the Zen of Python, together with other sources, I examine what it means when language (code) is described as “pythonic” and re-view Shakespeare using this lens.
This talk will introduce the FEniCS software suite, which uses the so-called Finite Element Method to solve differential equations efficiently and accurately. Written in Python and C++, FEniCS is easy to use and powerful, enabling the solution of extremely complex problems.
by Tim Penhey
Introduction to parsing text with Pyparsing with examples.
by Phil Weir
Experiences writing finite element simulations in Python, using the FEniCS project libraries (www.fenicsproject.org), with a few non-standard techniques and applications
by Melissa Draper
Rule #1 of making Awesome Things: If your project doesn't have documentation, then most people won't use it.
Even if it is written in Python and/or the hides of your enemies.
A light-hearted Q&A session with the Keynote & Endnote speakers, plus a few guests.
1st–2nd September 2012