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Sunday Get to know Apache Kafka with Jupyter Notebooks Introducing Asynchronous SQLAlchemy Overcoming Concurrency Issues in Web Application
How *not* to build a URL Shortener
Sleep better with type-safe Python Messing with unicode
A few possible attacks with unicode
Implementing and managing feature flags
How to effectively manage your feature flags in a monolitic Django application
SPyQL - SQL with Python in the middle
Making command-line data processing more intuitive, readable and powerful
Transforming and ingesting complex JSON data with Python
Transform and insert complex JSONs into a relational database - without Pandas
Mimics - Records operations to replay them later CubicWeb: bootstraping a web-application from RDF data Gradual type checking of your python code
From initial critisms to benefits for dev, runtime and testing

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Python is an interpreted, high-level, general-purpose programming language. It features a dynamic type system and automatic memory management. It supports multiple programming paradigms, including object-oriented, imperative, functional and procedural, and has a large and comprehensive standard library.

One of the great strengths of the Python community, is that it was it with a "open by default" culture. The packaging system is built around open standards, about everything the community does is open-sourced. Even if there are many successful businesses built on Python, most companies still contribute back their code, because that's what we always do.

Since the code and the tools are free and easy to learn, it has become a first computer language in several universities around the world. The community is built on very positive values such as sharing knowledge, education and diversity.

The Python devroom presents inspiring projects built using Python or related to the Python community.

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Sunday

  Get to know Apache Kafka with Jupyter Notebooks Francesco Tisiot 10:00 10:30
  Introducing Asynchronous SQLAlchemy Sebastiaan Zeeff 10:30 10:55
  Overcoming Concurrency Issues in Web Application
How *not* to build a URL Shortener
Haki Benita 11:00 11:25
  Sleep better with type-safe Python Jerry Pussinen 11:30 11:55
  Messing with unicode
A few possible attacks with unicode
Julin Shaji 13:00 13:25
  Implementing and managing feature flags
How to effectively manage your feature flags in a monolitic Django application
Mehdi Raddadi 13:30 13:55
  SPyQL - SQL with Python in the middle
Making command-line data processing more intuitive, readable and powerful
Daniel Moura 14:30 14:55
  Transforming and ingesting complex JSON data with Python
Transform and insert complex JSONs into a relational database - without Pandas
Attila Tóth 15:30 15:55
  Mimics - Records operations to replay them later Maarten De Paepe 16:00 16:30
  CubicWeb: bootstraping a web-application from RDF data Fabien Amarger 17:00 17:25
  Gradual type checking of your python code
From initial critisms to benefits for dev, runtime and testing
Thierry Chappuis 17:30 18:00