December 2023 meeting
Date: Monday, December 11th @ 7pm
Agenda to be announced!
We haven't put together the agenda for the next meeting yet, but here's what we're thinking...
Future meetings will include talks on:
- data visualization in Pandas
- crash courses in deep learning
- learn python from scratch
- Embrace error: how error foo can advance your coding, and beyond!
- "Future of Coding" explores automated transformation of source code.
- "Demysti-py" looks at how familiar constructs are implemented.
- "Pythonic pitfalls" improves both your code and your fundamentals.
- "Deep reading" explores and applies academic articles on deep learning.
- "New tool roundup" by our resident code hound keeps you updated.
- Locating Leviathan Files in Linux
- Why I Tend Not To Use Content Negotiation
- mox - modern full-featured open source secure mail server for low-maintenance self-hosted email
- written in Go
- "mox localserve subcommand that runs a mail server on localhost for testing, including a pedantic mode and special addresses that cause failure conditions you may want to test for"
- Celery architecture breakdown
- fantastic high-level overview of Celery, a perspective that's really lacking in the project docs
- Celery: A Few Gotchas Explained
- introduces something I've never seen articulated before but find instantly recognizable: the theory-practice spectrum
- "Object Success" now available (written in the 90s, now online for free)
- Two kinds of thread pools, and why you need both
- "Instead of trying to have a single thread pool which is incorrectly sized no matter what, this suggests you want (at least) two thread pools"
- Simple suggestions using popcount
- great site, worth poking around
- Fast and Easy Levenshtein distance using a Trie
- Conventional Commits
- Generated columns in Postgres
- HTML, The Programming Language
- a project maintained by sunpy : The community-developed, free and open-source solar data analysis environment for Python.