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Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

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Talk Python to Me is a weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy.
The show covers a wide array of Python topics as well as many related
topics. Our goal is to bring you the human story behind the Python packages
and frameworks you know and love.

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#237 A gut feeling about Python
Let's start with a philosophical question: Are you human? Are you sure? We could begin to answer the question physically. Are you made up of cells that would typically be considered as belonging to the human body? It turns out we have many ecosystems *within* us. Understanding them is important to our own wellbeing. In this episode, you'll meet Sebastian Proost, who is using Python to study bacteria in our world. Links from the show Group website: raeslab.org TV Coverage on the gut-brain work: youtube.com TedX talk from Jeroen we briefly discussed: youtube.com Sebastian's work on Science Figured Out (in Dutch but the captions/subtitles are in English): sciencefiguredout.be Sebastian on Twitter: @ProostSebastian Sebastian's site: sebastian.proost.science Sebastian on Github: github.com/sepro Tools we mentioned: Cytoscape.js: js.cytoscape.org UltraJSON: pypi.org Sponsors Linode TideLift Talk Python Training
#236 Scaling data science across Python and R
Do you do data science? Imagine you work with over 200 data scientists. Many of whom have diverse backgrounds or have come from non-CS backgrounds. Some of them want to use Python. Others are keen to work with R. Your job is to level the playing field across these experts through technical education and build libraries and tooling that are useful both in Python and R. It sounds like a fun challenge, doesn't it? That's what Ethan Swan and Bradley Boehmke are up to. And they are here to give us a look inside their world! Links from the show Guest: Ethan Swan Website: ethanswan.com Twitter: @eswan18 GitHub: github.com/eswan18 Guest: Bradley Boehmke Website: bradleyboehmke.github.io Twitter: @bradleyboehmke Github: github.com/bradleyboehmke 84.51˚ Company Tech Blog: 8451.com/blog The Uplow'd Podcast: 8451.com/the-uplowd-by-8451-podcast Sponsors Linode TideLift Talk Python Training
#235 Python in your Browser with Skulpt
Do you dream of a day when you can write Python in the browser rather than JavaScript? This is no pipe dream! There are several ways to write Python that runs in the browser already. One of the leaders here is Skulpt. It's not just an experiment but real, powerful web applications with rich client-side code, Python code, are out in the wild and built with Skulpt. We dig into it with Meredydd Luff and Albert-Jan Nijburg on this episode. Links from the show Meredydd on Twitter: @meredydd Albert-Jan on Twitter: @ajpnijburg Skulpt: skulpt.org Skulpt in the wild: Anvil: anvil.works Trinket: trinket.io Code Combat: codecombat.com Meredydd’s talk about Suspensions: anvil.works/blog Albert-Jan’s talk about the Python 3 upgrade: github.com Meredydd’s talk about autocomplete: anvil.works/blog Other browser-based Python impls Brython: brython.info Transcrypt: transcrypt.org Pyodide: alpha.iodide.io Package PyPostal: github.com Sponsors Linode TideLift Talk Python Training
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Started
Mar 21st, 2015
Latest Episode
Oct 29th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
241
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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