Bay Area Python Interest Group (BayPIGgies) Virtual Meetings
This month will be a virtual meeting.
We will conduct the meeting via Zoom. Please register in advance. To do so, go to the Meetup page for this event: https://www.meetup.com/baypiggies/events/296283989/. If you RSVP "Yes" to this event on MeetUp, the link to the Zoom meeting will be displayed.
- 6:30-6:40pm Welcome and Announcements
- 6:40-6:55pm Lightning Talk: TestScribe, a "low code/no code" testing tool
- 6:55-7:55pm Main talk: Hamilton: Natively bringing software engineering best practices to python data transformations
"TestScribe, a "low code/no code" testing tool" presented by Ray Yang
TestScribe is a "low code/no code" tool to make Python testing easier by automating the boring and repetitive parts. It allows you to quickly start an interactive testing/debugging session without having to write boilerplate code. As a bonus, you can save the session as a complete unit test for further debugging or regression testing.
Speaker Bio: Ray Yang
Ray Yang is a Bay Area entrepreneur/creator.
"Hamilton: Natively bringing software engineering best practices to python data transformations" presented by Stefan Krawczyk
At Stitch Fix, a data science team's feature generation process was causing them iteration & operational frustrations in delivering time-series forecasts for the business. It wasn't the scale of data that was the problem, it was their code. In this talk I'll present Hamilton, a novel open source Python framework that solved their pain points by changing their working paradigm.
Specifically, Hamilton enables a simpler and more productive approach for data science & data engineering teams to create, maintain, execute, and scale both the code (human) and computational sides of feature/data transforms. In this talk I'll cover the motivation & backstory, what the Hamilton paradigm is and how it works, and how it naturally guides you into doing software best practices without really thinking about it.
Speaker Bio: Stefan Krawczyk
Stefan Krawczyk is currently CEO and co-founder of DAGWorks.
Code of Conduct
Please be Open, Considerate and Respectful. Also, please refrain from discussing topics unrelated to the Python community or the technical content of the meeting.