Python meet-up

past event

Python meet-up

The 10 year anniversary event for Gothenburg's Python User Group, with Robert Smallshire.

Past event 22 Nov 2018 Gothenburg


Thu, 22 Nov 2018, 17:30-20:30, Gothenburg

It’s ten years since the Gothenburg Python User Group was founded and we will celebrate this at a special meeting with a guest speaker. Robert Smallshire is coming down from Oslo to give us a presentation. HiQ is sponsoring the meeting by hosting us in their office and providing sandwiches and drinks. Hopefully also cake. Praqma is paying for the costs of bringing in the speaker. Many thanks to all the sponsors, we hope that many GothPy members, past and present, will also come!

Talk : Coroutine Concurrency in Python 3 with asyncio

This session can serve as an introduction to coroutine-based concurrency for those new to the idea irrespective of programming language, and window into how asynchronous programming in Python works in theory and in practice. Around 80% of the session is code and live demonstration, with 20% supporting material.

About the speaker:

Robert Smallshire is an author with Pluralsight, and founder of Sixty North, a software product and consulting business in Norway. Robert has worked in senior architecture and technical management roles for software companies in the energy sector processing the masses of information flowing from today’s digital oil fields. He has designed, and implemented effective architectures for sophisticated scientific and enterprise software in Python, C++, and C#. Robert is a regular speaker at conferences, meetups and corporate software events where he can be found speaking about topics as diverse as behavioral microeconomics in software development to implementing web services on 8-bit microcontrollers. He is organizer of the Oslo Python group and holds a Ph.D. in a natural science.



mingle & sandwiches




Coroutine Concurrency in Python 3 with asyncio Robert Smallshire


Mingle & Cake


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