[BangPypers] CFP for May Meetup

kracekumar ramaraju kracethekingmaker at gmail.com
Sun Apr 16 13:45:49 EDT 2017


2017-04-16 23:06 GMT+05:30 Ankur Gupta <ankur at numeratelabs.com>:

> "But we're experimenting a new theme" ... Love the thought process here.
> Really looking forward to attending this one.
>

Me too. Looking forward for responses.


> Founder - NumerateLabs <http://numeratelabs.com>
> Twitter - @originalankur
>
> On Sun, Apr 16, 2017 at 10:29 PM, kracekumar ramaraju <
> kracethekingmaker at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Hi
> >
> > VMWare is hosting May meetup in JP Nagar office on 20th.
> >
> > Yes, it's a month away. But we're experimenting a new theme, hence the
> > advance email. The theme of the meetup is "The Journey to the kernel."
> >
> > - What does "The Journey to the kernel" mean?
> >
> >  Python is a high-level dynamic programming language. As a result, a lot
> of
> > details are abstracted. On day to day basis, libraries and language take
> > care of memory allocation, garbage collection, cross-platform execution,
> > system calls, etc. In this meetup, let's discuss the internals of the
> > libraries, core Python, memory optimization and internal working, etc.
> >
> > - Can you give concrete examples of such talks?
> >
> > Efficient Dictionary Implementation in Python 3.6 - Recently Python 3.6
> > implemented Compact Dictionary. As a result, it uses less space. How does
> > dictionary work in Python 2.7? What is the difference in 3.6? How is it
> > memory efficient? How is hash collision handled?
> >
> > How does lists in Python work?How is memory allocated for new items? How
> is
> > memory deallocated? Does Python use contagious memory block internally?
> >
> > How does reference counting work in Python? When does GC kick-in?
> >
> > How does event loop (asyncio) work in Python?
> >
> > How does a Python database driver work?
> >
> > What is PEP 484?
> >
> > How does a Python debugger work?
> >
> > - What is the duration of each talk?
> >
> > A talk can be fifteen or thirty or forty minutes including Q&A.
> >
> > - Are you expecting talks only from core python?
> >
> > No. We accept talks related to any third library like SciPy, NumPy. We're
> > happy to have talks which discuss alternate implementation like PyPy,
> > Pyston, etc.
> >
> > - I don't contribute to CPython can I talk about Python internals?
> >
> > Of course! We don't expect you to have a bag full of contributions to
> talk.
> > We want enthusiastic folks who are willing to push the boundary, go out
> of
> > the comfort zone, take the opportunity to learn and present. Consider
> this
> > as your monthly research quest. Pick a topic which you don't know, always
> > wanted to learn, gather the information and present.
> >
> > - Can I choose an item from the sample talks presented above?
> >
> > Absolutely! If something mentioned in example talks resonate to your
> > interest, pick one and say to us.
> >
> > - I have a talk idea and don't know it fits the category.
> >
> > Feel free to email or ping organizers(Abhiram, Chillar Anand, Ram, Krace)
> > in the slack. We will help you remove your doubts and give feedback. And
> > you make you present!
> >
> > We're aware the theme is out of comfort zone for many of our audience.
> And
> > believe pushing the boundaries and learning the hard parts makes
> individual
> > a better programmer.
> >
> > Do you have a topic in mind to present or doubts? Reply to this email or
> > comment in the meetup page [0].
> >
> > [0]: https://www.meetup.com/BangPypers/events/238929256/
> >
> > --
> > Thanks & Regards
> >
> > kracekumar
> > http://kracekumar.com
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