[Baypiggies] Thursday's BayPiggies meeting: Fun with Generators

Jeff Fischer jeffrey.fischer at gmail.com
Mon Jun 21 13:05:20 EDT 2021

June 24 Online Meeting: Fun with Generators

This month, we will have a talk about generators from Vinay Sawal, of Dell.
Level up your Python programming!

We are also looking for lightning talks (5 - 10 minutes) to hold ahead of
our main talk. Please contact us if you are interested in giving a talk.
Lightning Talk: TBD

This is a great opportunity to practice your public speaking and share your
Fun with Generators

Generators allow you to declare a function that behaves like an iterator.
It uses lazy evaluation technique to iterate over an iterable thus saving
memory. It’s very useful when you have to process a very large input set
that may not fit into the memory.

Speaker Bio: Vinay Sawal

Vinay Sawal is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff in Cloud Platform
& Services Organization in Dell Technologies. In his current role, he’s
working as a Software Architect for designing and validating
Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings under the Project APEX umbrella that
includes Storage-as-a-Service, Compute-as-a-Service, Data Protection
Service, etc. Vinay’s interest lies in developing machine-learning &
deep-learning models for solving issues encountered during product
development. Vinay has more than 25 granted patents in USA, Europe and Asia.
Code of Conduct


Interactions online have less nuance than in-person interactions. Please be
Open, Considerate and Respectful. Also, please refrain from discussing
topics unrelated to the Python community or the technical content of the

We will conduct the meeting via Zoom webinar. Please register in advance at
https://stanford.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sxiIoM3yRrSOdVc-CubxLA. It
would also help if you can RSVP on the Meetup page for this event:

Please note that:

   - You are expected to follow our code of conduct.
   - The meeting will be recorded and uploaded to our YouTube Channel at a
   later date.

The BayPiggies Organizers
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