[IPython-dev] Fwd: [SciPy-User] PyData NYC 2012 Speakers and Talks announced!

Fernando Perez fperez.net at gmail.com
Fri Sep 28 16:43:57 EDT 2012

Hi folks,

for pydata NYC we have not only one, but *four* IPython talks! Brian
will be delivering one focused on the notebook and one on parallelism:


and there will be two more, one by Michael Selik on teaching:


and one by Davin Potts on using IPython for large-scale data analysis
in combination with the powerful Disco framework:


Obviously Brian's presence will be fantastic to have, but I'm
particularly excited to see newcomers from outside the core group
making these presentations, as that's the sign of a healthy project
growing outside of its core team.  I look forward to seeing these
later, as I won't be able to make it in person.



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Peter Wang <pwang at streamitive.com>
Date: Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 1:31 PM
Subject: [SciPy-User] PyData NYC 2012 Speakers and Talks announced!
To: scipy-user at scipy.org

Hi everyone,

The PyData NYC team and Continuum Analytics are proud to announce the
full lineup of talks and speakers for the PyData NYC 2012 event!
We're thrilled with the exciting lineup of workshops, hands-on
tutorials, and talks about real-world uses of Python for data


The list of presenters and talk abstracts are also available, and are
linked from the schedule page.

For those who will be in town on Thursday evening of October 25th,
there will be a special PyData edition of Drinks & Data at Dewey's
Flatiron.  It'll be a great chance to socialize and meet with PyData
presenters and other attendees.  Register here:

We're also proud to be part of the NYC DataWeek:
http://oreilly.com/dataweek/?cmp=tw-strata-ev-dr.  The week of October
22nd is going to be a great time to be in New York!

Lastly, we are still looking for sponsors!  If you want to get your
company recognition in front of a few hundred Python data hackers and
hardcore developers, PyData will be a premier venue to showcase your
products or recruit exceptional talent.  Please visit
http://nyc2012.pydata.org/sponsors/becoming/ to inquire about
sponsorship.  In addition to the conference sponsorship, charter
sponsorships for dinner Friday night, as well as the Sunday
Hack-a-thon event are all open.

Please help us promote the conference! Tell your friends, email your
meetup groups, and follow @PyDataConf on Twitter.  Early registration
ends in just a few weeks, so register today!


See you there!

-Peter Wang
Organizer, PyData NYC 2012
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