EuroPython 2016 Keynote: Paul Hildebrandt
mal at europython.eu
Thu Jun 2 09:13:40 EDT 2016
On 02.06.2016 14:25, Omar Abou Mrad wrote:
> Quick note: blog and conference schedule links in the
> europython.eu site's custom 404 page are incorrect.
Thanks. Should be fixed now.
> On Tue, May 31, 2016 at 4:22 PM, M.-A. Lemburg <mal at europython.eu> wrote:
>> We are pleased to announce our next keynote speaker for EuroPython
>> *** Paul Hildebrandt ***
>> About Paul Hildebrandt
>> Paul Hildebrandt has been a Senior Engineer with Walt Disney Animation
>> Studios (WDAS) since 1996, and has worked in both Systems and Software
>> engineering. His current title is Senior Software Engineer and Product
>> Owner for the Playback tools among his primary duties is spending time
>> working with the artists, understanding their needs, and designing
>> tools to assist them. If he is lucky, he gets to write code.
>> Hildebrandt was born and raised in Anaheim, California. He received
>> his BSEE with a focus on Computing from California Polytechnic
>> University Pomona. He resides outside of Los Angeles with his wife and
>> three boys.
>> The Keynote: Inside the Hat: Python @ Walt Disney Animation Studios
>> The Walt Disney Animation Studios has a long history of creating
>> acclaimed animated films and continues to be an industry leader with
>> regards to artistic achievements, storytelling excellence, and
>> cutting-edge innovations. Since the 1923 release of “Snow White”
>> they’ve been pushing forward technology in the art of movie
>> making. This push continues in the modern day with classics such as
>> Oscar winning box office hits “Big Hero 6” and “Frozen” and Oscar
>> nominated hits “Wreck-It Ralph”, “Tangled”, “Bolt”, “Treasure Planet”,
>> and “Dinosaur”.
>> One of the most common questions I get when attending Python
>> conferences is “Why are you here?” People seem confused that
>> technology, especially Python is used in the making of animated
>> Paul will give you some background on the Walt Disney Animation
>> Studios and talk about where specifically Python comes into play.
>> With gravitational regards,
>> EuroPython 2016 Team
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