PyCon Nove

firenze

19-22 aprile 2018

Beta version, small changes could be introduced to meet speakers' necessities.

giovedì, 19 aprile 2018

 
Beginner's Workshop
TeachersOne
TeachersTwo
13:30
14:30

Beginners' Workshop: Registration

19:30
Python Italia Yearly Meeting

Registrazione workshops per Insegnanti

Insegnare la matematica con Python: laboratori didattici e verifiche per le Scuole Superiori [D. Poggiali]

PRENOTA UN POSTO PER QUESTO LABORATORIO QUI: http://bit.ly/2FLLXY4

Il linguaggio Python, versatile e ordinato, ha una curva di apprendimen to relativamente poco ripida e può essere utilizzato come supporto alla didattica della matematica nelle scuole superiori.

In questo tutorial proporrò lo sviluppo di laboratori didattici con relative verifiche per alcune unità didattiche; in particolare:
* Insiemi e logica * Monomi e polinomi * Frazioni algebriche * Geometria cartesiana (punti, rette, circonferenze) * Coniche * Sistemi di equazioni lineari * Studio di funzione (derivate, limiti)

Il tutorial è rivolto a tutti i docenti (o aspiranti docenti) e studenti delle Scuole Superiori.

Non è richiesta la conoscenza del linguaggio Python come prerequisito, ma solo una minima esperienza di programmazione. Ogni pacchetto python necessario al tutorial sarà presentato prima del suo utilizzo.

Introduzione a Python: workshop per insegnanti [A. Marchioro]

PRENOTA UN POSTO PER QUESTO LABORATORIO QUI: http://bit.ly/2nDLC2Z Python è considerato da molti il linguaggio di programmazione ideale anche per imparare a programmare. Nel workshop vedremo le basi del linguaggio: strutture dati semplici e composte, strutture di controllo, funzioni, etc. La geometria della tartaruga di Python permette di creare applicazioni con interfaccia grafica, animazione e semplici videogiochi.

venerdì, 20 aprile 2018

 
PyLang
PyData
PyWeb / DevOps
PyDatabase
PyBusiness
TrainingOne
TrainingTwo
09:00
09:45
10:30
11:00
11:45
12:30
13:15
14:30
15:15
16:15
16:45
17:30
18:15
19:15

08:00
Registration

08:45
Welcome and Conference Opening

Don’t try to look smart, be smart! [F. Percoco]

Can we make the light bulb want to change? [M. Ariel]

In today's fast-paced world, change is becoming more of a necessity than a luxury. And yet, many of us, understandably, still have a love-hate relationship with change. How comfortable is your comfort zone? Should you take that step onto new, unknown territory? Once you do, can you convince others to do the same? Learning how to answer questions like these is crucial, if we want to truly innovate in our jobs, communities, and lives. In this talk, I'd like to share some of the lessons that I learned about inducing and managing change, both in myself and in groups I've worked with as a documentation writer, Agile scrum master, community manager, and diversity advocate. Magic solutions are not guaranteed, healthy discussions are encouraged.

Coffee Break

Lunch

Coffee Break

Lightning Talks

DataBeers

DataBeers

21:00
PyBirra!

sabato, 21 aprile 2018

 
PyLang
PyData
PyWeb / DevOps
PyCommunity
PyDataTwo
TrainingOne
TrainingTwo
09:00
09:45
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:15
13:00
14:15
15:00
16:00
16:30
17:15
18:00

08:00
Registration

Python, Gravitational Waves and the Dawn of Multimessenger Astrophysics [F. Carbognani]

Following a multi-year upgrade programme and several months of commissioning, the Advanced Virgo detector joined the LIGO Observation Run 2 (O2) data-taking period on the 1st of August 2017. On August 14, Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo detected the first triple-coincident merger of a binary black hole system, demonstrating the best-ever localization of gravitational-wave source on the sky. Three days later, the same detectors recorded for the first time the signal from a merger of a binary neutron star system. Counterparts of the event were also observed in all bands of the electromagnetic spectrum. This represents the first time that a cosmic event has been viewed in both gravitational waves and light and marks the beginning of multimessenger astrophysics. In this talk I will present an overview on the Advanced Virgo detector focusing on the role that it has played in this stream of discoveries and on the challenges we are still facing on the current upgrade and commissioning phases. I will also provide a general overview on the different uses of Python within the Virgo Projects highlighting its current use for the detector supervisory control automation, slow sample rate data acquisition and control room user interfaces development.

Keynote TBA [A. Martelli]

Recruiting Session

Coffee Break

Lunch

Coffee Break

18:45
chillin'time

21:00
PyFiorentina!

domenica, 22 aprile 2018

 
PyLang
PyData
PyWeb / DevOps
DjangoGirls
TrainingOne
TrainingTwo
09:00
09:45
10:45
11:15
12:00
12:45
13:30
14:45
15:30

08:00
Registration

Python 3: 10 years later - Looking back at Python evolutions of the last 10 years [V. Stinner]

Python 3.0 was released 10 years ago. It's time to look back: analyze the migration from Python 2 to Python 3, see the progress we made on the language, list bugs by cannot be fixed in Python 2 because of the backward compatibility, and discuss if it's time or not to bury Python 2. Python became the defacto language in the scientific world and the favorite programming language as the first language to learn programming.

Keynote TBA [A. Ravencroft]

10:30
PyCon Italia Meets Concordia

Coffee Break

Lunch

16:15
Goodbye and Closing

DjangoGirls

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