Pydata Berlin 2014
I am thrilled to announce that I will speak this next July (25th and 26th, to be precise) at Pydata Berlin 2014, about Python and pandas as back end to real-time data driven applications. From the abstract of the talk:
For data, and data science, to be the fuel of the 21th century, data driven applications should not be confined to dashboards and static analyses. Instead they should be the driver of the organizations that own or generates the data. Most of these applications are web-based and require real-time access to the data. However, many Big Data analyses and tools are inherently batch-driven and not well suited for real-time and performance-critical connections with applications. Trade-offs become often inevitable, especially when mixing multiple tools and data sources. In this talk we will describe our journey to build a data driven application at a large Dutch financial institution. We will dive into the issues we faced, why we chose Python and pandas and what that meant for real-time data analysis (and agile development). Important points in the talk will be, among others, the handling of geographical data, the access to hundreds of millions of records as well as the real time analysis of millions of data points.
The full schedule is available and if you’re into Python and data I warmly suggest you go. Registrations are still open.