🥰 Thanks to everyone who joined us at our last PyLadies Dublin of 2020! We won't be having an event in December, and will be back in Jan.
🌈 We would also like to thank our Community Sponsors:
Manning Publications - who offered us x3 books to give away on the night. We successfully raffled it off live and congrats to:
- Boglárka Barabás
- Nabanita Roy
- Conor Nugent
They've also offered 35% to you all:
- Use following code: mtppyladies20
- Valid for 3 months until Mon Feb 15 2021
- To use discount, visit the following link: http://mng.bz/P1gP
Another Community Sponsor I want to give a shout out to is Dublin Maker who have been very supportive and we are also using their Zoom for our talks.
You can find these announcements that I went through during the event in this shared pad
- 🎙📺 Interested in sharing your project or something cool you came across? Send your demo/talk details to: https://pyladiesdublin.typeform.com/to/VvW3iME6
- Upcoming Python-related events:
- Upcoming Diversity in Tech events
- R-Ladies Dublin: Mixed effect models in R: Mon Nov 23 (17:15 - 19:15)
- Tech Women Dublin: Ask Me Anything - I'm a Tech Recruiter': Tue Nov 24 (18:30 - 20:30)
- Women Who Code Belfast: Bytes n' Brew Online: Thu Nov 26 (08:00 - 09:00)
- Women in Tech Belfast: Survive and Thrive in the New Normal - a Fireside Chat with Women in Tech: Tue Dec 1 (18:30 - 20:00)
- General Events
- Python Ireland: New Speakers coaching program - Register now for a session in January 2021 run by our friends at Python Ireland.
If you have any questions, something for us to announce, want to collaborate, support us by sponsoring, and so on, drop us an email at email@example.com.
This month we have two amazing speakers on two very different topics:
- Speaker: Kristina Ulicna
- Talk Description: To study the nature of cell population heterogeneity, we developed a deep learning & computer vision-based single-cell tracking workflow for fully unsupervised analysis of large automated time-lapse live-cell microscopy datasets. We retrieved cell cycle durations in >20,000 mammalian MDCK cells organised into >5,000 multigenerational, automatically reconstructed, fully annotated deep lineage trees spanning up to 8 generations, without the demand for manual curation of the computer-generated trajectories.
- About Speaker: I'm a biomedical scientist turned computational biologist at an interdisciplinary PhD programme at UCL, London. I have gained research experience from MIT & Cancer Research UK, where I first learned how to code & fell in love with python development.
- Speaker: Jaime Buelta
- Talk Description: A brief architecture look at CheckpointZ, a proctoring tool for online exams, with special detail on the Python areas, like the AI module.
- About Speaker: Python developer for the last 10 years. Regular speaker in PyCon Ireland
You can also view this video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIY-Z7daEG0 and do remember to Like and Subscribe (especially that 🔔 to notify you when our next video will go live).
And folks, that's a wrap for this year, see you all in 2021!