Right after PyConUS 2017 we are inviting for our May meetup. It's gonna be held on Monday May 29th at the Shopify offices. It is your chance to get the latest news from he Montreal's Python community. Then join us!
Please note that we are still looking for lightning talks presentations (5 minute talks). Come present a project you are working on, a library you like, etc.
David Larlet - Inclusive Python
After 12 years hacking in Python, what did I learn the hard way? From biology to the web, across startups and now French government, I realized one thing: making your code resilient requires empathy.
David Larlet is seeking for a more diverse and enthusiastic world. Thoughts (en/fr): https://larlet.fr/david/
Mavi Ruiz-Blondet - A dive into the mind: Python for sensory stimulation and brain signal analysis
Commercial EEG headset are readily available nowadays. How can we find useful information from the EEG data that they can easily acquire? It all starts with the sensory stimulation that will elicit meaningful brain signals, when done correctly. PyschoPy is a library that greatly helps this purpose. Proper sensory stimulation is the first step, once the EEG data has been acquired, its post processing is what will allow us to predict what the user was thinking. This post processing can also be achieved on Python. At the talk, we will see the entire process, from the proper data acquisition to the data post processing and how to interpret the results in order to have a look into a human's mind.
Mavi has always been interested in the electrical signals from the body. She got her bachelor's on Electronic Engineering from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, and after working for a year with medical equipment, went to the US to get a Masters in Biomedical Engineering at the State University of New York at Binghamton. After very fruitful research using brain signals as a biometric for authentication purposes, she continues the research as a PhD student in Cognitive and Brain Sciences.
Claude Arpin - The micro:bit and the worldwide rush to teach coding
Shopify Offices 490 de la Gauchetière street Montréal, Québec https://goo.gl/maps/EXQWD6jAEAr
Monday, May 29th, 2017 at 6PM
- 6:00PM - Door will open
- 6:30PM - Start of presentations
- 7:15PM - Break
- 7:30PM - Presentations
- 8:00PM - End of event
- 8:30PM - Benelux
We’d like to thank our sponsors for their continued support:
- Savoir-faire Linux