Python in London @ Bulb Energy - Thursday 6th June 6:30pm
- Posted: 31/05/2019
We are hosting the next Python In London meet-up with Bulb Energy on Thursday 6th June, @ 6.30pm at their Liverpool Street office where we have 2 great speakers lined up on the evening, 1 from Bulb Energy’s Development team and 1 guest speaker, who will be sharing a unique Python perspective.
London EC2M 3TQ
Our hosts... Bulb is a start-up energy supplier that provides 100% renewable electricity and gas to homes across the UK. We offer energy at a fair price, that’s simple to get and simple to manage. We are building a truly innovative independent energy supply business in the UK. Building a passionate team of people that want to do energy differently.
Introduction: Hayden Wood (Bulb, Co-Founder, CEO)
Speaker 1: Tom Hipwell (Bulb, Principal Platform Engineer)
Title: Airflow: Good, Bad, Ugly
Background: An opinionated look at the Apache Airflow workflow scheduler - what workload suits it best? how does it work? what could be better? what should you avoid?
Speaker 2: Tom Stordy-Allison (JPMorgan, Vice President, Athena Apps Lead)
Title: GraphQL, a remote DAG and 25m LoC
Background: A walkthrough of challenges involved in running GraphQL as a facade to Pixie, JPMorgan’s proprietary Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) and the gigantic Athena codebase at JPM.
We expect high demand for this event, so if interested please signup ASAP via the MeetUp Page https://www.meetup.com/Python-in-London/. For all other queries email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Look forward to seeing some of you there on Thursday 6th June at 6.30pm.