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Talk Python To Me

Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)

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Talk Python to Me is a weekly podcast hosted by developer and entrepreneur Michael Kennedy. We dive deep into the popular packages and software developers, data scientists, and incredible hobbyists doing amazing things with Python. If you're new to Python, you'll quickly learn the ins and outs of the community by hearing from the leaders. And if you've been Pythoning for years, you'll learn about your favorite packages and the hot new ones coming out of open source.
 
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How much time do you spend solving negative engineering problems? And can a framework solve them for you? Think of negative engineering as things you do to avoid bad outcomes in software. At the lowest level, this can be writing good error handling with try / except. But it's broader than that: logging, observability (like Sentry tools), retries, f…
 
We're all familiar with the data science tools like numpy, pandas, and others. These are numerical tools working with floating point numbers, often to represent real-world systems. But what if you exactly specify the equations, symbolically like many of us did back in Calculus and Differential Equations courses? With SymPy, you can do exactly that.…
 
Are you coming to Python from another language and ecosystem? It can seem a bit daunting at first. But Python is very welcoming and has a massive array of tools and libraries. In this episode, I speak to my friend Cecil Philip who does both Python and .NET development. We discuss what it's like coming to Python from .NET as well as a whole bunch of…
 
What would a modern Python project look like? Maybe it would use Poetry rather than pip directly for its package management. Perhaps its test automation would be controlled with Nox. You might automate its release notes with Release Drafter. The list goes on and on. And that list is the topic of this episode. Join me and Claudio Jolowicz as we disc…
 
Python's place in climate research is an important one. In this episode, you'll meet Joe Hamman and Ryan Abernathey, two researchers using powerful cloud computing systems and Python to understand how the world around us is changing. They are both involved in the Pangeo project which brings a great set of tools for scaling complex compute with Pyth…
 
Python has come a long way since it was released in 1991. It originally released when the Standard Library was primary the totality of functionality you could leverage when building your applications. With the addition of pip and the 368,000 packages on PyPI, it's a different world where what we need and expect from the Standard Library. Brett Cann…
 
Are you working on or considering a machine learning project? On this episode, we'll meet three people from the MLOps community: Demetrios Brinkmann, Kate Kuznecova, and Vishnu Rachakonda. They are here to tell us about the lifecycle of a machine learning project. We'll talk about getting started with prototypes and choosing frameworks, the develop…
 
Pandas is a great library that allows you to accomplish a ton of filtering and processing in condensed syntax. But how well do you understand what's happening? Sam Lau and Philip Guo built a great site to help use visually explore how Pandas is processing your dataset with your specific syntax. It's called PandasTutor, and Sam is here to tell us ab…
 
Telescopes have been fundamental in our understanding of our place in the universe. And when you think about images that have shaped our modern view of space, you probably think about Hubble. But just this year, the JWST or James Web Space Telescope, was launch. JWST will go far beyond what Hubble has discovered. And did you know Python is used ext…
 
Have you been considering launching a product or even a business based on Python's AI / ML stack? We have a great guest on the episode this week, Dylan Fox, who is the cofounder of AssemblyAI and has been building his startup successfully over the past few years. He has interesting stories of 100s of GPUs in the cloud, evolving ML models, and much …
 
What database are you using in your apps these days? If you like most Python people, it's probably PostgreSQL. If you roll with NoSQL like me, you're probably using MongoDB. Maybe you're even using a graph database focused more on relationships. But there's a new Python database in town, and as you learn in during this episode, many critical Python…
 
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