The West Yorkshire Python User Group (WYPy) have been meeting monthly since 2007. Our meetings are free, and usually include at least one talk, as well as a trip to the pub.
This month, Lorna Mitchell will be talking about PostgreSQL.
"Most of the applications we build have a relational database behind the scenes, but are you making good use of its features? This session goes beyond simple CRUD operations and covers some of PostreSQL's excellent data types, complex joins, indexes, and aggregate features we need to work with ever-incresing data requirements of the day. Whether you're a database beginner or a seasoned pythonista, there's something here for you."
If there's enough time and we're very nice to Lorna, she may also show off some serverless Python apps in a talk called "Fun With Serverless Apps":
"Serverless and the noOps movement are buzzwords that you've probably heard, but could these technologies also solve problems that you actually have? This session will cover when to use a serverless approach, and answer your questions about how to get started with it. We'll look at how to write code for these platforms, and how to safely and repeatedly deploy your code to them. We'll also look at how we can use these technologies to build a skill for the Amazon Echo. This session is suitable for developers of all levels."
Thursday 12th October, starting around 7.30pm.
We will finish at about 8:45pm, and will be going to Headrow House afterwards.
From the Futurelabs web site: "If you’re walking, we’re 50 yards from the back entrance of the Victoria Quarter. Simply look left, walk to the crossroads and we’re in the building on the opposite corner (above the Gas Showrooms). Take the door to the left of the Gas Showrooms and our Reception is on the second floor."
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