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PyData NYC 2012

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PyData NYC 2012. ben writes –

The PyData conference and workshop is a semi-annual event for scientists, engineers, and data analysts in the Python community. The conference focuses on techniques and tools for management, analytics, and visualization of data of different types and sizes with particular emphasis on big data.

Conference: Friday, October 26 & Saturday, October 27
Hack-a-thon: Sunday, October 28

Conference
Lighthouse International
Midtown Manhattan
111 East 59th Street (Between Lexington & Park Avenues)
New York, NY 10022
(212) 821-9200

Hack-a-thon
J.P. Morgan
383 Madison Ave.
New York, NY 10179
(212) 272-3012

I’m also hoping to get a presentation together for PyCon using Python and a Raspberry Pi.  Maybe, simulated big data with hardware sensors?

Check out one of our open-source projects: Numba (jit compiler for Python).
http://continuum.io/blog/the-python-and-the-complied-python


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