Small Big Data @ PyData NYC 2019
You can view the slides for the talk.
Here are some articles I’ve written that you might enjoy:
- Logging for scientific computing: debugging, performance, trust (originally a PyCon 2019 talk)
- Beyond cProfile: Choosing the right tool for performance optimization (originally a PyGotham 2019 talk)
- Production-ready Docker packaging for Python
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