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okay hi everyone I'm happy to introduce Susan tan who will be speaking about Python in the browser and intro to Brighton please welcome her with with a blouson hello hi good morning so this is my second Python and I'm a first-time speaker at Python
also an open source contributor to a number of Python projects in particular I open hashtag argue some of my favorite projects i've previously i've also made commits to django dubois framework and the ipython notebook in which i redesigned the menu
bar and UI and the look and feel of ipython notebook version 2.0 previously I worked as a web application engineer at flicks tariffs on Tomatoes which is a movie technology company in San Francisco so I every much grew tired of working with Java over the past
year so I pretty much right before Python I lost my job so now I am a Python dad for hire so so if you want to Python software engineer in San Francisco you should talk to me afterwards go so just probably the first presentation that you'll hear speaker
discovered just brand new experimental library called breath on and here's a quick live demo so here I can sort this table by numerical order I can sort by alphabetical order like so if I open D inspector element zoom and you go to the script tag instead
you should or should not use but I thought in production this talk will also not be about different architectural approaches and making a Python implementation in a browser these are all really interesting topics but for the focus of this talk doesn't
ously about Python from a user perspective so who are the people who are most likely going to really want to have Python in the browser I think they're going to be friend and engineers I think they're going to be data scientists data engineers and
they are going to be engineers who are working in the intersection of web and data so indeed scientific research fields data scientists are handling evermore increasing amounts of data and they need a way to look at data in an interactive way and be able to
I'm a huge fan of the d3 library however I feel that it's fairly limited to doing aesthetics and styling and of course d3 is not was not created to do heavy duty computations Python is however Python is really popular for doing numerical computations
like instantly interactive client-side you eyes like that's powered by Python and and why should we need a live server when potentially the entire computation can exist on the client-side and just have it run into browser so this is a very challenging
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