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Celery is Digestive by Abhishek Mishra
Small PPT explaining about following topics:

What is Task queue
What is celery
The celery task execution process
The different framework support for celery
Choosing broker for it (Redis or RabbitMQ or Aliens) - approach for using celery in application
The hands-on will cover the following example (Demo with all steps and showing task queue results)

Small flask application with user form
Sending welcome email asynchronous using celery to the user
Example - (yet to decide, but definitely it will be interesting one)

github.com/abhishekmishragithub/PyCon-APAC-Tutorial-Celery
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Views 2011 months ago
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Bring your Python script to more users by Takuya Futatsugi a.k.a nikkie
Views 13Year ago
Working as a data scientist on natural language processing. I'm such a lazy engineer that I'm enthusiastic about automating boring stuff with Python. Since 2019, staff of PyCon JP and in 2020 automated some staff activities with Python. In this tutorial, I will introduce you on how to enable others to use your Python script: changing your script to CLI app, changing your script to GUI app and c...
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Views 16Year ago
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Views 26Year ago
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Python on Raspberry Pi and other Single Board Computers
Views 54Year ago
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Interview with Audrey Feldroy
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Combining Flask and PyTorch to Build Computer Aided Diagnosis System
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Lightning Talk
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Interview With Carol Willing
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How to Score in a Hackathon
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Opening and Special Interview with Guido van Rossum
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Manage your Data Science pipeline with Visual Studio Code
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Static Sites with Sphinx and Markdown by Paul Everitt
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Responsible AI / Code Serverless Python Application
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Natural Language Processing with Classification
Views 29Year ago
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Smartpy, An Overview: When Python gets smarter on Tezos
Views 77Year ago
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Closing of PyCon APAC 2020
Views 104Year ago
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Opening and Special Interview with Guido van Rossum
Views 356Year ago
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How to Score in a Hackathon
Views 167Year ago
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Practical Docs as Code by David Garcia
Views 123Year ago
We all value good product docs, but writing them is another story. The pressure to launch the product does not leave you time for taking care of documentation. And when there is time, you don't feel productive since you know they might become outdated as soon as there is a new version of the software. In this workshop, I'll show you the techniques and tools I use to keep documentation projects ...
Static Sites with Sphinx and Markdown by Paul Everitt
Views 122Year ago
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Manage your Data Science pipeline with Visual Studio Code
Views 106Year ago
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Closing of PyCon APAC 2020
Views 104Year ago
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Interview With Carol Willing
Views 81Year ago
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Smartpy, An Overview: When Python gets smarter on Tezos
Views 77Year ago
Smartpy, An Overview: When Python gets smarter on Tezos
ML/DL on Edge Computing
Views 72Year ago
Edham has fifteen years experience in professional software development, software architecture and ICT training. Ed is the co-founder of Kinabalu Coders (kinabalucoders.org) and of Sabah’s annual robotics competition, RoboNeo (roboneo.net). He is reachable via email at edham.arief@gmail.com or Twitter @edham_arief. Jesse is a software engineer working at an EdTech company based in Tokyo. He has...
Community building - How we deal with Covid-19 and future events.
Views 68Year ago
Arthur Kent Raymond started programming back in 1986, and has been involved in the professional software industry in Kota Kinabalu since 1998. He currently works in Digital Heritage Sdn. Bhd. - the software, web and data arm of Sabah.Net Sdn. Bhd - and has been one of the architects behind some enterprise-level state government projects. In his off-hours, he keeps on programming for Kinabalu Co...
Python 101
Views 67Year ago
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Interview with Audrey Feldroy
Views 65Year ago
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Combining Flask and PyTorch to Build Computer Aided Diagnosis System
Views 63Year ago
Combining Flask and PyTorch to Build Computer Aided Diagnosis System
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Views 54Year ago
Python on Raspberry Pi and other Single Board Computers
Lightning Talk
Views 54Year ago
Lightning Talk
Demystifying Web Map Servers: the invisible side of Geographic Information Systems - Shivashis Padhi
Views 5311 months ago
The oldest map dates back to 600 BC, and was carved on a tabloid. Since then, we have come a long way to view maps on digital screens and browse through terabytes of data seamlessly. Have you wondered how do web-based map services like Google Maps, OpenStreetMaps function? How do they display the right image with the right data when you zoom in to a location? During this workshop, Shivashis Pad...
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Views 50Year ago
Ivan Ling received his Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) from Swinburne University of Technology and has recently completed his PhD from the University of Southampton. He is currently an assistant professor at the University of Southampton Malaysia, involved in teaching programming and digital electronics modules. Ivan is an avid science communicator and is involved in various...
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Views 40Year ago
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Responsible AI / Code Serverless Python Application
Views 39Year ago
Responsible AI / Code Serverless Python Application
Opensource, Python as a case study
Views 39Year ago
Gregory is the Founding Executive Director of Using Blockchain Ltd. and the Head of Development at NEM Group. He is very passionate about languages, and that includes programming languages. Started scripting at the tender age of 9, he has never looked back. He started researching distributed ledger technology in 2014 and has since contributed to many opensource projects. He also developed a gam...
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Views 38Year ago
As a key member of CPython's and Project Jupyter's Steering Councils, Carol brings a depth of practical experience in OSS governance and sustainability. As a core developer of JupyterHub, Binder, and CPython, she brings real-world knowledge of what makes OSS projects successful. She earned the ACM Software System Award in 2017 for Project Jupyter. In 2019 she received the Frank Willison Award f...
Scaling Django App with MySQL by Pratibha Jagnere
Views 3811 months ago
In recent years, we have noticed high reluctance towards MySQL claiming that it is not scalable, however, the names of tech giants like Twitter and Facebook in the list of MySQL customers raise suspicion. MySQL has been criticized for being hard to scale, and sometimes that’s true, but usually, you can make MySQL scale well if you choose the right architecture and implement it well. We can buil...
Interview with Keith Packard
Views 36Year ago
Keith has been developing free software since 1986, working on the X Window System, Linux, amateur rocketry and educational robotics. He is currently a Principle Engineer at SiFive. He has taught computer programming to students from ages 10-17 using LEGO robotics for over fifteen years and started the Snek Language project to use in that work. He received a Usenix Lifetime Achievement award in...
Welcome to PyCon APAC 2020
Views 34Year ago
Welcome to PyCon APAC 2020
Polyglot data with python: Introducing Pandas and Apache Arrow by Robson Junior
Views 3410 months ago
Nowadays Python is synonymous of data, but not necessarily the best choice for some data tasks. For example, exchange data between different ecosystems is one of the challenges for Python. Pandas and NumPy are very efficient and de facto tools to deal with a reasonable amount of data with performance, but they are limited outside of the Python ecosystem. Acquire and exchange data might be painf...
Roadmap to an open source artificial pancreas & Diabetes monitoring with flask: SMS/Voice APIs
Views 33Year ago
Roadmap to an open source artificial pancreas & Diabetes monitoring with flask: SMS/Voice APIs
Natural Language Processing with Classification
Views 29Year ago
Natural Language Processing with Classification
Faster Python Apps with Open Source APM by Aravind Putrevu
Views 26Year ago
Slow applications are no fun. Application performance monitoring (APM) makes tracking down issues much easier. But which tools should you use? With the release of Elastic APM, there’s a new option. The language server and clients are fully open source (Apache 2.0) so you can get started with any app. Elastic’s APM was released some time ago, so it’s a very fresh option for tracing performance p...
Building "Smart Home" With Python by Amin Redzuan
Views 2011 months ago
As we approach 2020’s advent of new Internet of Things technologies, smart homes and home automation have become increasingly common rather than inaccessibly luxurious. Numerous IoT products have risen, like Google Clips Amazon Alexa and INSTEON, to provide easy-to-install smart home technologies to even the least technologically-savvy consumers. However, with so many products available today, ...
Designing and Building Complex Machine Learning Projects with Python: Serverless x Containers
Views 16Year ago
By Joshua Arvin Lat Over the past couple of years, several professionals and teams have started to utilize serverless and container concepts and techniques to design and build scalable, low cost, and maintainable applications. Understanding the concepts alone will not guarantee success especially when dealing with modern complex requirements involving Machine Learning and Data Engineering. It i...

Comments

  • Hardeep Singh
    Hardeep Singh 5 months ago

    This tutorial is simply superb. However instead of livereload, may I suggest sphinx-autobuild which I find easier to use

  • Second
    Second Year ago

    This is such a great session. Have always interested in nlp, but didnt know how to start. In this session, Mr. Pei Seng shows how it can be done both in the big picture and in details. Wished I was on time, so can interact more