Friday Saturday Sunday

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Science, Data and Analytics Security and Privacy / DjangoCon AU Education DevOops

04:35–05:00

DevOps for Data Science? - automate the boring stuff and leverage the OSS ecosystem L
Dr. Tania Allard

02:45–03:00

Security & Privacy Close L
Chris Watt, Eliza Sorensen

12:45–01:10

Can you keep a secret? L
Aaron Bassett

06:10–06:25

Science, Data & Analytics Close L
Ned Letcher, Javier Candeira, Rachel, maia, Clare

09:15–09:40

Technosolutionism and human rights L
Lucie Krahulcova

09:00–09:15

Security & Privacy Open L
Chris Watt, Eliza Sorensen

09:00–09:15

Science, Data & Analytics Open L
Ned Letcher, Javier Candeira, Rachel, maia, Clare

05:00–05:15

DevOops Close L
Justin Warren, Aurynn Shaw

04:35–05:00

The worst outage I never caused L
Julien Goodwin

01:20–01:45

Deceptive Security using Python P
Gajendra Deshpande

01:20–01:45

A sack full of angry snakes: Taming your python dependencies with Nix L
Thomas Woolford

11:00–11:25

Oh no! I think my project is outgrowing my Jupyter notebook. How do I survive? L
Lydia Peabody

11:00–11:25

Streamlit - Build interactive data dashboards quickly L
Jaimin Khanderia

05:45–06:10

Of Django, PostgreSQL schemas, and your multi-million dollar idea P
Lorenzo Peña

01:55–02:20

Hacking Playable Ads: What REALLY are they? L
Evan Kohilas

09:00–09:15

DevOops Open L
Justin Warren, Aurynn Shaw

06:10–06:25

DjangoCon AU Close L
Katie McLaughlin, Markus Holtermann

11:00–11:25

A website controlled Lego Robot using the Raspberry Pi L
Brad Nielsen

01:55–02:20

dask-image: distributed image processing for large data L
Genevieve Buckley

01:20–01:45

Extracting data from Excel with Python L
samuel oranyeli

04:00–04:25

Journey into the Deep World of Web Development P
Andrew Kim

02:50–03:05

Education Close L
Bruce Fuda, Amanda J Hogan, Nicky Ringland

09:50–10:15

Python Emergency Remote Teaching L
Fernando Masanori

12:45–01:10

What We Do in the Shadows L
Lilly Ryan

09:00–09:15

Education Open L
Bruce Fuda, Amanda J Hogan, Nicky Ringland

09:15–09:40

Outbreak Outreach - How COVID broke our program for the better L
Renee Noble

04:00–04:25

Build your own data warehouse for personal analytics with SQLite and Datasette L
Simon Willison

09:50–10:15

geospatial data and analysis is :exploding_head: L
Gala

02:30–02:55

Model Selection with Python: An Introduction to Hyper Parameter Tuning L
Patrick Robotham

12:45–01:10

Raising Heretics L
Linda McIver

10:25–10:50

Piping Rain in Python - Adventures in a minute latency Radar Pipeline P
Tishampati Dhar

02:30–02:55

On a shoe-string and a t2.small: scaling on a [zero] budget. L
Tom Eastman

05:45–06:10

Tweaking the rise and fall of empires and economies L
Bosco Ho

10:25–10:50

How learning python helped me teach C in tertiary education L
Shrey Somaiya

12:45–01:10

Why the float did it NaN? L
Jakub Nabaglo

09:50–10:15

Cracking open the COVIDSafe P
Yaakov Smith

09:15–09:40

Panel Discussion: Ethical AI - From talk to practice L
Nigel Dalton, Fiona Milne, Arna Karick, Lizzie Silver

03:55–04:00

DjangoCon AU Open L
Katie McLaughlin, Markus Holtermann

01:55–02:50

Student Showcase P
Bruce Fuda, Amanda J Hogan, Nicky Ringland

05:10–05:35

Taking Django's ORM Async P
Andrew Godwin

02:30–02:45

All Hands on Deck – Handling Security Issues P
Markus Holtermann

10:25–10:50

The Software Engineering Part of Data Science P
Niño Eclarin

01:55–02:20

What I now know about HAproxied Django DB connections, and wish I'd known sooner P
Florian Haas

01:20–01:45

Walled gardens for growing students L
Kenni Bawden

09:15–10:10

Oops! I Became an Open Source Maintainer! 😱 P
Mariatta

10:25–11:20

Biometric Unsecurity L
Carina C. Zona

04:00–04:25

Python for Accessibility L
Rory Preddy

05:10–05:35

Interactive Mapmaking with Python L
Sangarshanan
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