The first event of PyData in Spain is held in Madrid
The first event of PyData in Spain was held in Madrid between 8 and 10 April, specifically in the BBVA Innovation Centre and in the prestigious Madrid Google Campus arena.
Nfq not only had the pleasure of sponsoring the event, but also had the privilege of participating in it, as Guillem Borrell collaborated as an expert speaker in new languages and new technologies.
The first PyData event in Spain was held between 8th and 10th April in Madrid, specifically in the BBVA Innovation Centre and in the prestigious Madrid Google Campus arena. It was organised by the Spanish community of Python users, and served as a meeting point for users and developers of Python language-based data analysis tools.
Python is a general-purpose language that is designed to be simple and expressive, based mainly on its transparence and readability. Its greatest asset is its application to large software programs, as proven by the use that large companies such as YouTube, Google and Instagram make of it in their software. The purpose of these presentations is none other than to create a space where both professionals and fans can share their ideas to use the tools of the language and approach the challenge of the constant evolution of data management and processing with a greater chance of success.
It is important to stress that the audience of PyData comes not only from Python. There is also a new generation of languages and technologies that are equally important and that were also addressed in PyData Madrid 2016, such as R, Julia and Scala, and new technologies such as Big Data and Machine Learning, which are extremely interesting technologically on an international scale. They were included in the meeting so that we could discuss them, display them and get to know them better.
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