We are pleased to invite you for the first round of PyAmsterdam meetup. The event will take place on Wednesday 13th of February, at the Optiver office.
What can you expect?
We will start with some delicious pizza and beer. After a short intro about the ideas of the new meetup we move directly to the talks. First Mikaeil Orfanian will talk about ‘Architecture for Everyday Programming’. After a break, Optiver’s Joost Lek will take you on a journey towards Python 3 future. We will continue Python 3 discussions over beer until the closing time.
|18:30||Welcome with drinks and pizza|
|19:10||First talk: Architecture for Everyday Programming|
|20:00||Second talk: Python 2 vs. Python 3: How to navigate the change|
|20:30||Drinks, Discussion, Networking|
Architecture for Everyday Programming
What classes and abstractions do I need? Does this block of code belong to this class or do I need to make a new one? How will different objects, modules, and packages work together? What parts of my app should be covered by automated tests? What should the scope of each unit test be? What is the role of integration tests? In the last few years a wave of new models (e.g. Clean Architecture, Hexagonal, Boundaries) have appeared that try to answer these questions. In this talk we will discuss a more lightweight set of guidelines that are designed to be easy to understand and follow. This talk is for you if your work on applications that are made up of more than a 100 lines of code.
Address: Strawinskylaan 3095, Amsterdam https://r1.dotmailer-pages.com/p/33S1-4QC/optiver-route-description
We suggest to go by public transport, as it is really close to the Amsterdam Zuid WTC train station. There are limited parking spots available. If you want to come by car, please send an e-mail to Wojtek so he can reserve your spot.