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[VIRTUAL] all('virtual', 'PyAmsterdam', 'Bestseller')

Wednesday 24 June 2020 19:00

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Special live raffle with a chance to win some prizes! Which one of them is the latest Raspberry Pi 4 model B!

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At BESTSELLER [2], we are more than 17,000 people in 38 different countries working for over 20 fashion brands such as VERO MODA, JACK & JONES, J.LINDEBERG and ONLY. We are a family-owned company with a strong foundation and values to build on, empowering us to think outside the box and pursue the ideas we believe in to take BESTSELLER forward.

What drives us is our ambition to constantly optimize the online shopping experience of our customers. We work agile, cross-functionally and are proud of our collaborative and international culture. We do so from our E-Commerce HQ in the heart of Amsterdam together with our colleagues from more than 40 different nationalities.

All about us - For more info checkout our website [2].



Schedule is in CEST (UTC+02:00)

18:00 Opening
18:10 Modular Threaded Design pattern in Python microservices
18:40 Automating python packages release cycle with commitizen
19:10 Live raffle with prizes
19:20 Lightnig Talks
19:30 Closing (if no further interest)

Modular Threaded Design pattern in Python microservices

Having a look at modular multi-threaded python micro-services. Explaining the design pattern and how it enabled our team to collaborate and deliver faster.

About speaker

Clayton is a senior software engineer currently building and maintaining services related to the e-commerce product data journey. Previous years saw me actively developing software for the omni-channel, finance, marketing, media streaming and disaster management sectors, utilising languages such as Python, Java, Javascript and PHP. He spends most of his current free time obsessing about Python and all its applications.

Automating python packages release cycle with commitizen

Automate the boring part with commitizen in your python project. We'll talk about conventionalcommits, commitizen, automatic semver and changelog generation.

About speaker

About Santiago Fraire Willemoes (@santiwilly [3], GH/Woile [4]): I'm an argentinian python developer currently living and working in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for KPN. I contribute to open source project when possible, I've contributed to django rest framework, starlette, uvicorn, and some tools of my own.

My previous presentations can be found here [5]

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