UPDATE: Thanks to the fine folks at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, we now have a venue in Seattle. There is limited parking.
We just found out that Travis Oliphant (@teoliphan) author of NumPy and SciPy as well as co-founder of Continuum Analytics and co-organizer of the PyData conferences, will be in Seattle on September 18. We have asked him to hang around for the evening to talk about what's new in the PyData world.
In his presentation, Travis will talk about the relationship between HPC and Big Data and how the PyData community can play a central role in enabling the next generation of insights. He will highlight new developments at Continuum (Blaze, Numba, Bokeh, CDX, Wakari, Anaconda, and Binstar) and how each of these is a component of a single platform that enable scientists, engineers, and other subject-matter experts to extend and develop collaborative large-scale data analysis on the many-core connected clusters emerging at our fingertips.
This will be an incredible talk.