PyCon 2019 slides

I went to my third PyCon last weekend, and gave a talk about pre-mortems and post-mortems, and how teams can use them to learn from failure. As promised in that talk, I’m making my slides available for anyone who wants to reference them. Those slides are here:

Lowering the Stakes of Failure with Pre-mortems and Post-mortems

There’s a couple of bonus slides at the end, which didn’t make it into my presentation. Two years out of grad school, I can’t quite keep myself from making appendix slides.

You can watch the talk itself on YouTube:

You might have noticed that I haven’t posted anything in… quite a while. It was much easier to find time to write technical blog posts on a grad student schedule! I have done some writing for the Civis blog, though:

Hacktoberfest At Civis

Civis R&D Bookshelf: Learning A New Language

Hacktoberfest 2017 Recap: joblib, conda-forge, python-lambda, and more

PyCon 2018: A Roundup of Our Favorite Talks

Civis R&D Bookshelf: Open source, Python integers, and applied predictive modeling

Civis R&D Bookshelf: Project Management Edition

I also gave a talk about scikit-learn at PyCon 2018. I never posted the slides or YouTube link on my site, but better late than never!

Software Library APIs: Lessons Learned from scikit-learn

Done At: May 7,2019

Posted with : Python