In a new post on his CulturePlex Lab blog, Javier de la Rosa provides a sneak peak at the paper he will be delivering at PyCon Canada’s Toronto conference in November. PyCon Canada aids and supports Canadian Python users and coders by providing “more opportunities for us to share knowledge and ideas, encourage support and education for speaking at conferences, and increase the visibility of developers, organizations, and companies within the community.”
de la Rosa, a Research Assistant with the CulturePlex Lab in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Western University, will be sharing time with Diego Muñoz, and speaking on the subject of managing graph databases with Python. Over the course of a presentation targeted at basic or novice level Python users, he plans to introduce participants to “some of the tools that you can use today in order to work with those new challenging databases” using Python.
You can see an outline of his upcoming paper here.