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Brian Dorsey, Jeff Snyder, Alex Perry

-------------------- Brian Dorsey: I'm a Developer Advocate on the Google Cloud Developer Relations team. This means I help you build cool stuff with our APIs. I focus on the open source Kubernetes cluster manager and our Cloud Platform, especially Compute Engine and Cloud Storage. I write sample code and create demos, present at conferences, and create screencasts. Feel free to drop me a note if you have any questions about our APIs. I've taught Python at the University of Washington & spoken at both PyCon US & PyCon Japan. I'm a bit of a Python fan. (understatement) I'm currently learning Go and enjoying it. I love it when people use technology to improve in-person communication. I've helped experiment via coworking, ad hoc lunch gatherings, and mini hackathons. It's great to see all the experimentation in this area. We live in amazing times! -------------------- Jeff Snyder is a second year PhD student at the University of Washington who works with Jeff Heer on visualization and data science tools. His work aims to couple human and machine computation more closely by developing software to help computational scientists in all disciplines extract meaning from big and small data more efficiently and effectively. Jeff graduated from Princeton University with a BA in Computer Science, where he focused on topics at the intersection of HCI and ML, working with Andrew Appel, Robert Schapire, and Vivek Pai. -------------------- Alex Perry is a Site Reliability Engineer leading Google's Corp Access and Beyond Corp teams in Los Angeles (and Dublin). He started using Python over a decade ago for managing physical security systems, and currently uses it to manage information security systems. --------------------


Google PyCon Tech Talks (Google)

Thursday 3:30 p.m.–5 p.m. in Sponsor Workshops - Room 513E

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