PyCon 2016 in Portland, Or
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Laura Lorenz

Laura Lorenz

Laura received her Bachelor’s from James Madison University, where she first started programming by using Python to manage autonomous computations while studying bacterial genomics. So, despite turning into a polyglot, Python is both her favorite and native programming language. She now works as a data and software engineer, implementing and operating diverse solutions with both the data and web team using Python tools and frameworks such as Django, Flask, pandas, and scikit-learn. She teaches introductory Python with District Data Labs and Georgetown University.


Natural Language Processing with NLTK and Gensim

Sunday 9 a.m.–12:20 p.m. in C120+121