Python Development and Deployment Using Virtual Environments @ Cafe 4
Apr 7 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NOTE: The room opens at 6pm, but the speaker does not begin until 7pm, with the hour between for socializing.

Speaker: Adam Howard

Topic: Python Development and Deployment Using Virtual Environments

For software developers, encapsulation, portability and proper version controlling are vital to ensuring that their products work as expected and don’t cause trouble with the other applications they have to work with. In Python, managing software packages and interpreter versions can be a hassle, especially on systems that require multiple versions of the interpreter to run all of their applications. This talk explains the dynamic duo of Virtual Environment and Pip, and how they attempt to alleviate that burden for Python developers and users alike.

About the Speakers

Adam Howard
University of Tennessee
Undergraduate Student/Teaching Assistant

Adam is a senior in Computer Engineering at the University of Tennessee and plans to attend UT’s Graduate School for Computer Science. He has interned with the National Institute for Computational Sciences (NICS) as a member of their HPC Operations team and currently works for the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) as a Teaching Assistant for COSC-102: Introduction to Computer Science.