Scaling Yourself: Make an Impact to Billions

Thursday, May 23

17:45 - 18:45
RoomsSpaghetti, Lasagna, Tagliatelle

This talk connects the core components of what makes a good Python (or any language) developer to activities that can impact billions of people. The magnitude of lives affected raises ethical questions, as Ian Malcolm says, “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”


Daniel Roy Greenfeld

Daniel Roy Greenfeld, also known as “pydanny”, software developer, leader, author working at Kraken Technologies, a climate-focused energy and utilities software company. Some of his creations include Two Scoops of Django, Django Packages, Cookiecutter Django, and django-crispy-forms and he is a core maintainer of Cookiecutter. He has significant experience with Flask, FastAPI, Zope, and more. He lives in London with his wife Audrey and daughter Uma.