Bryan has worked for Anaconda (formerly Continuum Analytics) for six and half years. During that time he has taught dozens of Python training courses at various levels, and has spoken at many conferences. However, for the majority of that time, he has managed the open source project Bokeh (https://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/index.html), which affords sophisticated interactive data visualization in the browser directly from Python. The Bokeh project started in late 2012 and since then has grown to a large community of several hundred thousand users and over 300 all-time contributors.
Prior to working at Anaconda, Bryan spent a brief period flirting with mobile development. Before that, he worked on sonar systems for submarine vehicles.
Interested in creating interactive data visualizations in the browser from Python? Learn about the latest with Bokeh 1.0 and the best practices from their core developer.
Bokeh is a popular data visualization tool used in a wide variety of disciplines such as:
With a Bokeh 1.0 release in mid-2018, this workshop aims to provide a new definitive resource for effective use of Bokeh. We will cover topics such as:
Those interested in creating interactive data visualizations in the browser from Python using the latest best practices in Bokeh, and those interested in hearing about what's up with Bokeh 1.0.