Sever Banesiu Presents on Distributed Workflows with Flowy at EuroPython 2015

On July 20th, 3Pillar’s Sever Banesiu presented at this year’s EuroPython 2015 conference in Bilbao, Spain. EuroPython is the official European conference for the Python programming language, and was held from July 20th to July 26th.

Sever’s presentation, titled Distributed Workflows with Flowy, introduced Flowy as a useful technology library for building and running workflows on top of different backends. He began his presentation by discussing Flowy’s unique execution model, followed by a real-time demonstration of how different execution topologies can be implemented on top of Flowy, with a local backend used for visualization. The presentation was concluded with a brief Q&A session.

Below is a video of Sever’s presentation. His talk begins at 0:49.44 and concludes at 1:28.24.

If you’d like to know more about EuroPython, you can visit the official conference website or watch previous conference sessions on the official conference YouTube channel. If you’d like to keep up with Sever, you can follow him on Twitter or GitHub.

Leave a Reply

Related Posts

3 Topics We Should Be Talking About at BrainstormTech Our 3Pillar clients, regardless of industry, share one common trait - they need help strategizing, designing, and delivering revenue-generating digita...
4 Reasons Everyone is Wrong About Blockchain: Your Guide to ... You know a technology has officially jumped the shark when iced tea companies decide they want in on the action. In case you missed that one, Long Isl...
3 Cloud Optimization Projects That Will Pay for Themselves i... AWS introduced 1,430 new features and tools in 2017, including 497 in the 4th quarter alone. This means that it can be a challenge for even the mos...
The Connection Between Innovation & Story On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we'll be looking at the connection between story and innovation. Among the topics we'll cover are why story ...
Go Native (App) or Go Home, and Other Key Takeaways from App... I just returned from my first WWDC. I feel like I learned more in a week at Apple’s annual developer’s conference than I have in years of actually dev...