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Taipy pursues its Falls Conference World Tour: from California to France…

Last week Taipy was in California at NUMFOCUS Project Summit, September 21 – 23 in Santa Rosa, California. The Summit brought Python developers together to strengthen the NumFOCUS open-source project network. As a NumFOCUS sponsor, Taipy has been invited to participate in group discussions where open-source strategies and opportunities for collaboration are evaluated. The participants belonged to essential Python open-source projects such as Pandas, Matplotlib, Bokeh, Dask, etc.  Special thanks to Jim Weiss Director of Events and Resources at NumFOCUS, for organizing and Jean-Robin Medori CPO at Taipy for participating!

Early this week, Taipy was part of a Gold sponsor at Big Data & AI Paris: France’s largest AI-focused event. With more than 350 talks/presentations, 250 exhibiting companies, and over 16,000 participants, Big Data & AI Paris offers a unique opportunity to learn about the latest market trends and to network with Data and AI professionals. For our first appearance at the conference, Taipy was one of the busiest booths, and we got great feedback from a constant flow of visitors showing high interest in the product.

It was an excellent opportunity for the Taipy team to interact with Pythonistas, Dev Team Leads, Heads of Data Analytics/Data Science Departments, CXOs, and Ph.D. Students, etc. On Monday, we did a 45min Taipy product tutorial during a Session tech, followed on Tuesday by the presentation of a customer use-case (a leader in the fast food industry). Both have been a great success with excellent attendance! Thank you to the BDAI Paris organizers, all the partners, and the visitors who came to meet us!

Mark your calendars! Here is a list of upcoming 2022 events worldwide where the Taipy teams will be present. Great opportunities to come and meet :

TO BE CONTINUED …

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