SciPy 2024

July 10 – 12, 2024

Join Bytewax at the SciPy Conference, where the scientific computing community gathers to advance open source Python applications for math, science, and engineering.

This stellar event provides a unique opportunity for participants from diverse organizations to display their latest work, learn from seasoned developers, and engage in active code development.

The agenda includes two days of tutorials, three days of dynamic presentations, and concludes with two intensive days of developer sprints focused on community-selected projects.

Catch up with the Bytewax team at SciPy 2024! 🐝

Zander Matheson
Zander is a seasoned data engineer who has founded and currently helms Bytewax. Zander has worked in the data space since 2014 at Heroku, GitHub, and an NLP startup. Before that, he attended business school at the UT Austin and HEC Paris in Europe.
Laura Funderburk
Laura Funderburk has a B.Sc. Mathematics from Simon Fraser University, and over three years of experience as a professional data scientist. Laura is enthusiastic about using open source for MLOps and DataOps and is passionate about outreach and education. In her day to day, Laura creates written content around building end to end scalable LLM pipelines with streaming data.

🚀 Details

📅 Tutorials: July 8-9

Conference: July 10-12

Sprints: July 13-14

📍 Tacoma Convention Cente 1500 Commerce Street, Tacoma, WA 98402

Jul 9, 2024, 6:00 PM (PDT)talk

Real-time Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG)

We're thrilled to be part of the Poster session in the Ballroom from 6:00-7:00 PM.

Join us to delve into the fascinating details of Bytewax, meet our passionate team, and discuss our latest projects and innovations. We're eager to answer your questions, share insights, and simply engage in meaningful conversations.

It's a perfect chance to learn more about our work and connect with us personally. We can't wait to meet you all and explore the exciting world of Bytewax.

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  • Zander Matheson
  • Laura Funderburk