Meet blueyonder.ai @ EuroSciPy & SRECon 2018

A group of Blue Yonder data scientists and engineers will be at the EuroSciPy 2018  in Trento, Italy from August 28th to September 1st as well as at the SRECon18 from August 29th to 31st in Düsseldorf, Germany. EuroSciPy is the largest European conference … Read More

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PyCon.DE Part 5: No Compromise: Using Ansible properly

PyCon.DE Part 5: Using Ansible properly

Last but not least, in our final Part 5 of our PyCon.DE series we´ll present our talk “No Compromise: Use Ansible properly or stick to your scripts”. What you do within this IT automation tool should be clean an simple. … Read More

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PyCon.DE Part 4: Observing applications with Sentry and Prometheus

In Part 4 of our PyCon.DE series we´ll demonstrate how to observe your applications with Sentry and Prometheus. If you have services running in production, something will fail sooner or later. We cannot avoid this completely, but we can prepare for … Read More

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PyCon.DE Part 3: Connecting Python to Big Data Landscapes using Arrow and Parquet

At last year´s PyCon.DE, from October 25th till 27th, Blue Yonder held several interesting talks around Python. In case you missed out the event, we would like to share the best of our talks at the conference. While Python itself … Read More

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PyCon.DE Part 2: The Snake in the Tar Pit – Complex Systems with Python

The Zen of Python motivates us to build software that is easy to maintain and to extend. In reality however, we often end up with systems that are quite the opposite: complex and hard to change. In part 2 of … Read More

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PyCon.DE Part 1: Turbodbc – Turbocharged database access for data scientists

At last year´s PyCon.DE, from October 25th till 27th, Blue Yonder held several interesting talks around Python. In case you missed out the event, we would like to share the best of our talks at the conference in this and … Read More

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Open text files in legacy Python

At a first glance, opening files in Python is easy. All you have to do is call the built-in function open() and then you start reading from the file. However, often the content to be read is text, not just … Read More

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Blue Yonder at PyCon.DE 2017 and PyData Karlsruhe

  Blue Yonder uses Python throughout its technology stack. We are aware that we profit a lot from open source and it has been always our policy to give back to the community. We have open sourced libraries like turbodbc, sqlalchemy_exasol, Mesos … Read More

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Turbodbc and Apache Arrow

With the release of turbodbc 2.0.0, the popular ODBC module for Python provides built-in support for Apache Arrow, a universal data layer for fast column-oriented analytics. Head over to our guest post at the Apache Arrow blog to learn more … Read More

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Public cloud cost control with Prometheus

Over the past decade, the entire IT industry has been pushing toward cloud computing. A recent article by Gartner argues the IT industry will be entering a second wave of cloud computing growth fueled by enterprise adoption. At Blue Yonder, we use the … Read More

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