HDNUG logo

HDNUG

Houston Dot Net User Group

Donate to HDNUG with PayPal!
Skip Repetitive Navigational Links

Welcome to HDNUG!

Whether you are a regular or someone just coming for the first time, whether you are a long-time .NET developer or new to .NET development, everyone who wants to learn about .NET and network with other developers is always welcome to HDNUG.
Our monthly meetings (and we've now had over 100!) are always free and feature great technical content, pizza drinks ... and a fun time.

Mailing List


First Name  
Last Name  
Email Address  
Company

Meeting Sponsors

Door Prize Sponsors

For more information about sponsoring HDNUG, either as a meeting sponsor or a prize sponsor, please contact sponsors@hdnug.org

Events

Local meetings, talks, conferences, BBQs, crawfish boils and other get togethers. Are we missing and event? Send it to events@hdnug.org.

next event »
« previous event

Python for .NET


location:

At Microsoft Houston - Town & Country

Thursday, June 08, 2017
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Python for .NET

Featured Speaker: Denis Akhiyarov

Python for .NET (pythonnet) is a package that gives Python programmers nearly seamless integration with the .NET 4.0+ Common Language Runtime (CLR) on Windows and Mono runtime on Linux and OSX. Python for .NET provides a powerful application scripting tool for .NET developers. Using this package you can script .NET applications or build entire applications in Python, using .NET services and components written in any language that targets the CLR (C#, VB.NET, F#, C++/CLI).
Note that this package does not implement Python as a first-class CLR language - it does not produce managed code (IL) from Python code. Rather, it is an integration of the CPython engine with the .NET or Mono runtime. This approach allows you to use CLR services and continue to use existing Python code and C-API extensions while maintaining native execution speeds for Python code.
The purpose of this talk is to provide .NET and Python developers with methods to use both languages effectively for interoperability and simple integration without writing boilerplate code.

About Denis:
Denis Akhiyarov, Senior Consultant at Wood Group in Intelligent Operations group, is also pythonnet core developer and contributor to pythonnet since 2014. He was passionate about programming since high school, where he learned Pascal. He used this language and numerical simulations to win 3rd place in the national Theoretical Mechanics competition in 2005 as a part of university team. After trying Pascal, Matlab, VBA, Mathematica, and C++/CLI, he decided to settle on C# and Python for solving practical problems at work. Denis has experience in numerical methods, optimization problems, data analytics, and real-time models for providing value to large-scale systems.

next event »
« previous event