Over the last few months I've been collecting interesting Python talks from various conferences. I haven't been able to go to many of these conferences myself, but it's really great that they upload the talks to YouTube.
Something I've noticed though, is that most people aren't aware that these conferences are happening and that really good talks are available online!
With that in mind, I thought of sending my students one interesting talk per month. I'll also keep an archive here!
[October 2018] Big-O Notation: how code slows as data grows
This month's talk is "Big-O Notation: how code slows as data grows". It was sent to me by another one of my students. It's really good, and at a good level for most beginner to intermediate developers.
The author does a great job of explaining Big-O notation in relatively simple terms. It's a short talk, but worth spending 30 minutes giving it a watch!