Using tech for good - Roadmap to an Open Source Artificial Pancreas & Diabetes monitoring

Open Source has crossed frontiers and is widely used to solve problems in the health & science fields. In this talk we’ll learn about the many moving parts of continuous glucose monitoring for type 1 Diabetes as part of the open-source artificial pancreas project and building a notifier for the most used OSS continuous glucose monitoring dashboard: Nightscout.

Aug 14, 2020, 12:00 – 1:00 AM

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Roadmap to an Open Source Artificial Pancreas & Diabetes monitoring with Flask 

Nightscout + Python + Voice + SMS - Using tech for good!

Open Source has crossed frontiers and is widely used to solve problems in the health & science fields. In this talk we’ll learn about the many moving parts of continuous glucose monitoring for type 1 Diabetes as part of the open-source artificial pancreas project and building a notifier for the most used OSS continuous glucose monitoring dashboard: Nightscout.


About Our Speaker:

Diana Rodriguez - Python Developer Advocate @ Vonage

Diana Rodriguez is a Full Stack Developer & DevOps lover of all things web and cloud!. Google Developer Expert (web, cloud, maps, firebase), Microsoft MVP and Auth0 Ambassador. With 20+ years of experience and a strong background in back-end and infrastructure Diana likes to bring together the best of both worlds. She's super enthusiastic about everything to encourage people to start a career in development and a fan of female Devs and DevOps. In her spare time, she likes to play videogames and loves taekwondo.

Speaker

  • Diana Rodriguez

    Vonage

    Python Developer Advocate

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Bottle Rocket

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  • Joaquin Lopez

    Sngular

    Principal Frontend Engineer

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