Airflow tutorial

This tutorial was originally developed for PyCon US 2019.

About your facilitator

My name is Tania. I live in Manchester UK where I work as a Cloud Advocate for Microsoft.

Over the years, I have worked as a data engineer, machine learning engineer, and research software engineer. I love data intensive enviroments and I am particularly interested in the tools and workflows to deliver robust, reproducible data insights.

If you have any questions or feedback about this tutorial please, file an issue using the following link:

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Code of Conduct

All attendees to this workshop are expected to adhere to PyCon’s Code of Conduct, in brief: Be open, considerate, and respectful.


The content in this workshop is Licensed under CC-BY-SA 4.0. Which means that you can use, remix and re-distribute so long attribution to the original author is maintained (Tania Allard).

The logo used here was designed by Ashley McNamara for the Microsoft Developer Advocates team use.