Patricia Bongiovanni Catandi
Graduated in Physics from USP and with a master's degree in the same area, she began her career in data at 99, the main Uber competitor in Brazil, passing through large companies on the national scene such as Itaú and Raízen. She currently works as a Data Scientist/Engineer at the Rio de Janeiro City Hall Data Office and as a Machine Learning and Neural Networks teacher at Ada.
With the risk of losing access to information, Python has been used to create means for society to continue having the right to know what government officials are doing in Brazil.
This lecture aims to show how the difficulty of accessing Brazilian government information has been combated by creating tools that use Python and how the language has been a useful tool for those who seek to leave society in the light of information.