Speakers Announced 🎙️
Out of the many wonderful submissions we received (over 120!!), we had the difficult task of choosing just 20 talks. We'd like to thank everyone who submitted a talk and we encourage you all to submit again next year!
We're happy to feature the following speakers:
- Anthony Harrison - SBOMs are coming. How will Python help?
- Asher Sterkin - Cloud Infrastructure From Python Code: How Far Could We Go?
- Brett Cannon - Python’s syntactic sugar
- Brian Okken - Sharing is Caring - Sharing pytest fixtures
- Cheuk Ting Ho - Untangle Python Spaghettis - Deep dive into environments and dependencies management
- Christopher Neugebauer - Practicality Beats Purity: The Zen of Python’s Escape Hatch?
- Colin Dietrich - Writing an I2C sensor driver
- Don Kirkby - Tightening your feedback loop with live coding
- Gajendra Deshpande - Security Best Practices for Django Applications
- Justin Castilla - What’s that smell? Detecting air quality with Python, Raspberry Pi, and Redis
- Max Kahan - Fear the mutants. Love the mutants
- Niharika Vadluri - Building Games on BBC micro: bit using Embedded Python
- Ria Bhatia - Demystifying SQLite with Python
- Richard Rowland - Why “Hello World” is a Massive Operation - From Python code to Stack Virtual Machine
- Robin Reynolds-Haertle - Using Lark to parse text
- Sarah Kaiser - Eternal sunshine of the spotless development environment
- Syed Ansab Waqar Gillani, Syed Muhammad Dawoud Sheraz Ali - Analysing the looping mechanisms with Python Lists
- Terri Oda - Vulnerability scanning for free (as in puppies)
- Zach Lipp - Implementing Distributed Tracing
See more information on all of these talks on our website!