Blog :: PyBay 2017
1 August 2017
PyBay, the Bay Area regional Python Conference is happening again August 10th-13th. See pybay.com for tickets and keep reading to find out why you shouldn't miss it.
Of course we've got talks. I'm personally looking forwards to the usual suspects like Raymond Hettinger and Alex Martell who always entertain and educate. As I've been delving more into Machine Learning lately I'm also looking forwards to Rachel Thomas and Ravi Chityala and some of the ML-oriented talks.
Since I'm involved in Technical Education, however, what's really making me happy is the lineup of great tutorials. Luciano Ramalho is coming from Brazil and will be teaching sessions on metaprogramming and async in Python! And we've got tutorials on TensorFlow, Machine Learning in Python, CS concepts for non-CS majors... We've even got an IoT tutorial where you get to work on a MicroPython board and take it home when you're done!
If you will be around the San Francisco area in August you should check it out - especially if you are looking for opportunities to learn. Tickets are available for tutorials sessions only or even single conference days if time is limited for you - I hope to see you there.
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