Schedule

08:00
Registration
08:45
Conference opening
Large auditorium
09:00
EN
What makes Silicon Valley software developers special
Pavel Serbajlo
09:40
EN
Making monitoring boring
Michal Hanula
10:20
EN
Building Data Pipelines with Python
Katharine Jarmul
11:15
EN
End-to-End Encryption of Distributed Applications
Jeff Lambert
11:50
Lunch
12:50
EN
Our journey from developers to real software engineers
Jozef Képesi
13:30
EN
Django Channels and Real-Time Data
Rachel Willmer
14:10
EN
Connecting the pieces: breathing life into digital collections
Philo van Kemenade
14:50
EN
From Code to Community
Anton Caceres
15:35
EN
Scrum sucks!
Martin Strýček
16:15
EN
Through Python to the stars!
Juan Luis Cano Rodríguez
17:00
EN
Human part of open-source
Adrian Holovaty
Keynote
17:35
Lightning talks
Small auditorium
09:00
EN
Make learning great again: It's the how, not what
Valdemar Švábenský
09:40
EN
Automation with Ansible and Containers
Rodolfo Carvalho
10:20
EN
Open Source Contributor Automation
Lasse Schuirmann
11:15
EN
Selinon - A dynamic distributed task computing with Python
Fridolín Pokorný
11:50
Lunch
12:50
EN
The Balance of Python
Petr Viktorin
13:30
14:10
EN
​Python using Redis - what kicked our asses?
​Honza ​Grec
14:50
EN
You should contribute to open-source
Michal Petrucha
15:35
EN
From Open Source to Your Dream Job Changed to: Panel discussion
Razvan Chitu
16:15
EN
How to build up a Python community and empower women
Kristi Progri & Jona Azizaj
Turing lecture hall
09:00
11:00
EN
Machine learning with text in Scikit-learn
Peter Zvirinský
12:25
Lunch
14:10
EN
Data Wrangling with Python
Katharine Jarmul
Babbage lecture hall
09:00
SK
MicroPython na NodeMCU
Marek Mansell
11:00
EN
Using GPIO to blink LED diods
Michal Toman
12:25
Lunch
14:10
EN
Programming for 6 years old kids
Miroslav Suchý

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