Why You Want to Attend PyBay

Stay on the cutting edge

PyBay offers the most influential speakers presenting the most crucial technologies to help beginners and seasoned developers alike get up-to-date quickly. Whether you’re interested in web technologies, data, devops, Python internals, or performance, PyBay will help you stay on top of your game. And if you’re in the SF Bay Area, you’ll avoid travel costs by having the experts come to you!

Advance your career

Boost your skills with practical talks during the main conference. Dive deeper with highly respected trainers at pre-conference workshops. Reinforce your knowledge by offering a talk, lightning talk, or Open Space presentation. Connect with our sponsoring companies looking to hire. There’s no shortage of great tech jobs, but there aren’t enough skilled developers to fill them. Be one!

Code together, laugh together

PyBay embraces and is inclusive to everyone who is passionate about the technology and doing good. Come out to see who you'd meet. Chat with a Python luminary, mentor or code with a new buddy at the Hacker Lounge, present your passion project at a lightning talk or Open Spaces, take a yoga class or play some tunes under the sun. Feel free to ditch the talks and hang out at the happening "hallway track"!

Some of our past speakers

Raymond Hettinger
Raymond Hettinger

Python Trainer. CPython contributor. Instrumental in modules such as bisect, collections, decimal, functools, and itertools.

Rachel Thomas
Rachel Thomas

Selected by Forbes as one of “20 Incredible Women Advancing AI Research.” Co-founder of fast.ai. Researcher-in-residence at USF Data Institute

Simon Willison
Simon Willison

Co-creator of the Django web framework. Co-founder Lanyrd. Now an Engineering Director @Eventbrite

Travis Oliphant
Travis Oliphant

Creator of SciPy, NumPy, and Numba. Founder of Anaconda and Quansight

Carol Willing
Carol Willing

Project Jupyter and CPython core dev. Calpoly research engineer.

David Blank-Edelman
David Blank-Edelman

Editor for O'Reilly’s “Seeking SRE: Conversations About Running Production Systems at Scale”

Paige Bailey
Paige Bailey

Senior Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft for Machine Learning, DataViz, and AI

Yury Selivanov
Yury Selivanov

Core Python on async/await. Founder of EdgeDB

Brandon Rhodes
Brandon Rhodes

Former PyCon Chair and has spoken at Python conferences from Portland to Warsaw and Budapest

wesley chun
wesley chun

Author of Core Python series and co-author of Python Web Development with Django

Sourabh Bajaj
Sourabh Bajaj

Software Engineer at Google working on Google Brain and Tensorflow

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the conference?

For the main conference days, UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center. We are returning coz' it is convenient for both drivers and public transportation lovers. It has yummy, healthy food! It gently nudges us to take a time out for our mind and body: lay out on the grass, play frisbees, enjoy the sun, or work it out for $20 at their onsite gym with rock climbing and racquet ball. Their staff is serious about sustainability and accessibility too.

For the pre-conference workshops, we are looking to partner with companies that has day-time event space in SF fitting 40-80 people classroom style 8/15-16. Please email Grace, our Conference Chair.

How much are the passes? When do they go on sale?

  • 50 Early bird passes (25% off) are $300 for an individual pass and $525 for a corporate pass. They go on sale on April 23, 2019
  • Regular bird passes are $350 for an individual pass and $600 for a corporate pass.
  • Late bird passes are $400 for individual and $700 for corporate. They go on sale July 21, 2019.
  • If the main conference is not sold out by August 1, we will release Saturday and Sunday only passes at prices TBD.
  • Do workshops cost extra?

    Yes. Half-day workshops are $150 and full-day workshops are $250-$300.

    Workshop pass will be released in June 2019.

    I am interested in supporting diversity, what can I do?

    Super! We raised almost $20K last year and help 35 under-represented folks attend PyBay! We want to do even better this year.

    If you are passionate about recognizing the diverse talents in the Python community and bringing Python to more underserved people, please email Grace, our Conference Chair and help Chair that effort! This page highlights what we've done last year D&I program.

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