Why attend PyBay2022 Food Truck Edition

It's outdoors and super fun

Miss geeking out with friends in person over good food and drinks? Longing for synchronicities and thought-expanding exchanges with Pythonistas? Past Food Truck Edition attendees say:
"It was the best day of the year for me" ~ Yury Selivanov, Founder of EdgeDB. Core dev on async/await.
"There are so many things to like - the talks, the food trucks, it being outdoors, a smaller conference so you get to talk to people." ~ Michael Kennedy @TalkPython

Learn the latest, advance your career

PyBay features the most influential speakers presenting the most crucial technologies to help beginners and seasoned developers alike get up-to-date quickly, in a single-track format. Whether you’re interested in web technologies, data, devops, Python internals, or performance, PyBay will help you stay on top of your game AND network with engineers at companies that are hiring!

Perfect off-site for dev teams

Working remotely and want to meet your teammates to boost team cohesiveness? Leverage the platform we’ve built. There are great talks, yummy food, fresh air, vitamin D... all the elements developers crave for these days. If there are talks that don’t interest your team, take the opportunity to talk to speakers, create your own team activities or book a tee-time at the adjacent miniature golf course!

Some of our speakers

Simon Willison
Simon Willison

Creator of Datasette. Co-creator of Django. Author of the popular blog: https://simonwillison.net/

Siddha Ganju
Siddha Ganju

Self-Driving Architect at Nvidia. Advisor to NASA. Author of O’reilly's Practical Deep Learning for Cloud, Mobile, and Edge.

Robert Nishihara
Robert Nishihara

One of the creators of Ray. Co-founder and CEO of Anyscale, developer's choice to develop, deploy, and manage scalable AI and Python applications.

Brian Okken
Brian Okken

Host of "Python Bytes" and "Test & Code" podcasts. Author of "Python Testing with pytest". Software Engineer.

Yury Selivanov
Yury Selivanov

Founder of EdgeDB. Core Python developer on async/await and contextvars. Maintainer of asyncio. Created uvloop & asyncpg.

Wesley Chun
Wesley Chun

Author of "Core Python", co-author of "Python Web Development with Django", Engineer & Developer Advocate at Google.

Katherine Scott
Katherine Scott

Dev advocate stewarding ROS development at Open Robotics. Formerly co-founder of SightMachine & Tempo Automation.

Glyph Lefkowitz
Glyph Lefkowitz

Founder of Twisted, Glyph has worked on multiplayer online games, enterprise information management software, and more!

Katerina Hanson
Katerina Hanson

Engineer manager at Kojo and CTO at Wanderher

Joel Dodson
Joel Dodson

With 25 years of experience in telecom, Joel lost his sight in 2017 and was thrust into the world of accessibility!

Nishat Khan
Nishat Khan

Data Engineer & System Architect at LeanTaaS, Nishat works at the intersection of data science & software engineering!

Andrew Knight
Andrew Knight

Known as “Pandy,” he is Automation Panda. A software testing & automation champion he loves to help build better quality software!

Moshe Zadka
Moshe Zadka

Contributor to CPython, founding member of the Python Software Foundation and the Twisted project!

Sanjay Siddhanti
Sanjay Siddhanti

Director of Engineering at AKASA, Sanjay loves building software that helps patients have a better experience with healthcare!

Zac Hatfield-Dodds
Zac Hatfield-Dodds

PSF Fellow and maintainer of Hypothesis and Pytest; Zac moved to SF as a member of technical staff at Anthropic!

Bing Zhang
Bing Zhang

Research Data Scientist at IBM, her research interests include development of ML methods, AI analytics, & Stochastic Optimization.

Alleanna Clark
Alleanna Clark

Data scientist & community building professional at Deepnote, Alleanna is passionate about lowering the barrier to entry to data science.

Dave Klein
Dave Klein

Dave has 28 years of experience as a developer, architect, project manager, author, trainer, conference organizer, and homeschooling dad!

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Ticket Information

In-Person Conference Ticket Prices

Professional*: $240

Hobbyist: $140

Financial-aid**: $88

Student: $50

* Buy this ticket type if you will get reimbursed by your company or if you want to express a token of appreciation to the event organizer.

** Financial-aid tickets available for under-represented groups after we've reached sponsorship milestones.

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Sponsor Information


Sponsoring PyBay Food Truck Edition is your opportunity to participate in the largest, most loved regional Python conference in the west coast. Be a hero to the development community by providing the funding to run a safe and memorable outdoor conference. Plus, you get to showcase your technology, network for new hires, and participate in reinventing a new and better normal.



Want to get your company's name on the lanyards, have other sponsorship ideas, or want to sponsor diversity and inclusion tickets for female, African American, Latinos, Native Americans? Email us


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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I give a talk?

YES! Please submit your 10-, 25-, and 40-minutes talk proposals by June 29. (It has been extended) We're looking for talks in:

  • ML‚ AI & Data
  • Python & Libraries
  • Scale & Performance
  • Web‚ IoT & Hardware
  • DevOps‚ Testing & Automation
  • People & Project Management

  • Submit talks here

    Do you need help?

    YES! Please apply to join the core organizing team and make your favorite conference even better. We're looking for help in one or more of the following:

  • Conference co-chair
  • Day of volunteer chair
  • Lightning talk chair: market, select and emcee
  • Diversity and inclusion outreach
  • Social media and marketing communication
  • Speaker coordination and event emceeing
  • Slack or forum moderating
  • Book raffles / book signing support
  • Event photography
  • Which ticket type should I buy?

    As much as you can afford to support the community. We’d recommend:

  • Professionals ticket if your company reimburses you or if you’d like to express a token of thanks to your tireless Conference Chair
  • Hobbyists ticket if you need financial aid or are paying out of your own pocket
  • Students ticket if you have a valid student ID at the time of registration

  • If we meet our sponsorships milestones, Financial-aid tickets will be available for under-represented groups and under-employed Pythonistas

    Is online only ticket available?

    Not at this time. However, if you'd like to volunteer and oversee the logistics, we can make it happen.

    TL;DR

    At PyBay2021, our AV team delivered the video feeds to online attendees via zoom and it worked fairly well. We do need someone to oversee this operation: relate attendee questions to onsite MCs and AV team, general trouble shooting before and during the event, etc. If you're interested in helping out, please email our conference chair Grace

    Venue Information

    It's outdoors -- at a food truck park!

    Parklab Gardens, 1379 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94158

    • Parklab Gardens is an outdoor establishment with WIFI powered by Cisco. We love it because it has a great vibe and it is more Covid safe.
    • It houses 20 food trucks, from burgers to vegan delights, beer to coffee and ice-cream, some will even allow you to order ahead with your phone.
    • It also has miniature golf right next to where we're hosting the talks. If you want your kids to see what mom or dad do for work - and another adult can be with them while you’re attending talks - consider bringing them along :-) Conditions: Kids under 12 don’t require a ticket but everyone entering our event space has to provide proof of vaccination.

    • Directions to 1379 4th St, SF

    Parklab Gardens
    Bike parking

    Getting there


    Driving:
    • Park at uncovered parking a block away on 3rd street at $18 per day
    • Go on slack and see if others would like to carpool with you
    Public transportation and walking about 10 mins:
    • Caltrain to 4th and King stop
    • BART to muni line T to the Mission Bay stop
    • Muni line N Mission Rock stop
    Biking: