Boost your skills and keep abreast with the latest developments in Python via in-depth talks from the most influential industry practitioners and core Python developers. Whether you’re interested in web technologies, data, devops, Python internals, or performance, or whether you're a beginner or seasoned developer, join us to stay on top of your game.
We can't thank the front-line healthcare and essential workers enough, but let's not forget the back-end heroes who have leveraged Python to build tools and technologies that help us stay safe and manage the pandemic. Get inspired, learn from, and celebrate your peers who have met the challenge and made lemonade out of lemons.
Human connection is more important than ever. That's why we are hosting a virtual conference that features video chat rooms for attendees to interact with speakers and sponsors, start your special interest group, play music or take a yoga class to decompress. We're in this together. Let's make the world closer via our virtual "hallway track"!
Python Trainer. CPython contributor. Instrumental in modules such as bisect, collections, decimal, functools, and itertools.
AI researcher and Self-Driving Architect at Nvidia. Advisor to NASA and led to discovery of a comet. Frequent speaker at conferences and one of Forbes 30 Under 30 in Manufacturing & Industry 2019.
Principal Engineer at Simple Legal. Open-source library maintainer. Co-organizer of the Pyninsula Python meetup group. Author of O'Reilly's Enterprise Software with Python.
Selected by Forbes as one of “20 Incredible Women Advancing AI Research.” Co-founder of fast.ai. Researcher-in-residence at USF Data Institute
Co-Founder and CTO of Rookout. An advocate of modern software methodologies like agile, lean and devops.
Staff Engineer at Spotify. A global leader of PyLadies and former Vice Chair of the Python Software Foundation Board of Directors.
Software Engineer at Survey Monkey. A Twisted contributor, a frequent speaker at Python conferences around the world, and organizer of Pyninsula meetup group.
One of the creators of the Ray, a distributed system for scaling Python applications to clusters. Also a cofounder and CEO of Anyscale. Frequent speaker at O’Reilly conferences and SciPy.
PYTHON DEVELOPERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
TALKS, TECH DEMOS, AND SPONSORED WORKSHOPS
FIRESIDE CHATS WITH SPEAKERS & OPEN SOURCE LEADERS
WEEKEND TO CONNECT & REINVENT HOW PYTHON DEVS CAN GATHER AND COLLABORATE
With the special year this is, we want to make PyBay2020 the most fun and memorable conference to everyone around the globe where you'll learn a lot, share a lot, and help each other beat the isolation blues!
With your ticket, you'll enter a virtual conference environment complete with a bar and a party boat so you can take a break and stretch between the amazing talks and fireside chats ;-)
That's right, the hallway track you love at conferences is back!
Make new friends or make it a reunion with your colleagues, classmates, and folks you've met at meetups. DM within the platform to invite folks to your table for a video chat. Or, take it up a notch, ditch the talks, and head to the Party Boat -- the Royal Coding Cruiser ;-) -- to catch up!
When you feel like it, catch another talk or fireside chat. If your questions to the speakers didn't get voted up by others, you can catch them afterwards at the Expo Hall for extended Q&A in a small group setting. While there, get some swag from sponsors, check out their live demos, or talk to them about job opportunities. Even if you're not looking for jobs now, your friends might be.
Want to have an un-conference, give a talk, lead a discussion, or sprint on a project together? Announce it on Discord and head to the Hallway Chat / Open Space room, where the tables let you screen share and even whiteboard.
Why should I attend when I can watch talk videos on YouTube later?
Recorded talks are great, but with the global call for physical distancing, we think Pythonistas will benefit from a forum to connect, help, and support each other during the pandemic.
With that in mind, we've gone out of the way to fill PyBay2020 with opportunities for you to reconnect with people you haven't talked to for a while. Similar to an in-person conference, there will be hallway tracks for you to bump into people, make new friends, share your knowledge and lessen the isolation blues.
In short, PyBay2020 is unlike most online tech conferences these days. Check it out!
Can I give a talk or lead a discussion?
25 and 40 mins talk slots are accounted for but you can
What bandwidth or platform do I need to participate?
You will get the best experience from Chrome on MacOS or Windows and a minimum of 8 Mb/s download speed and 8 Mb/s upload speed to maintain a stable connection.
See supported OS/Browser,
supported mobile devices, and
bandwidth, firewall and network requirements.
If you have other devices, use links above to test your set up, it may still work.
Do you need help?
YES! I can benefit from folks with the following expertise:
We hope you'll use PyBay as an opportunity to connect with people and decrease the social distance we're experiencing globally. To help you get started, when you register, you'll get a referral code for your friends to save $5, and for every person who redeems your code, you'll make $5. If you refer enough people, you could end up paying nothing.*
And if you’re Black, Latino or female, your ticket is on us!
*The maximum referral credit is the value of your ticket and the referral discount doesn’t apply to student tickets.