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Welcome to your first outdoor developer conference!
We will be hosting PyBay2021 at Parklab Gardens, San Francisco's coolest food truck park. It happens to be on a day where there are a lot of exciting activities in SF. News outlets are reporting potential traffic congestion but it shouldn't affect us too much. Please
see getting here below
and plan ahead.
Additionally, please bring a warm jacket for the chilly evenings in SF! The venue has wifi but very few electrical outlets. Please bring your backup power supply, long extension cords and earbuds if you're planning to bring your laptop.
In-person conference venue perks
, 1379 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94158
Parklab Gardens is an outdoor establishment so you can soak in some vitamin D before winter arrives.
Indulge in nearly 20 food trucks, from burgers to vegan delights, beer to coffee and ice-cream, some will even allow you to
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 or a negative PCR test within 3 days and wear a mask
Designated sanitation worker will be there at all times, high touch surfaces are cleaned daily
Directions to 1379 4th St, SF
1379 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94158
Take Lyft or Uber
Bike and park at the front entrance (about 15 spots) or at
Chase Center Bike Valet by SFBike
Coming from further away:
Drive and park at uncovered parking a block away on 3rd street for $50 a day
at LOT C - Lot #43
(price inflation all day due to Giants playoff at 6p :-/)
Park further away and take Uber or Lyft
Go on slack and see if others would like to carpool with you
Feeling comfortable with 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
Note: News outlets are reporting potential traffic congestion. I don't think it will affect us too much. Fleet week activities is on the other side of town starting 3.5 hours after we start. And you should be able to beat the Giant's traffic going home even if you stay till the site closes at 9p.