Python Day - 4 April

April 4th is Python Day, the centerpiece of PyCon Lithuania 2024. Immerse yourself in a day dedicated to advancing your knowledge of data science, machine learning, and analytics in Python. Explore thought-provoking keynotes from luminaries such as Arjan Egges and Robert Smallshire, then delve into an eclectic mix of sessions covering mutation testing, debugging strategies, modular plugin-based Python distributions, language interoperability, asynchronous programming, and more.

Keynotes

Arjan Egges

Arjan Egges

  • Known as ArjanCodes on YouTube,
  • Software developer and educator with a passion for building beautiful, efficient, and reliable software,
  • Posts weekly videos on YouTube about programming (mostly in Python), software design, testing, and architecture,
  • Also creates online courses on these subjects
Robert Smallshire

Robert Smallshire

  • 25 years of Python in the energy and ed-tech sectors,
  • Robert’s Python training courses on Pluralsight have accumulated 1.9 million hours of view time and reached over 1 million paying subscribers,
  • Co-author of The Python Apprentice, The Python Journeyman, and The Python Master trilogy

Talks

Already confirmed talks:

Pointers? In My Python? by Eli Holderness
analyzing stdf production test data in the silicon manufacturing industry using construct by Franz Haas
Kill All Mutants! (Intro to Mutation Testing) by Dave Aronson
Lessons Learned From Maintaining SDK in Python for Three Years by Adam Furmanek
Decoding FastStream: A Deeper Dive into the Event Streaming Library by Tvrtko Sternak
Debugging that Bugger : Cleanly Handling the Errors by Priyanshi Goel
Is Mojo just a hype? by Maxim Zaks
Building modular plugin-based Python distributions with Plux by Harsh Bardhan Mishra
Let’s create a Python Debugger together by Johannes Bechberger
Python Resolution Evolution: Decoupling Metadata from Downloads in Pip by Danny McClanahan
Saying bye to the Keyboard, Hello to Alexa with Python AWS Lambda by Laysa UchoaYuliia Barabash
Simplifying large Python projects by distributing complexity. by Maxim Danilov
Deadcode - a tool to find and fix dead (unused) Python code by Albertas Gimbutas
The Ghosts of Distant Objects by Ben Clifford
Deep Dive into Asynchronous SQLAlchemy - Transactions and Connections by Damian Wysocki
Building Open Climate Change Information Services in Python by Trevor James Smith
Grokking Event-Driven Web App with Python by Tung Hoang
Object Oriented Programing the way it should be by Laimonas Sutkus
Watsonx: A GenAI platform that's built for business by Robert Dzisevič
The role of Rust, Zig and C++ in the Python ecosystem by Cristián Maureira-Fredes
Using Rust & PyO3 to make Pydantic v2 even faster by David Hewitt
Designing for tomorrow's programming workflows by Matthew Honnibal

Schedule

The schedule is to be announced (TBA). Stay tuned for updates!

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