The most in-depth Python conference for web developers
The 2nd annual fully virtual Python Web Conference is coming to a screen near you June 17-19th, 2020.
About the conference
The 2nd annual Python Web Conf is a virtual event designed to promote best practices for hard web production problems. It features international experts presenting on 40 topics such as Django, Flask, Pyramid, Tornado, Plone, CI/CD, Containers, Serverless, REST APIs, web security, microservices, websockets, etc.
The highly engaging format consists of one day of tutorials, two days of talks and numerous opportunities to mingle and connect via virtual cocktails, online gaming, and web-based board games. Access to presentations and post-event recordings will be available exclusively to registered attendees.
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What To Expect
The Python Web Conf will be hosted on LoudSwarm, an all-in-one virtual event platform designed to bring people together through an integrated experience. Come ready to actively participate through video conferences, break-out rooms, live demos, video recordings, chat rooms, online polls, and more.
A power-packed, interactive format
Come ready to plug into your community through LoudSwarm, an all-in-one virtual event platform designed to bring people together through an integrated experience.
You’ll gain insights and knowledge via 40+ Zoom webinars. You may switch between sessions at your leisure and watch previously recorded talks instead of attending live presentations. Pulled in an emergency meeting? No worries: you’ll have an exclusive access to post-event recordings for 3 months.
You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions to speakers, sponsors and attendees in breakout rooms. You’ll attend live demos, participate in give-aways and chat with fellow attendees on Slack. You’ll share your opinion through online polls and surveys.
Last, but not least, you’ll connect and forge personal relationships with other Pythonistas at after-event parties such as virtual cocktails, online gaming, and web-based board games.