I love North Bay Python.
After attending the inaugural event last year, I couldn't wait to go back for more. The program committee did a stellar job the first time, and they only raised the bar for the sequel. The fact that my list of favorite talks contains 13 out of the 22 total is quite telling.
- Keynote by Mariatta Wijaya
- Auditing Your Site for Accessibility: Now What? by Kat Passen
- All in the timing: How side channel attacks work by Philip "Phildini" James, Asheesh Laroia
- Welcome to Jurassic Park: Where Chaos and Engineering Ethics Collide by Hayley Denbraver
- Recursion for Beginners: A Beginner's Guide to Recursion by Al Sweigart
- What PHP learned from Python by Adam Harvey
- Keynote by Robert M. "r0ml" Lefkowitz
- Disambiguation, In-Jokes, and Name Collisions: What You Need to Know When Naming a Python Project by Thursday Bram
- Guide to Software Engineering for Visually Impaired by Abrar Sheikh
- Memory Management in Python - The Basics by Nina Zakharenko
- Hi! My name is… by James Bennett
- Let The Computer Write The Tests by Dan Crosta
- Python on Windows is Okay, Actually by Steve Dower
Hope to see you there next year!