In August I finally attended PyBay, after threatening to do so every year it's happened. It was an interesting adventure including a false hotel fire alarm and life threatening drivers, but in the end all was well.
At the conference I got to see some old coworkers and meet awesome new people, but what we're here for are the talks I saw.
The below list is in chronological order, and is all talks I saw in person and want to recommend.
- Keynote: Ethics in the era of AI and ML by Rachel Thomas
- Keynote: Preventing, finding, and fixing bugs on a time budget by Raymond Hettinger
- Clearer Code at Scale: Static Types at Zulip and Dropbox by Greg Price
- Zebras and Lasers: A crash course on barcodes with Python by Jonas Nubert
- 2FA, WTF? by Kelley Robinson
- An Import Loop and a Fiery Reentry by Brandon Rhodes