Two days, three parallel tracks, four keynotes and 30+ awesome talks.
Six workshops in two blocks and sprinting all day long. Hack on open-source projects together with other Python community members.
Software developer, working at Potato, Ana spends most of her days writing Django powered web apps at Potato London. She really enjoys poking into legacy code and perpetually strives for clean code designs. She’s learned many valuable things both as a mentee and a mentor in programs like Google Summer of Code, Learn IT Girl!, Django Girls, Rails Girls. And she likes Python, books and cats and is known to occasionally give talks.
Lea Polachek is the CTO of she-codes.org organization, she has ten years of experience in Image Processing and algorithm development and a Masters Degree in Physics from Weizmann Institute of Science. She codes is an organization in Israel aimed at promoting women in technology, the organization grew in three years to have over 10,000 members in 25 locations all around Israel including universities and hi-tech companies.
Jackie is a Czech-American engineering and technology consultant with a focus in data science, teaching, and organizational change. She has worked with various major companies and The United States government including The White House and The Washington Post. She is a leader in PyLadies and sits on the Board of Directors for the Python Software Foundation. She is also the author of O’Reilly book, Data Wrangling with Python, and Mesa, a agent-based modeling library in Python. In her spare time, she is working on her Ph.D in Computational Social Science at George Mason University. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband and three dogs.
Benny Daon has been coding for 33 years now, starting at his Bar-Mitzvah with an 8-bit Atari. After a successful gig as co-founder and CEO of Shunra Software (here's the 1998 web page of our first product The Cloud), he’s spent most of the last 8 years coding for sites using Python, Django and Flask. and weaving a network of developers. He’s one of the founders of PyWeb-IL from which the Open Knesset project grew, later giving birth to its mother org - The Public Knowledge Workshop. In the last year Benny has been freelancing for the Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv, bringing their datasets to the web i.e. here's what they have on Brno.