This talk would cover all about the development sprint which has been hidden weapon of Python community that helps us to have a healthy ecosystem. In this talk, I’ll show the history of development sprint, how it helps us become a strong and diverse community, and how can you host your own development sprint along with what you need to become a good participant. Also I’ll share PyCon Korea’s development sprint cases as well.
Level: Beginner: Target audiences with basic experience of python programming
Requirements to Audiences: Nil
Speaker: Younggun Kim (Korea)
Speaker Bio: Younggun is a Pythonista based in Seoul, Korea and leading engineering department in a video streaming company. He is also actively involved in our community, especially in the East Asia region. Younggun is serving on the PSF Grants working group and has served as a board director of the PSF for the 2016/17 term with a nomination by Carol Willing. He started PyCon Korea for the first time in 2014 with several local community members here. He travels for 6+ PyCons in a year with a nice PSF conference kit.