We are delighted to announce the 1st batch of accepted proposals for the Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring.
Accepted English Proposals:
- A Day Has Only 24±1 Hours (Miroslav Šedivý) (Germany)
- Python Memory Management 101 (José Manuel Ortega) (Spain)
- Build a Python IoT Image Classification solution and integrate with Azure Serverless Functions (Dave Glover) (Australia)
- Decade of PyCon JP: How we spread the Python community in Japan (Takanori Suzuki) (Japan)
- Fighting COVID-19 with Machine Learning (Ching Lam Choi) (Hong Kong)
- django-scim2: User provisioning at scale (Paul Logston) (Taiwan)
- Real Time Stream Processing with Python at Scale (Alejandro Saucedo) (United Kingdom)
- Why should you learn writing C extension? (Gavin Chan) (Hong Kong)
- What can we do for the Python community in Hong Kong in 2020? (Sammy Fung) (Hong Kong)
- How to Transform Research Oriented Code into Machine Learning APIs with Python (Tetsuya Jesse Hirata) (Japan)
Accepted Cantonese Proposals:
- The End of Jupyter Notebook (Alex Lau) (Hong Kong)
- How to use Azure Machine Learning with Python (Kinfey Lo) (Guangzhou)
- 廣東話香港Python社群聚會 (Sammy Fung) (Hong Kong)
Accepted Lightening Talk Proposals:
- Why is it so difficult to retire an unused function? (Gavin Chan) (Hong Kong) (English)
The online conference is not limited by the physical capacity, and can be recorded. We also extends the Call for Proposals to the end of April.
The development sprint is a key component in the PyCon, we are looking for a better plan to do it online during the weekend. We expects to announce the plan next week.