Category: 2020 Spring

Post event survey of PyCon HK 2020 Spring

Post event survey of PyCon HK 2020 Spring

Thanks for your participation at the online PyCon HK 2020 Spring, and thanks for our speakers and hosts this weekend. After this online conference, we will move back to offline, we are going to prepare the next PyCon HK this October, a physical conference. We would like to collect feedbacks from you. Survey: https://forms.gle/fHSgdsAm3d6rAfx59

Agenda of PyCon HK 2020 Spring is released

Agenda of PyCon HK 2020 Spring is released

The agenda of the online PyCon HK 2020 Spring on 8-10 May 2020 is now released with a G calender. No pre-registration is required and all sessions are free-of-charge. Thanks for our speakers and a small volunteer team to make this happen. Making Donation to PSF We encourage you to make a donation to the…

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Announcing all sessions of PyCon HK 2020 Spring

Announcing all sessions of PyCon HK 2020 Spring

We are delighted to receive over 20 proposals, and 17 of them are accepted. Sessions covers Machine Learning & Data Science, Python essentials, Web & Application and other topics. Half of them will be presented on Friday & Saturday afternoon, and some sessions and unconference sessions will be also presented on Sunday. The full list…

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2nd batch of accepted proposals for Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring

2nd batch of accepted proposals for Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring

We are delighted to announce the 2nd batch of accepted proposals for the Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring. Content Migration with Python (Brent Deverman) (Hong Kong) GraalPython: Polyglot Applications with GraalVM (Amitpal Dhillon) (Singapore) Deceptive Security using Python (Gajendra Deshpande) (India) You can also check out the full topic lineup here. If you missed the…

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The Development Sprint of Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring

The Development Sprint of Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring

9-10 May 2020 (Saturday-Sunday) are the date of the development sprint at the Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring. Development sprints are a key part of PyCon, and a chance for the contributors to open-source projects to get together face-to-face for up to four days of intensive learning, development and camaraderie. Newbies sit with gurus, go…

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Accepted proposals for Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring

Accepted proposals for Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring

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…

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The Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring call for proposals

The Online PyCon HK 2020 Spring call for proposals

2 April 2020 (Hong Kong) – The Online edition PyCon HK 2020 Spring is now calling for proposals. Due to the widespread COVID-19 virus, many technology conferences including some PyCons are canceled or postponed, we hope to keep the python activities running actively online, therefore the idea of organising an online edition of PyCon HK…

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