May 19, 2017

  Oregon Ballroom 201–202 Oregon Ballroom 203–204 Portland Ballroom 251 & 258 Portland Ballroom 252–253 Portland Ballroom 254–255
08:00AM Breakfast
09:00AM Welcome to PyCon
09:30AM Keynote
10:10AM Break
10:50AM Requests Under The Hood Cory Benfield
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Experiment Assignment on the Web Jessica Stringham
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Optimizations which made Python 3.6 faster than Python 3.5 Victor Stinner
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In-Memory Event Resequencing: Realistic Testing For Impossible Bugs Glyph
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Title Available On Request: An Introduction to Lazy Evaluation Joe Jevnik
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11:30AM Passing Exceptions 101: Paradigms in Error Handling Amandine Lee
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Type uWSGI; press enter; what happens? Asheesh Laroia, Philip James
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Prehistoric Patterns in Python Lennart Regebro
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Big picture software testing: unit testing, Lean Startup, and everything in-between Itamar Turner-Trauring
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Immutable Programming - Writing Functional Python Calen Pennington
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12:10PM Grok the GIL: Write Fast And Thread-Safe Python A. Jesse Jiryu Davis
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Web identity: OAuth2 and OpenIDConnect Brendan McCollam
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The Gilectomy: How's It Going? Larry Hastings
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Next Level Testing James Saryerwinnie
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Introduction to Threat Modeling Ying Li, David Lawrence
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12:40PM Lunch Lunch
12:55PM Lunch Lunch Lunch
01:40PM Implementing Concurrency and Parallelism From The Ground Up Amber Brown
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Solid Snakes or: How to Take 5 Weeks of Vacation Hynek Schlawack
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01:55PM Community powered packaging: conda-forge Filipe Pires Alvarenga Fernandes
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Packaging Let’s Encrypt: Lessons learned shipping Python code to hundreds of thousands of users Noah Swartz
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Dial M For Mentor Mariatta Wijaya
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02:35PM Instagram Filters in 15 Lines of Python Michele Pratusevich
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Factory Automation with Python - Stories about Robots, Serial Ports, and Barcode Readers Jonas Neubert
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Snek in the Browser Katie McLaughlin
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Dr. Microservices, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the API Ryan Anguiano
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Rants and Ruminations From A Job Applicant After 💯 CS Job Interviews in Silicon Valley Susan Tan
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03:15PM Python from Space: Analyzing Open Satellite Imagery Using the Python Ecosystem Katherine Scott
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What's in your pip toolbox? Jon Banafato
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I Installed Python 3.6 on Windows and I Liked It Steve Dower
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5 ways to deploy your Python web app in 2017 Andrew T. Baker
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Constructive Code Review Erik Rose
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03:45PM Break Break
04:00PM Break Break Break
04:15PM A gentle introduction to deep learning with TensorFlow Michelle Fullwood
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Dask: A Pythonic Distributed Data Science Framework Matthew Rocklin
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04:30PM The Glory of pdb's set_trace Nicole Zuckerman
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Building A Gigaword Corpus: Lessons on Data Ingestion, Management, and Processing for NLP Rebecca Bilbro
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Re-Programming the Human Genome with Python Riley Doyle
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05:10PM Looping Like a Pro in Python David "DB" Baumgold
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Snakes on a Hyperplane: Python Machine Learning in Production Jessica Lundin
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Algorithmic Music Generation Padmaja V Bhagwat
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Leveraging Serverless Architecture for Powerful Data Pipelines Jason Myers
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The Wild West of Data Wrangling Sarah Guido
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05:40PM Lightning Talks
06:40PM

May 20, 2017

  Oregon Ballroom 201–202 Oregon Ballroom 203–204 Portland Ballroom 251 & 258 Portland Ballroom 252–253 Portland Ballroom 254–255
08:00AM Breakfast
08:30AM Lightning Talks
09:00AM Keynote
09:40AM Keynote
10:20AM Break
10:50AM Debugging in Python 3.6: Better, Faster, Stronger Elizaveta Shashkova
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It's time for datetime Mario Corchero
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The Memory Chronicles: A Tale of Two Pythons Kavya Joshi
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Automate AWS With Python Moshe Zadka
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The trends in choosing licenses in Python ecosystem Anwesha Das
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11:30AM Readability Counts Trey Hunner
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Temporal Data Structures with SQLAlchemy and Postgres Joseph Leingang
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When the abyss gazes back: staring down Python's surprising internals David Wolever
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Awesome Command Line Tools Amjith Ramanujam
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How documentation works, and how to make it work for your project Daniele Procida
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12:10PM Static Types for Python Jukka Lehtosalo, David Fisher
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What's new in Python 3.6 Brett Cannon
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Modern Python Dictionaries -- A confluence of a dozen great ideas Raymond Hettinger
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Exploring Network Programmability with Python and YANG Lisa N Roach
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Level up! Rethinking the Web API framework. Tom Christie
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12:40PM Lunch Lunch
12:55PM Lunch Lunch Lunch
01:40PM Text is More Complicated Than You Think: Comparing and Sorting Unicode Morgan Wahl
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An Introduction to Reinforcement Learning Jessica Forde
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01:55PM Know thy self: Methods and method binding Thomas Ballinger
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Magic Method, on the wall, who, now, is the `__fairest__` one of all? Sep Dehpour
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How to write a Python transpiler Russell Keith-Magee
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02:35PM Decorators, unwrapped: How do they work? Katie Silverio
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How to make a good library API Flávio Juvenal
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Designing secure APIs with state machines Ashwini Oruganti, Mark Williams
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Human-Machine Collaboration for Improved Analytical Processes Tony Ojeda
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The Fastest FizzBuzz in the West: Make Your Own Language with RPLY and RPython Dustin Ingram
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03:15PM The Dictionary Even Mightier Brandon Rhodes
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Library UX: Using abstraction towards friendlier APIs Mali Akmanalp
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Ending Py2/Py3 compatibility in a user friendly manner Matthias Bussonnier, Mike Pacer, Thomas Kluyver
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Lights, camera, action! Scraping a great dataset to predict Oscar winners Deborah Hanus
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Executing python functions in the linux kernel by transpiling to bpf Alex Gartrell
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03:45PM Break Break
04:00PM Break Break Break
04:30PM No More Sad Pandas: Optimizing Pandas Code for Speed and Efficiency Sofia Heisler
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Yes, It's Time to Learn Regular Expressions Al Sweigart
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Writing a C Python extension in 2017 Jean-Baptiste Aviat
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The Python Visualization Landscape Jake VanderPlas
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Beyond scraping: how to use machine learning when you're not sure where to start Julie Lavoie
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05:10PM Tracing, Fast and Slow: Digging into and improving your web service’s performance Lynn Root
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Fuzzy Search Algorithms: How and When to Use Them Jiaqi Liu
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Cython as a Secret Weapon for Efficiency Alex Orlov
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Python for mathematical visualization: a four-dimensional case study David Dumas
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Unicode: what is the big deal? Łukasz Langa
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05:40PM Lightning Talks
06:30PM PyLadies Charity Auction
09:00PM

May 21, 2017

  Oregon Ballroom 201–202 Oregon Ballroom 203–204 Portland Ballroom 251 & 258 Portland Ballroom 252–253 Portland Ballroom 254–255
08:00AM Breakfast
08:30AM Lightning Talks
09:00AM PSF Community Service Awards
09:20AM Python Panel with Guido van Rossum
10:00AM Poster Session / Job Fair / Lunch — Expo Hall
01:10PM Share Your Code! Python Packaging Without Complication Dave Forgac
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async/await and asyncio in Python 3.6 and beyond Yury Selivanov
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Probabilistic Programming with PyMC3 Christopher Fonnesbeck
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Hacking Classic Nintendo Games with Python Sam Agnew
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Piecing it Together: A beginner's guide to application configuration Mary Nagle
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01:50PM One Data Pipeline to Rule Them All Sam Kitajima-Kimbrel
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Asynchronous Python for the Complete Beginner Miguel Grinberg
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The Next Step: Finding Model Parameters With Random Walks Christine Waigl
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Look mum no hands! From blinking LEDs to a bike speedometer with MicroPython Tim Head
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Python in The Serverless Era Benny Bauer
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02:30PM Building Stream Processing Applications Amit Ramesh, Qui Nguyen
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aiosmtpd - A better asyncio based SMTP server Barry Warsaw
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Bayesian Statistical Analysis with Python Eric J. Ma
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Hacking Cars with Python Eric Evenchick
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Gothic Colors: Using Python to understand color in nineteenth-century literature Eleanor Stribling, Caroline Winter
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03:10PM Keynote
03:50PM Final Remarks and Conference Close
04:00PM