PyGrunn is the “Python and friends” developer conference with a local footprint and global mindset. Firmly rooted in the open source culture, it aims to provide the leaders in advanced internet technologies a platform to inform, inspire and impress their peers.
To be announced.
request for proposals
Want to inform, impress, and inspire hundreds of enthusiastic Pythonistas? Come back next year, the RFP for 2021 is closed.
Get your Tickets now!
Be part of the legendary 10th anniversary of PyGrunn. Ticket sale has already started, don’t miss out! Tickets include lunch, coffee and tea and of course access to all talks during PyGrunn. We’ll see you on Friday November 12th, 2021 at PyGrunn!
Please note that in regards of the postponement of PyGrunn to November 12th, 2021: all tickets already purchased for the 2020 edition remain valid for 2021!
To be announced after all the talks have been submitted.
PyGrunn will take place on Friday November 12th, 2021 at Forum Groningen in Groningen.
Forum Groningen is a cultural living and working environment. A place where artists, creative people, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts can meet. A perfect spot for PyGrunn! It is a 10-minute walk from the central train station and in the heart of the city.
Pygrunn is made possible through the efforts of volunteers, speakers and participants, but also by the financial support of a growing number of sponsors. With your contribution Pygrunn has become the largest and most visited Python Conference in the Netherlands.
With more than 200 participants and international speakers, for
one entire day, Groningen can call itself the Python capital of the Netherlands. Your contribution would give PyGrunn a solid financial base in order to achieve everything
With your contribution, we can:
- Keep the ticket prices low;
- Provide a decent location to host Pygrunn;
- Reimburse the travel and accommodation costs of our international speakers;
- Provide catering;
- Stream talks live for those at home;
- And of course print our extremely popular limited edition t-shirts!
blast from the Past pygrunners
Òscar Vilaplana – Advanced Pytest (keynote)
Patrick Vogel & Bogdan – Autom. monitoring & profiling Flask apps
Auke Oosterhoff – Python charges your electric vehicle
Alessio Bogon – File system caching: a backend implementation for dogpile.cache
Gerard Lutterop – Scalable and secure Python REST backends
Miroslav Šedivý – A day has Only 24±1 hours
Do Kester – BayesicFitting. A Toolbox for Bayesian Model Fitting
Teake Nutma – Managing environments and deploys with conda
Rolf Berkenbosch – Python home automation and how to contribute to the community
Ruben Homs – Testing your infrastructure code
Cristian Marocico – Computer vision with Python
Rik Huijzer – Deep learning and natural language processing
Niek Hoekstra & Jean-Paul van Oosten – Lessons from using GraphQL in production
Daniël de Kok – Tensorflow in Rust with a little help from Python
Martin Roelfs – Symbolic Fitting using symfit
Artur Barseghyan – Find your art twin in the Rijksmuseum’s collection
Mark Boer – Embedding the Python interpreter
Daniël de Kok – FinalFusion: Rustic word embeddings for Python
Guus Klinkenberg – What was its type?
Marina Papadopoulou – Disentangling scientific fields with topic analysis in Python
Erik-Jan Blanksma – Data processing and visualisation of tractor data
Jovan Veljanoski – 1 Billion rows, 1 laptop. Serious data science
Thomas Derksen – The applications and implementation of Generative Adversarial Networks
Peter C. Kroon – Python as a scientist’s playground
Reinout van Rees – Cookiecutter: handy project templates
code of conduct
At PyGrunn, we expect everyone to behave with common decency and we expect that everyone is treated with equal respect. PyGrunn staff will take any measures necessary to uphold these golden rules of life.
For details see the complete code of conduct here.