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.
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for Pygrunn ’24
PyGrunn will take place on Friday May 26th, 2023 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
Sebastián Ramírez (keynote) - FastAPI
Arjan Egges (keynote) - Software design in Python (keynote)
Jelle Klaver & Sven Vintges - Back to the future of software development
Jan Margeta - 3D geometries, mesh processing, and interactive visualizations in Python
Yonatan Alexander - What can big language models do?
Sebastiaan Zeeff - Getting started with security in your code
Ivor Bosloper - FastAPI with Django
Dirk Nederveen - Why can't we deliver this today?
Emil Loer - Bridging the Python and Rust gap, asynchronously
Peter Uittenbroek - Developer happiness
Dulaj Disanayaka - Optimizations for mere mortals
Jan Murre - Your API on the fly!
Jan-Hein Bührman - When and how to refactor your code into generators
Jan Gazda - DIY Jupyter Notebooks in Production
Hylke Donker - JAX and its' ecosystem
JP van Oosten - A Python developer’s guide to ChatGPT
Artur Barseghyan - Testing files like a pro
Òscar Vilaplana - Fast Evolution, Solid Core
Kees Hink - Easy user interaction testing with webtest
Sebastián Ramírez - Q&A with the FastAPI author
Vito Minheere - Error handling is boring but this is the Exception
Mike Huls - Python under the hood: why Python is so slow and how to speed it up
Daan Vielen - The journey of a Django application: from startup to scale up to enterprise
Alexander Solovyov - Frontend for backenders
Charlie X - Blunder: Unraveling catastrophes
Sven Vintges - Strategic DDD for developers
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.