PyCon LT 2022

Emma Delescolle

Long-time pythonista, Django fan, co-maintainer and co-author of DRF-Schema-Adapter and other OSS libraries.
Interested in both backend and frontend.

I am from Belgium and have been involved in open-source at different levels for over a 15 years.

One of the things I enjoy the most is sharing knowledge with others. And this is why I enjoy writing tutorials as well as giving talks and workshops.

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Py:Script: could it be used as a frontend framework?
Emma Delescolle

A few weeks ago, Py:Script was announced. This means that Python can now run in the browser, no transpiling or compiling of any kind needed.

This is great news but does it mean we will now be able to run well-known Python web frameworks in the browser? Or maybe we need to make schmol adjustments in order to make it work?

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