PyCon UK 2019

Version 0.64 Sept. 16, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.63 Sept. 16, 2019

We have a new talk: “The Fallacy of Meritocracy” by Nikoleta Glynatsi .

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “Helping Python Slither Under The Fence” by Steve Barnes.

Version 0.62 Sept. 15, 2019

We have a new talk: “Dictionaries, behind the scenes” by Gisela Rossi .

Version 0.61 Sept. 15, 2019

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “Dictionaries, behind the scenes” by Gisela Rossi.

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.60 Sept. 14, 2019

We have moved a talk around: “TDD in Python with pytest” by Leonardo Giordani (Sept. 13, 2019, 2:30 p.m., Room A → Sept. 14, 2019, 2:30 p.m., Room L).

Version 0.59 Sept. 13, 2019

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “**Young Coders** Introduction to Graphics in Python” by Nishka.

Version 0.58 Sept. 13, 2019

We have a new talk: “The world's cheapest, simplest plotter” by Daniele Procida .

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “I didn't know that!” by Daniele Procida.

Version 0.57 Sept. 10, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.56 Sept. 6, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.55 Sept. 6, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.54 Sept. 2, 2019

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “Working with PyTorch for Deep Learning” by Jonathan Fernandes.

Version 0.53 Aug. 31, 2019

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “Create your first mypy plugin” by Vladimir Puzakov.

Version 0.52 Aug. 27, 2019

We have a new talk: “Code Dojo” by Tom Viner, Daniel Pope .

Version 0.51 Aug. 27, 2019

Nothing has changed, we just wanted to change the version name. It was going out of style.

Version 0.50 Aug. 26, 2019

We have a new talk: “**Young Coders** Mutating Monsters” by Patrick Barry .

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “The Not-So-Private Side of Social Media” by Lorena Carthy.

We have moved a talk around: “How to write readable tests” by David Seddon (Ferrier Hall → Assembly Room)

Version 0.49 Aug. 22, 2019

We have a new talk: “Board Games and Manual Technology Evening” by Sandy, Becky Smith .

Version 0.48 Aug. 22, 2019

We have a new talk: “DjangoGirls Setup Helpdesk” by Ann Barr .

Version 0.47 Aug. 21, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.46 Aug. 21, 2019

We have a new talk: “Conference Dinner” by Daniele Procida .

Version 0.45 Aug. 21, 2019

We have a new talk: “Just Visiting” by David Spademan .

Version 0.44 Aug. 20, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.43 Aug. 20, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.42 Aug. 20, 2019

We have a new talk: “Trans*Code” by Emma Delescolle .

Version 0.41 Aug. 20, 2019

We have new talks!

Version 0.40 Aug. 20, 2019

We have a new talk: “**Young Coders** Mission to Mars Rover Microbit Radio Control” by Robert Wiltshire .

Version 0.39 Aug. 19, 2019

We have new talks!

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “Get started with Deep Learning using Keras and NumPy” by Sebastian Hanus.

Version 0.38 Aug. 16, 2019

We have moved a talk around: “Plug & train: flexible customisation and extension of python's deep learning frameworks” by Jan Freyberg, Isobel Weinberg (Sept. 15, 2019, 10:30 a.m. → Sept. 15, 2019, 2:30 p.m.)

Version 0.37 Aug. 16, 2019

We have moved a talk around: “**Young Coders** Introduction to Graphics in Python” by Nishka (Sept. 14, 2019, 2:30 p.m. → Sept. 14, 2019, 11:30 a.m.)

Version 0.36 Aug. 15, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.35 Aug. 14, 2019

We have a new talk: “Data Scientist Career Path: How to find your way through the data science maze” by Solveiga Vivian-Griffiths, Natalie Jakomis .

Version 0.34 Aug. 14, 2019

We have a new talk: “Implementing a simple API using Django REST Framework” by Miles Cook, Devang Mehta .

Version 0.33 Aug. 13, 2019

No changes are visible in this version, but be assured we're working on cool new versions behind the scenes.

Version 0.32 Aug. 13, 2019

We have moved a talk around: “TDD in Python with pytest” by Leonardo Giordani (Sept. 13, 2019, 10:30 a.m. → Sept. 13, 2019, 2:30 p.m.)

Version 0.31 Aug. 13, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.30 Aug. 12, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.29 Aug. 6, 2019

Nothing has changed, we just wanted to change the version name. It was going out of style.

Version 0.28 Aug. 6, 2019

Nothing has changed, we just wanted to change the version name. It was going out of style.

Version 0.27 Aug. 6, 2019

We have moved a talk around: “Automated Timeseries Analysis with Gaussian Processes” by Joe Hall (Ferrier Hall → Assembly Room)

Version 0.26 Aug. 6, 2019

We have a new talk: “Automated Timeseries Analysis with Gaussian Processes” by Joe Hall .

Version 0.25 Aug. 2, 2019

We have new talks!

Version 0.24 Aug. 1, 2019

We have a new talk: “How to write readable tests” by David Seddon .

Version 0.23 July 30, 2019

We have a new talk: “Training my dog with Python” by Vince Knight .

Version 0.22 July 26, 2019

We have moved a talk around: “Python in Medicine: A toolkit for exploring neonatal ventilator data” by David Chong, Gusztav Belteki (Sept. 13, 2019, 10:30 a.m., Ferrier Hall → Sept. 13, 2019, 12:30 p.m., Room D).

Version 0.21 July 25, 2019

We have moved a talk around: “Python in Medicine: A toolkit for exploring neonatal ventilator data” by David Chong, Gusztav Belteki (Sept. 13, 2019, 2:30 p.m., Room D → Sept. 13, 2019, 10:30 a.m., Ferrier Hall).

Version 0.20 July 25, 2019

Nothing has changed, we just wanted to change the version name. It was going out of style.

Version 0.19 July 25, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.18 July 24, 2019

Nothing has changed, we just wanted to change the version name. It was going out of style.

Version 0.17 July 21, 2019

We have new talks!

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.16 July 16, 2019

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.15 July 16, 2019

We have a new talk: “Charming the Snake - Writing Secure Python Code” by Kashish .

We have moved a talk around: “Static Typing in Python” by Dustin Ingram (Sept. 15, 2019, 11:30 a.m. → Sept. 13, 2019, 12:30 p.m.)

Version 0.14 July 10, 2019

We have new talks!

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.13 July 7, 2019

Nothing has changed, we just wanted to change the version name. It was going out of style.

Version 0.12 July 6, 2019

We have a new talk: “Choosing the right Deep Learning Framework: A Deep Learning Approach” by Nick Acosta .

Version 0.11 July 5, 2019

We have a new talk: “Research Software Engineers: Who, What, Why and a Django API” by Teri Forey .

Version 0.10 July 5, 2019

We have a new talk: “Reproducible Science: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly and The Untold” by Dr. Tania Allard .

Version 0.9 July 5, 2019

We have a new talk: “More Than You Ever Wanted To Know About Python Functions” by Mark Smith .

Version 0.8 July 4, 2019

We have a new talk: “Don't Cross The Streams: An Introduction to Virtual Environments” by Hannah Hazi .

Version 0.7 July 4, 2019

We have a new talk: “Sans I/O programming patterns – what, why, and how” by Alex Chan .

Version 0.6 July 4, 2019

We have new talks!

Version 0.5 July 4, 2019

We have moved a talk around: “You are in a maze of twisty little passages” by David R. MacIver (Sept. 13, 2019, 10:30 a.m. → Sept. 13, 2019, 11:30 a.m.)

Version 0.4 July 4, 2019

Nothing has changed, we just wanted to change the version name. It was going out of style.

Version 0.3 July 4, 2019

We have new talks!

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.2 July 3, 2019

We have new talks!

We have moved a talk around: “Hardware Hacking Workshop” by Sarah Townson (Sept. 14, 2019, 10:30 a.m., Room B → Sept. 15, 2019, 2:30 p.m., Room C).

Version 0.1 July 3, 2019

This is where it all began.