About the conference

PyConline AU 2020 was held on the Internet, in the Curlyboi Convention Centre.

If you're new to our event, you might also want to read about the culture of PyCon AU.

4 Sep: Specialist tracks

The first day of PyConline AU was dedicated to specialist tracks. These tracks, also known as ‘miniconfs’, were curated by smaller specialist groups within Python community, and allowed for more in-depth talks on the subject.

This year we had five fantastic tracks:

5 Sep: Conference main track

Saturday was the main conference event of PyCon AU condensed down to a single day. We invited speakers from all backgrounds and levels of knowledge to share their experience and knowledge with our audience.

Saturday's content was spread across four channels running simultaneously—and since we're not in a brick-and-mortar venue this year, we're not contractually obliged to use someone else's names for our channels, so we've had a bit of fun.

6 Sep: Development sprints and social events

Development Sprints provided an unstructured location for projects and contributors to work in real time on their projects, or for people to hack about with various things with people with experts in their fields.

About PyCon AU

PyCon AU is the national conference for the Python programming community, bringing together professional, student and enthusiast developers, sysadmins and operations folk, students, educators, scientists, statisticians, and many others besides, all with a love for working with Python.

PyCon AU informs the country’s Python developers with presentations, tutorials and panel sessions by experts and core developers of Python, as well as the libraries and frameworks that they rely on.

PyCon AU is typically held in two year blocks at the same city.

Videos from previous years can be watched on the PyConAU YouTube channel.