GitHub Actions & Python

Sat September 05, 11:35 AM–12:00 PM • Back to program
Start time 11:35
End time 12:00
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What are GitHub Actions? Why should I use them? How can I make them?

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GitHub Actions are free-to-use, plug & play blocks of continuous integration / continuous delivery (CICD).

This talk will go into how GitHub actions help me maintain my open source Python packages (Pandas_Alive), and how I released my own GitHub Actions for automating the packaging of Python code to executables with PyInstaller.

Tutorial blog posts I've written:

GitHub Actions I've released:

Open source Python projects that GitHub actions help me maintain:

This talk has a brief mention of animated graphs to do with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jack McKew Mr

I'm an engineer from Newcastle Australia, very passionate about open source software and data science. Always looking for new ideas to try and develop!

I write a weekly blog on technology, programming and more over at

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