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Curlyboi Theatre Python 2 Memorial Concert Hall Flip Floperator Auditorium The One, Obvious Room

11:00–11:25

What happens behind execution of an `import` statement? P
Shivashis Padhi

11:35–12:00

Text files full of punctuation? There must be a better way to code. L
Katie Bell

06:05–06:25

Conference Close L
Benno Rice, Leigh Brenecki, Lilly Ryan

04:00–04:25

Your Escape Plan From Numpy + Cython P
Cheng-Lin Yang

02:40–02:55

Introducing Lambda Calculus with Python L
Indranil Ghosh

11:35–12:00

Getting Over the Boring Stuff Quicker - Building a Semi-Automated Speech Audio Annotation Tool L
Xin Liang

05:10–06:05

Closing Keynote: Drop Your Tools – Does Expertise have a Dark Side? L
Sean Brady

01:35–01:50

Procedural Generation of Terrain P
Suzanne Baxter

02:05–02:30

Ensuring Black voices matter: Why your voice assistant is racist, and what we can do about it L
Kathy Reid

02:40–02:55

Wearing Your Python, and Making It Sing Too! L
Rowena Stewart

10:25–10:50

Practicality Beats Purity: The Zen of Python’s Escape Hatch? P
Christopher Neugebauer

01:35–01:50

Under and Dunder - Python secret functions L
Cheuk Ting Ho

11:00–11:25

I don't need friends, I can build my own L
Sarah Levins

02:05–02:30

Making Codebases Easier to Learn and Maintain L
Tennessee Leeuwenburg

01:00–01:25

Publishing well-formed Python packages L
Julin Shaji

04:35–05:00

The Hitchhiker's Guide to CLIs in Python P
Vinayak Mehta

02:40–02:55

Queues - The Secret Sauce L
Jeremy Rotstein

09:00–09:25

Conference opening P
Benno Rice, Leigh Brenecki

11:35–12:00

GitHub Actions & Python L
Jack McKew

04:00–04:25

The art of categorical encoding for Tabular data problems L
Shubh Chatterjee

04:35–05:00

What happens when you run manage.py test ? P
Adam Johnson

09:25–10:05

Opening Keynote: MirrorWorld P
Heidi Waterhouse

10:25–10:50

Staircase: fast analysis with step functions P
Riley Clement

10:25–10:50

At The Root : Wagtail + Gatsby + GitPod L
Dawn

11:00–11:25

Engineers to Data-Scientists with Python L
James Schulte

11:00–11:25

Speeding up Your Docker Image Build L
Vladislav Supalov

02:05–02:30

The Art of Micropython- using Python to create award winning art L
Peter van der Burg

01:00–01:55

This Talk Has Been Disabled P
Dawn E. Collett

04:35–05:00

How a major museum runs on Python P
Greg Turner, Ali Haberfield, Simon Loffler

04:00–04:25

Decoding: programming beyond text files P
Nick Moore

04:35–05:00

Using Jupyter Notebooks to Empower the Public with Environmental Data P
Maalvika Bhat

10:25–10:50

What The GIL Means For Containers P
Noah Kantrowitz

04:00–04:25

3 ways to test S3 in Python P
Sanjay Siddhanti

01:00–01:55

A Reflection on Software Testing P
Richard Jones

01:00–01:25

Ensemble-X: Your personal strataGEM to build Ensembled Deep Learning Models for Medical Imaging P
Dipam Paul, Alankrita Tewari

11:35–12:00

Stop Writing Tests! L
Zac Hatfield-Dodds

02:05–02:30

Graph Databases will change your (freakin') life L
Elena Williams

02:40–02:55

So what is this time thing anyway? L
Samuel Bishop
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