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PyCon Africa

When

4th - 8th Aug, 2020

Where

Online

PyCon Africa 2020 will be Online

PyCon Africa is the gathering of the Pan African Python Community.

We had the very first edition in 2019 and while the conference cannot take place in person this year, we would still be having it online making it PycOnline Africa 2020!

Important | Timelines

Day 1

4th Aug

Day 2

5th Aug

Day 3

6th Aug

Day 4

7th Aug

Day 5

8th Aug




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Our CFP is closed!

Pycon Africa is going virtual in August 2020!
Please note that the call for proposals closed on 5th June 2020.


Submit a proposal

Our | Speakers

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Joannah Nanjekye

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Python Core Developer
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Lorena Mesa

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Chair - The Python Software Foundation

PyCon Africa will be organized into four distinct tracks, namely PyData, Web / DevOps, General Python, and Python Community.


PyData

The topics of interest for PyData include, but are not limited to:
Numerical and Scientific Computations Machine Learning Text Mining and Natural language Processing Data mining and Analytics Big Data Data visualization tools and libraries Reproducible Research Linked Data and Semantic Web

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Web / Devops

The topics of interest for Web/DevOps include, but are not limited to:
Frameworks (Django, Flask, Pyramid, etc) Background Tasks (Celery, etc) WSGI Orchestration (Ansible, Fabric, etc) Continuos Integration Core & Internals Testing Enterprise


General Python

Suggested topics for this track include, but are not limited to:
Python libraries and extensions Databases Documentation Open Source Python projects Packaging Issues Programming Tools Project Best Practices

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Python Community

Diversity in the Python Community, Organising a Conference or Meetup

2019 | Highlights

PyCon Africa 2019 was the first-ever pan-African meeting of the Python programming community, and took place in Accra, Ghana from the 6th - 10th August. It included five days of workshops, talks, sprints and events such as a Django Girls tutorial.

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