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PyCon 2019 | Making Music with Python, SuperCollider and FoxDot Speaker: Jessica Garson   Learn how to make music with Python, SuperCollider and FoxDot. We’ll create a song together in this live coded adventure. Slides can be found at: https://speakerdeck.com/pycon2019 and https://github.com/PyCon/2019-slides

PyCon 2019 | Hands-On Web Application Security with Django Speaker: Jacinda Shelly   XSS, SQL Injections and Improper Authorization, oh my! Between the OWASP Top 10, CSRF, stealing sessions, and DDOS attacks, have you ever felt that the world of web security was too complex to understand? Do you find yourself wishing that you understood …

PyCon 2019 | Practical API Security Speaker: Adam Englander   With the dominance of Mobile Apps, Single Page Apps for the Web, and Micro-Services, we are all building more APIs than ever before. Like many other developers, I had struggled with finding the right mix of security and simplicity for securing APIs. Some standards from …

PyCon 2019 | Getting started with Kubernetes and container orchestration Speaker: Jérôme Petazzoni, AJ Bowen   You’ve started to “”containerize”” your applications by writing a Dockerfile or two, and now you want to run your containers in a cluster. But Kubernetes is quite different from Docker: the smallest unit of deployment is not a container, …

PyCon 2019 | Writing about Python (Even When You Hate Writing) Speaker: Thursday Bram   This tutorial is an introduction to writing about Python: we’ll cover potential pitfalls in documentation and other technical writing, practice writing non-technical content (from blog posts to job listings), and testing our writing for readability and accessibility. We’ll even cover …

PyCon 2019 | Supporting Engineers with Mental Health Issues Speaker: Jenna Quindica   People live with mental health stigma because we learn that we’re supposed to be strong and resilient. It’s okay not to be strong or resilient all the time. Discussing mental illness is uncomfortable. In this talk, I will help you overcome that …

PyCon 2019 | Writing Command Line Applications that Click Speaker: Dave Forgac   Click is a Python package that helps you create well-behaved command line interfaces with minimal code. In this tutorial you will: Learn what makes a command line application “”well-behaved”” Build an application that exercises the most commonly-used features of Click Get an …

PyCon 2019 | Network Analysis Made Simple Speaker: Mridul Seth, Eric Ma   Have you ever wondered about how those data scientists at Facebook and LinkedIn make friend recommendations? Or how epidemiologists track down patient zero in an outbreak? If so, then this tutorial is for you. In this tutorial we will use a variety …

PyCon 2019 | Dependency Hell: A Library Author’s Guide Speaker: Yanhui Li, Brian Quinlan   Python is known for its “”batteries included”” philosophy but no Python developer can live without the language’s rich library ecosystem. Unfortunately, as the number of libraries increases, so does the risk of cross-library incompatibilities, or “”dependency hell””. Dependency hell arises …

PyCon 2019 | A Guide to Software Engineering for Visually Impaired Speaker: Abrar Ahmed Sheikh   We will look into a day in the life of a Software Engineer with limited vision to Understand their difficulties at work and how they can overcome those difficulties to become successful in their role. I am a backend …