What we're about

Enhancing the Python community and ecosystems, one developer focused event at a time. Submit talks here 👉 https://bit.ly/sfpythoncfp Sponsor here 👉 https://forms.gle/uAykZXjXWs8Dzfx3A Submit tutorials here 👉 https://bit.ly/sfpythontutorials

Started in Nov 2008, SF Python is the largest, longest running community-run meetup in SF Bay Area. Each year, our dedicated team of volunteers produce 20+ developer focused, live events for Pythonistas to connect, learn, share, and grow together.

Why do we put these events up?

We believe there is power in in-person interactions. We believe in learning, sharing, and helping each other out. And we have seen the results. We have heard stories of people getting their problems solved because of the talks and the people they met at our events. We have witnessed people grow in their career, from receiving their first internship to landing their first speaking gig at conferences. We have even heard companies migrating to a different platform/technologies after attending our conference.

We look forward to your joining this awesome community - be it attending our events, giving a talk (https://bit.ly/sfpythoncfp), donating your venue space, or supporting us financially via sponsorship!

Hope to see you at some or more of the following events!

2 monthly meetups (http://sfpythonmeetup.com/)

- Presentation Night on the 2nd Wednesday of each month features intermediate to advanced level tech talks from Python Software Foundation members, core developers of open-source projects, and local software engineers.

- Project Night on the 3rd Wednesday of most months offers a chill evening to hack on projects, get questions answered, mentor other devs, or attend a tutorial. It's usually held at various companies in SF so you get to sample how different companies are using Python.

PyBay, a yearly regional Python Conference (https://pybay.com)

https://youtu.be/EwK04nc4iyI

PyBay is the local version of PyCon. It's a 4-day event in August with 750+ Python devs, 9+ workshops, 60+ talks, expo, happy hour, and a lot more.

Our annual holiday party

We think you'd agree that if you have been coming to SF Python's events, you have been advancing in your field. So come celebrate the year with us. We will listen to more amazing speakers while enjoying great food, drinks and live music.

Upcoming events (4+)

Meet Mike Driscoll and learn how to create GUIs with PySimpleGUI

SF Python is starting our first meetup of 2022 with the incredible Michael Driscoll. You've probably stumbled upon his popular blog "Mouse vs Python", read one of his books, or listened to him on Real Python. He'll be showing us how to create cross-platform GUIs using Python and PySimpleGUI.

And because of our virtual venue sponsor SauceLabs, you'll be able to interact with our speakers and other attendees like you would in an in-person event.

👉 Please scroll down for the complete speaker line-up, abstracts, and FAQ on how the virtual platform works.

👉 Want to speak at this event, submit your 5 or 15 mins talk proposals here: https://bit.ly/sfpythoncfp

👉 Please RSVP on https://live.remo.co/e/sf-python-january

SCHEDULED TALKS

🔎 Lightning talk (5 mins)
Could be you!
Could be you!

👉 Submit your 5 or 15 mins talk proposals here: https://bit.ly/sfpythoncfp

🔎 Short talk (~15 mins + Q&A)
Building Pytest Plug Ins by Phebe Polk
Learn how to build a plugin and what makes a pytest plug in a pytest plug in.

🔎 Main talk (~25 mins + Q&A)
Creating GUIs with PySimpleGUI by Michael Driscoll

Learn how to create cross-platform GUIs using Python and PySimpleGUI. The PySimpleGUI packages is a wrapper around several other cross-platform GUI packages that simplifies how you create GUIs with Python.

Instead of OOP boilerplate, you use regular Python code and functional programming to create your GUIs with PySimpleGUI.

In this talk, you will learn the basics of PySimpleGUI and I'll show you multiple mini-applications that I have created so you can get an idea of what you can do with this Python package.

Mike Driscoll has been programming with the Python language for more than a decade. When Mike isn't programming for work, he writes about Python on his blog, Mouse vs the Python, and contributes to Real Python. He has worked with Packt Publishing and No Starch Press as a technical reviewer. Mike has also written several books on the Python programming language.

FAQ
👉 How does one network at a virtual event?
https://youtu.be/k87zAKm60UA - join different virtual tables to chat with speakers, find out about how others are using Python, and start your own discussion topic. Simply turn on your mic and video when you arrive at the event link, double click on different tables to join different conversations

AGENDA
6:30p Get familiar with remo.co and reconnect with friends!
7:00p Opening remarks, sponsors acknowledgement
7:10p Scheduled talks and Q&A + networking & yoga break
8:30p Wrap up last talk, more networking

THIS EVENT IS PRODUCED BY
SF Python, a volunteers-run organization aiming to foster the Python Community in the Bay Area

Video Sponsor is IBM

For over a century, IBM has led world-changing progress by uniting, empowering, and relentlessly reinventing itself and their customers. The IBM Data Science Community is the place for data scientists and developers to learn, share, and engage with their peers and industry renowned data scientists. Join the IBM Data Science Community and participate in shaping the digital future

Virtual Platform sponsor is Sauce Labs

Continuous testing is a key enabler of digital confidence — the knowledge that you’re delivering the best possible user experience to your customers. Digitally confident organizations know that their web and mobile applications look, function and perform exactly as intended, every single time they’re used. That’s the value of Sauce Labs

SF Python Presentation Night - Topic TBD

Online event

Want to learn more about Python and meet other Pythonistas?

👉 Submit your 5, 15 or 25 mins talk proposals here: https://bit.ly/sfpythoncfp

Join SF Python on https://live.remo.co/e/sf-python-xxxxx

Enjoy a virtual platform that allows you to interact with others like you would in an in-person event

SCHEDULED TALKS

🔎 Lightning talk (5 mins)
Could be you!
Could be you!
Could be you!

🔎 Short talk (~15 mins + Q&A)
Could be you!

🔎 Main talk (~25 mins + Q&A)
Could be you!

FAQ
👉 How does one network at a virtual event?
https://youtu.be/k87zAKm60UA - join different virtual tables to chat with speakers, find out about how others are using Python, and start your own discussion topic. Simply turn on your mic and video when you arrive at the event link, double click on different tables to join different conversations

AGENDA
6:30p Get familiar with remo.co and reconnect with friends!
7:00p Opening remarks, sponsors acknowledgement
7:10p Scheduled talks and Q&A + networking & yoga break
8:30p Wrap up last talk, more networking

THIS EVENT IS PRODUCED BY
SF Python, a volunteers-run organization aiming to foster the Python Community in the Bay Area

Video Sponsor is IBM

For over a century, IBM has led world-changing progress by uniting, empowering, and relentlessly reinventing itself and their customers. The IBM Data Science Community is the place for data scientists and developers to learn, share, and engage with their peers and industry renowned data scientists. Join the IBM Data Science Community and participate in shaping the digital future

Virtual Platform sponsor is Sauce Labs

Continuous testing is a key enabler of digital confidence — the knowledge that you’re delivering the best possible user experience to your customers. Digitally confident organizations know that their web and mobile applications look, function and perform exactly as intended, every single time they’re used. That’s the value of Sauce Labs

SF Python Presentation Night - Topic TBD

Online event

Want to learn more about Python and meet other Pythonistas?

👉 Submit your 5, 15 or 25 mins talk proposals here: https://bit.ly/sfpythoncfp

Join SF Python on https://live.remo.co/e/sf-python-xxxxx

Enjoy a virtual platform that allows you to interact with others like you would in an in-person event

SCHEDULED TALKS

🔎 Lightning talk (5 mins)
Could be you!
Could be you!
Could be you!

🔎 Short talk (~15 mins + Q&A)
Could be you!

🔎 Main talk (~25 mins + Q&A)
Could be you!

FAQ
👉 How does one network at a virtual event?
https://youtu.be/k87zAKm60UA - join different virtual tables to chat with speakers, find out about how others are using Python, and start your own discussion topic. Simply turn on your mic and video when you arrive at the event link, double click on different tables to join different conversations

AGENDA
6:30p Get familiar with remo.co and reconnect with friends!
7:00p Opening remarks, sponsors acknowledgement
7:10p Scheduled talks and Q&A + networking & yoga break
8:30p Wrap up last talk, more networking

THIS EVENT IS PRODUCED BY
SF Python, a volunteers-run organization aiming to foster the Python Community in the Bay Area

Video Sponsor is IBM

For over a century, IBM has led world-changing progress by uniting, empowering, and relentlessly reinventing itself and their customers. The IBM Data Science Community is the place for data scientists and developers to learn, share, and engage with their peers and industry renowned data scientists. Join the IBM Data Science Community and participate in shaping the digital future

Virtual Platform sponsor is Sauce Labs

Continuous testing is a key enabler of digital confidence — the knowledge that you’re delivering the best possible user experience to your customers. Digitally confident organizations know that their web and mobile applications look, function and perform exactly as intended, every single time they’re used. That’s the value of Sauce Labs

SF Python Presentation Night - Topic TBD

Online event

Want to learn more about Python and meet other Pythonistas?

👉 Submit your 5, 15 or 25 mins talk proposals here: https://bit.ly/sfpythoncfp

Join SF Python on https://live.remo.co/e/sf-python-xxxxx

Enjoy a virtual platform that allows you to interact with others like you would in an in-person event

SCHEDULED TALKS

🔎 Lightning talk (5 mins)
Could be you!
Could be you!
Could be you!

🔎 Short talk (~15 mins + Q&A)
Could be you!

🔎 Main talk (~25 mins + Q&A)
Could be you!

FAQ
👉 How does one network at a virtual event?
https://youtu.be/k87zAKm60UA - join different virtual tables to chat with speakers, find out about how others are using Python, and start your own discussion topic. Simply turn on your mic and video when you arrive at the event link, double click on different tables to join different conversations

AGENDA
6:30p Get familiar with remo.co and reconnect with friends!
7:00p Opening remarks, sponsors acknowledgement
7:10p Scheduled talks and Q&A + networking & yoga break
8:30p Wrap up last talk, more networking

THIS EVENT IS PRODUCED BY
SF Python, a volunteers-run organization aiming to foster the Python Community in the Bay Area

Video Sponsor is IBM

For over a century, IBM has led world-changing progress by uniting, empowering, and relentlessly reinventing itself and their customers. The IBM Data Science Community is the place for data scientists and developers to learn, share, and engage with their peers and industry renowned data scientists. Join the IBM Data Science Community and participate in shaping the digital future

Virtual Platform sponsor is Sauce Labs

Continuous testing is a key enabler of digital confidence — the knowledge that you’re delivering the best possible user experience to your customers. Digitally confident organizations know that their web and mobile applications look, function and perform exactly as intended, every single time they’re used. That’s the value of Sauce Labs

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