Keynote Speaker for PyCon MY Camp 2022

We are pleased to inform that Ng Swee Meng, is our Keynote Speaker for PyCon MY Camp 2022. Swee Meng is a long-time software engineer. Discovering python in 1998 when he was 14. That has setup a path unknowingly to the world of programming. Since then, he has been a software engineer and system administrator for…

SPONSOR TALKS: Manage your Data Science pipeline with Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is constantly being updated with new features for Data Science and Python. We will explore in this session what’s new in Visual Studio Code and Python for Data science and how Visual Studio and Azure Machine Learning Service can help you build, train and deploy models without leaving Visual Studio Code. Joao…

TALK SERIES: Anyone can make visual novels with Ren’py!

In modern times, making a game has never been more easy. Even those with minimal programming knowledge can learn to make a visual novel. Ren’py is a game engine built on top of Python and Pygame. It can make programs for Windows, Mac, Linux, (and with extra libraries) iOS, or Android. In under 20 minutes,…

SPONSOR TALKS: Static Sites with Sphinx and Markdown

Static Sites with Sphinx and Markdown by Paul Everitt Paul is a PyCharm and WebStorm Developer Advocate at JetBrains. Before that, Paul was a co-founder of Zope Corporation, taking the first open source application server through $14M of funding. Paul has bootstrapped both the Python Software Foundation and the Plone Foundation. Prior to that, Paul…

Tutorial Series: Building “Smart Home” With Python by Afeez Aziz

As we approach 2020’s advent of new Internet of Things technologies, smart homes and home automation have become increasingly common rather than inaccessibly luxurious. Numerous IoT products have risen like Google Clips, Amazon Alexa and INSTEON. This is to provide easy-to-install smart home technologies to even the least technologically-savvy consumers. However, with so many products…

TUTORIAL’S SPECIAL: Introduction to Python by Ing Wei Tang

Great news! Python 101 tutorial will be made out public and the link will be shared soon! One of the reasons that perhaps deters people going for PyCon or Python related conferences is people have zero knowledge of python or little knowledge of python programming language. Hence, in order to encourage attendees attending the conference…