Get your Guidebook for PyCon APAC 2017

PyCon APAC 2017 has gone mobile! We have finished building the conference information on Guidebook! Get the guide to access the most up-to-date information about our event, including schedules, speaker information and much more. Get our guide here: http://guidebook.com/g/pyconapac2017 Android and iOS users: Tap the “Download” button to download the free Guidebook app Open Guidebook and…

Program Schedule for PyCon APAC 2017 Announced

We’re excited to finally announce the Program Schedule for PyCon APAC 2017. We will have a full 2 days of conference goodness, with 15 sessions in on the first day and 13 sessions on the second day, spread between two tracks. On the third day of the conference, we have a development sprint session scheduled,…

State of our Call For Proposals

We’re going to go through the current CfPs that we have, and write down a short summary to give you an idea of what kind of PyCon APAC you might be coming to in August. Please keep in mind though that this post doesn’t endorse or means that PyCon APAC will accept any of the…

PyCon MY 2016 Dinner

It has been a tradition for PyCons to have a conference dinner to celebrate the various people that come to our conferences from all around the world. PyCon MY 2016 will be no different, and we will be hosting a dinner for anyone who is interested in making connections and having a great time over…

PyCon MY 2016 program schedule released!

We’ve released our tentative program schedule for this year’s PyCon. I believe we have a good balance set of contents, ranging from how-tos to deep learning to community and experience sharing. If you have not yet purchased your tickets, you can do so here.

Friday Workshop: Building with Python

Good news! To kickoff PyCon MY 2016, we’ll be having a paid workshop for anyone who is interested in jump starting  their next project with Python. Boey Pak Cheong of Pytech Resources will be your trainer and will guide you on using python 3. You can purchase tickets for the workshop here. This workshop is suitable…

Announcing PyCon MY Keynote Speaker Steve Holden

We’re excited to announce our second keynote speaker at PyCon MY 2016. Steve Holden Steve has extensive programming, design and implementation experience which he has used in everything from low-level device drivers to high-volume systems. He was a lecturer in Computer Science at Manchester University in the 1980’s. One of his research projects created the first UK…

Announcing PyCon MY Keynote Speaker Tarek Ziadé

We’re excited to announce our first keynote speaker at PyCon MY 2016. Tarek Ziadé Tarek is an engineering manager at Mozilla, using Python for most of his projects. He was involved a few years ago in helping fixing the packaging issues in Python itself, and has many crazy stories about that. He’s also authored several books and…