Meet our keynote speaker David Cournapeau!

David Cournapeau is a data scientist. He is the original author of the scikit-learn package, an open source machine learning library in the Python programming language. He is a self-described "deployment/packaging geek".

David graduated with a MSc in Electrical Engineering from Telecom Paristech, Paris in 2004, and obtained his PhD in Computer Science at Kyoto University, Japan, in the domain of speech recognition.

He joined Cogent Labs in August 2017. As head of the Machine Learning Engineering Team, he plays a pivotal role at the interface between cutting-edge research and product development. Beyond his work at Cogent Labs, David is also well known in the open source community as the original author of scikit-learn, and a major contributor to NumPy and SciPy.

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Our early bird tickets were sold out in less than one week!

Thank you for your support! As a token of appreciation, we’re extending one last round of early bird tickets for those who just got to know about the event. So last chance for you to grab your early bird tickets! And yes, it is really very limited. If you can afford it, we encourage you to purchase a regular ticket as it enables others who can't afford a regular ticket to attend.

You'll be helping us build a Python community event that is accessible to more people. If your company is paying for you, please note that you can only get a tax invoice with the regular ticket.

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Meet our keynote speaker Katie McLaughlin!

Katie has worn many different hats over the years. She has been a software developer for many programming languages, systems administrator for multiple operating systems, and speaker on many different topics.

She is currently a Cloud Developer Advocate at Google, a Director of the Python Software Foundation, a Director of the Django Software Foundation, and Conference Director for PyCon AU 2018/2019. She won the O’Reilly Open Source Award in 2017, and was a finalist in the Red Hat Women in Open Source Award in 2018.

When she’s not changing the world, she enjoys cooking, making tapestries, and seeing just how well various application stacks handle emoji.

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True Digital Park is Thailand’s first and Southeast Asia’s largest startup and tech entrepreneurs campus. Spanning over 200,000 sq.m, the emerging innovation district “Bangkok CyberTech”, giving vast expansion opportunities across digital domains and geographic spaces.

True Digital Park is a critical driver to the development of the startup and innovation ecosystem in Thailand all under one roof with startups, entrepreneurs, tech companies investors, accelerators, incubators, academies and government agencies. It features a wide range of world-class business and lifestyle offerings with a combination of campus area, lifestyle area and residential area.

Situated in the East of Bangkok, True Digital Park is only 5 mins walk from BTS Punnawithi Station and 10 mins BTS ride from City Center [Asoke].

Pycon will be hosting 3 tracks over the 2 days conference Track 1 at the Auditorium, Track 2 at the Townhall and Track 3 at the Workshop room. With an open platform space, True Digital Park allows plenty of mingling space for great social interaction between attendees, speakers and sponsors. There are also over 200 retail shops including bookshops, pharmacy, cafes, restaurants and food hall onsite.

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Meet our keynote speaker Adam Paszke!

Adam Paszke is an author and maintainer of PyTorch. Despite being early in his career he already has a few years of experience working with large organizations like Facebook AI Research and NVIDIA. Currently, he pursues two majors — Computer Science and Mathematics — at the University of Warsaw. His general interests include graph theory, programming languages, algorithmics and machine learning.

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Meet our keynote speaker Dr Russell Keith-Magee!

Dr Russell Keith-Magee is the founder of the BeeWare project, developing GUI tools and libraries to support the development of Python software on desktop and mobile platforms. He is also a 13 year veteran of the Django core team, and for 5 years, was President of the Django Software Foundation. In his day job, he wrangles data pipelines for Survata. He is a frequent speaker at Python and Django conferences around the globe, sharing his experiences as a FLOSS developer, community maintainer, and (unsuccessful) startup founder. He lives in Whadjuk Noongar country - otherwise known as Perth, Western Australia.

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Call for Talks submissions is open

We’re open for your proposal for talks, lightning talks and workshops now!

After the great success to our very first PyCon Thailand, we’re inviting you to submit your proposal for the 2nd edition of PyCon Thailand happening on June 15-16 2019 in the all new True Digital Park.

PyCon’s happening all over the world so join us and be a part of this dynamic community. The PyCon Thailand will be a two day weekend conference conducted in both Thai and English.

Submission is open to anyone with any level of expertise. Whether you’ve started Python yesterday or since 20 years ago, every experience is different. Whether you live in Thailand, Southeast Asia or anywhere around the world, we welcome you! We want to put on the most interesting conference we can and we can do that with your help.

Start preparing now and send us your proposal!

For more information, visit PyCon Thailand 2019 Papercall