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I'm Attending!March 06, 2021March 06, 2021PyTennessee 2021UTC#About PyTennessee 2021
- March 6, 2021
- Free to attend
PyTennessee is a yearly regional Python conference in Nashville, TN. The conference was started in 2014 by Jason Myers and Will Golden, and has been a staple of the conference calendar every year since. PyTennessee 2021 will be our 8th year, and our first year doing a purely virtual conference!
PyTennessee is a nonprofit event facilitated by TechFed Nashville, a Tennessee nonprofit organization whose mission is to support and grow the grassroots tech talent in Middle Tennessee through educational events and groups. TechFed provides financial stewardship, risk management and volunteer leadership development for Nashville-area technology events.
PyTennessee endeavors to be a diverse conference dedicated to providing an enjoyable experience to everyone. Help us do this by following our code of conduct.
##About the Talks
PyTennessee is a developer-focused Python conference with talk topics running the gamut between beginner and advanced, and from web development to data science and machine learning. The majority of our talks are Python-focused, but in addition to the Python-related topics, we also look for and encourage Python-adjacent and “professional skills” talks to provide a more complete experience. Developers are more than the single language they write in, and PyTennessee attempts to reflect that in our talk selection.
##About the Staff
If you need to contact the PyTennessee 2020 organizers, you can do so by sending an email to [email@example.com](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org). If you’d like to know more about the organizers, please visit the [Staff Information page](https://2021.pytennessee.org/staff).Virtual
I'm Attending!October 02, 2019January 27, 2020Everything is BrokenUTCEverything is broken, but that's OK. We are bringing together the reliability community in Seattle to commiserate with, vent about, and help fix the broken things in our life. Whether you are a Site Reliability Engineer, a Production Engineer, a DevOps or Automation Engineer, or just really want to make things better come hang out with us. We are open to (almost) any talks or locations!Seattle, WA
I'm Attending!June 20, 2020December 05, 2020Workshops for DevelopersUTCThe Commitment:
In-person at Devhub Toronto
4-6 hours on a Saturday is our regular scheduled time, though there is some flexibility
Workshops provide education in new and specialized areas in order to strengthen and diversify Canada’s developer community. Attendees often take their learning back to their workplace, apply it in building a side project, or add it to their resume to remain competitive in today’s market. While attendees may have different motivations, they all walk away having learned something exceptionally useful.
A combination of lecture and hands-on learning
Tutoring and mentorship
Code-alongs, projects, and application-focused learning
Prep-material beforehand is ideal for less experienced developers
1-5 year experienced developers who are are looking for hands-on application of a particular subject area
Desire to ramp up their career skills, either by upgrading an existing skill or learning something completely new that is highly relevant
Their employer may have asked them to attend in order to bring the learnings back to their workplace or enhance their skill set
An intimate workshop for ~10 attendees
Open to all who purchase a ticket
We provide a classroom setting with a TV, whiteboard, and speaker podium
We survey the attendees for feedback and research
What We’re Looking For
Speaker Partner: A paid opportunity for an experienced developer with a passion for education and the desire the grow the developer community. Hosted as a ticketed community event, typically $100/ticket.