Here are the Twitter threads covering various sessions from the conference
Opening Keynote: Jessica Greene
Second Keynote: Marcelo Trylesinski
Marcelo did a tech keynote on the internals of request flow for ASGI applications. In particular Uvicorn ➡️ASGI ➡️Starlette ➡️FastAPI ➡️Pydantic
You can find the slides for this talk at Marcelo's site here.
Day 1 Closing Keynote: Rushabh Mehta
The first day closed with Rushabh Mehta talking about his jouney towards creating the Frappe framework. Frappe is a low code framework for building CRUD apps. It is also India's largest open source python project.
Day 2 Opening Keynote: Cheuk Ting Ho
Closing Keynote: Dr. Shailesh Kumar
25 Obscure Pandas & Numpy Hacks learnt over 5 years of being a data scientist - Nitin Kishore
AI Engineering in Python - System Design 101 - Nirant Kasliwal
Data Pipelines in Production - Bad vs Best Practices - Bhavani Ravi
Panel on LLMs in Production
Securing your python applications and network using Zero Trust security - Srijan Shetty
Srijan spoke about using TailScale to create secure end to end connections between applications - for example between a Django app and a database. He showed a demo securely connecting an app to a Redis backend. You can find the code for the demo here.
Taking a Multilingual Conversational Engine to Production - Theory to Reality - Dr. Karthika Vijayan & Shruti Dhavalikar
The Why Conundrum - Practical causal inference and discovery with Python - Dinesh Venkatesan
Complex Network Analysis in Economics - Navya Agarwal
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