PyCon Italia is taking place in Florence, Italy, on 25-28 May, 2023. I’ve never been to this conference, but the list of talks is very impressive. With six concurrent sessions, plus workshops, there are going to be some hard choices as to which to attend. But that’s a good problem to have, and I understand that the session recordings will be available later.
Here are some of the sessions on my “can’t miss” list:
- A simple serverless data pipeline
- GPT or how I learned to stop worrying and love the generative AI
- Tests are docs and docs are tests: an introduction to great_expectations and data profiling
- The hitchhiker’s guide to asyncio
- Diving into Event-Driven Architectures (EDA) with Python - Solving complexity at scale
- Data Warehouses Meet Data Lakes
Along with the breakout sessions, they have scheduled several interesting keynotes. Here are a few of those that I’m looking forward to:
- Open Source for the Long Haul - Carlton Gibons
- Altering Lives with Community - Anwesha Das
- Transcendence: The Power of Representation- Marlene Mhangami
On the last day of the conference, at 12:20, just before lunch, I will be presenting Real-time Event Streaming with Python. I can’t wait!
If you’re there, please find me and say hi!