The more I study, the more insatiable do I feel my genius for it to be.

Ada Lovelace


2023 Online

1-3 Dec | Multi-language | Multi-timezone

⚠️ The Call for Proposal is closed

About the conference

Attention all PyLadies community members! We’re excited to share that we are in the early stages of planning a PyLadies Conference (PyLadiesCon), a transformative event designed to promote diversity, learning, and empowerment within the Python community. 🎉

Save the date! The conference will take place on the first weekend of December, where we’ll gather together for a weekend filled with insightful talks, engaging panels, and collaborative networking opportunities.

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Code of Conduct


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Sophia Yang

She is passionate about the data science community and the Python open-source community. She is the author of multiple Python open-source libraries such as condastats, cranlogs, PyPowerUp, intake-stripe, and intake-salesforce.

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Jimena Bermúdez

Jimena is the esteemed president of Python Spain and a computer engineer who takes pride and joy in her profession. Although she was once drawn to the realms of design, UI, and UX, her true passion lies in coding and architectural design.

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Marlene Mhangami

Marlene is a Zimbabwean software engineer, explorer, and speaker based in the city of Harare. She is a previous director and vice-chair for the Python Software Foundation and is currently serving as the vice-chair of the Association for Computing Machinery practitioner board.

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Thais Viana

Thais is currently leading their Search & Recommendation team. Her active engagement in the tech community, including contributions to PyLadies in Rio de Janeiro and Afropython for more than 6 years, highlights her commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion in the industry.

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Abigail Mesrenyame Dogbe

Abigail Mesrenyame Dogbe is an Open Source Programs Manager, Researcher and Community Builder who believes in the power of Open Source Community Building. Her current research focuses on Improving DEI in Open Source Community Leadership.

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Carolina Chavier

Caroline Therwath-Chavier est la fondatrice de The Allyance, entreprise d'expertise sur les sujets de recrutement et de diversité. Caroline est une des seules spécialistes en France du recrutement des ingénieurs dans la tech.

The Speakers

sireesha chavali
sireesha chavali


A passionate AI Engineer at Enique Solutions primarily focusing on the development of conversational AI solutions for a diverse range of clients. My technical expertise encompasses industry-leading platforms such as Google BigQuery, Microsoft Azure, and Power Apps

Lidiane Monteiro
Lidiane Monteiro


Founder of InspirAda na Computação, Software developer at LuizaLabs and Host of the podcast Cabeça de Lab. Passionate about people and knowledge, contributed to the co-founding of technology communities such as PyLadies Recife and Women Who Code Recife, participant of PyLadies Brasil, PUG- PE and Django Girls

Mariana Bocoi
Mariana Bocoi


Mariana is part of the PyLadies Stockholm community and works as a DevOps/Infrastructure engineer. Before digging deeper into the clouds, she worked with backend development for over ten years

Pavithra Eswaramoorthy
Pavithra Eswaramoorthy

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Pavithra Eswaramoorthy is a Developer Advocate at Quansight, where she works to improve the developer experience and community engagement for several open source projects in the PyData community. Currently, she maintains the Bokeh visualization library, and contributes to the Nebari (adjacent to the Jupyter community) and conda-store (part of the conda ecosystem) projects

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Débora Azevedo (Host) Bianca Rosa Cecilia Tivir Lisa Marielle Cooper Mona Obedoza Denny Perez Micaela Reyes Judit Guimera Busquets Lynn Root Jessica Temporal Winnie Ke Jessie Newman Joeun Park Andrea Griffiths (Host) Sarah Adigwe Ria Bhatia Tania Allard Sarah Abderemane Swarooprani Manoor Ryllari Costa Aparna Soneja Marian Villa Marina Moro López Stefanni Cavaletto Ana Dulce Padovan Maaya Ishida Mariana Oliveira Pri Boyano April Sarah Huang (Host) Lorena Mesa (Host) Cosima Meyer HanaPoulpe Rossana Suarez Mariatta Beatris Mendez Gandica Yodra López Joanna Jablonski Bilge Yücel

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Special Contributions

Individual Contributions

Adric Net

Parinaz Vahabzadeh

Andres Pineda

Victoria Kulbago


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