The more I study, the more insatiable do I feel my genius for it to be.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Software Engineer, trabaja actualmente en Science4Tech como desarrolladora, profesora en programas de emprendimiento juvenil de Programación web FullStack, co-fundadora de en AdaLoveDev, comunidad de desarrolladoras que promueven el papel de las mujeres en el sector y streamer en CodingIsCaring donde comparte y promueve las buenas prácticas en la programación.
Cosima Meyer works as a data scientist at IBM where she aims to make machine learning explainable. As an active member of PyLadies and R-Ladies and Google‘s Women Techmakers Ambassador, she strives to bring the two communities together and make the contributions of underrepresented backgrounds in tech more visible
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Be a VolunteerJoin us in shaping this remarkable event that aims to empower women in the Python community and beyond. Your involvement will make a difference and provide invaluable networking opportunities and personal growth.
Make a difference!Join the spirit of the PyLadies community, which promotes diversity and inclusion in the Python programming language community.
Meet PyLadies from all over the worldJoin us in shaping this remarkable event that aims to empower women in the Python community and beyond. Your involvement will make a difference and provide invaluable networking opportunities and personal growth.
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