PyGotham 2017 · New York City · October 6 - 8

Talks - Friday, Oct. 6 & Saturday, Oct. 7

Young Coders - Sunday, Oct. 8


  1. Code of conduct transparency report

    PyGotham strives to be a friendly and welcoming environment, and we take our code of conduct seriously. In the spirit of transparency, we’re publishing a summary of the reports we received this year.

  2. PyGotham 2017 has started!!

    PyGotham 2017 has started!!

  3. First ever PyGotham Game Night

    For the first time, PyGotham is hosting a game night!

  4. Talk Selection Process Retrospective

    Dan Crosta, one of the PyGotham 2017 Program Committee Chairs has shared some thoughts on the talk selection process this year, and how we’re aiming to improve it for next year. Read more on Dan’s blog.

  5. Schedule now available!

    The PyGotham 2017 schedule is now available. It features three tracks spread across October 6th and 7th.

  6. Announcing our third keynote: Leigh Honeywell

    Leigh Honeywell is a Technology Fellow at the ACLU. Prior to the ACLU, she worked at Slack,, Microsoft, and Symantec.

  7. Announcing our second keynote: David Beazley

    David Beazley is the author of the Python Cookbook (O’Reilly Media) and the Python Essential Reference (Addison-Wesley). He’s been involved with Python since 1996.

  8. Announcing our first keynote: Michael Preston

    Michael Preston is the Executive Director of CSNYC, a nonprofit that works to increase access to computer science in NYC public schools.

  9. Voting Now Open

    Voting has ended.

    For the first time, the PyGotham program committee is looking for you, our potential attendees, speakers, and community, to help us shape the conference by voting on the 195 talk proposals we’ve received.

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