Conference Schedule

Friday — 09 Sep 2016

  Fullwood Conference 1 Conference 2
09:00AM Conference Opening
09:20AM What's holding you back from connecting with others? Lucy Bain
10:30AM Morning Tea
11:00AM Python Basics Plus Grant Paton-Simpson Some 10,000ft views of DNA Sequence Data using Python and R Alan McCulloch await kittens() Lee Symes
11:50AM Auckland Transport APIs Tomislav Skunca More testing with fewer tests Clinton Roy
12:30PM Lunch
01:30PM Web Development with Python Flask Lilly Ryan Use Workflow-as-a-Service without writing python code Lingxian Kong Hear no evil, see no evil, patch no evil: Or, how to monkey-patch safely. Graham Dumpleton
02:20PM Leveraging Python to Automate GIS Processes and Provide Extended Analytical Capabilities Hamish Kingsbury, Neal Johnston Graphing when your Facebook friends are awake Alexander Hogue
03:00PM Afternoon Tea
03:30PM A path to multi(arbitrary)-precision, distributed scientific computation with Python3. Boris Daszuta Rust for Pythonistas Robert Collins
04:20PM

Lightning Talks

06:00PM

Mystery Event!

Saturday — 10 Sep 2016

  Fullwood Conference 1 Conference 2
09:00AM Ethics in the early days: politics and the computing profession Janet Toland
10:10AM Morning Tea
10:40AM Workshop - Young Coders - Educators Bayard Randel Brainstorm your own Artificial Neural Network in Python Holger Spill SSL all the things Markus Holtermann
11:30AM Making sense of setup.py Tim McNamara The Power ⚡️ and Responsibility 😓 of Unicode Adoption ✨ Katie McLaughlin
12:10PM Lunch
01:10PM Hardware Hacking with Python for Beginners Paul Campbell Universal Second Factor authentication, or why 2FA today is wubalubadubdub? Yuriy Ackermann Middle-Out Python Development Ben Shaw
02:00PM PygData : Python in BigData Krupesh Desai Making randomly generated guitar effect patches that don't sound terrible Steve Baker
02:40PM Afternoon Tea
03:10PM Warpdrive, making Python web application deployment magically easy. Graham Dumpleton Practical Python Async for Dummies Grant Paton-Simpson
03:50PM Poster Session
04:30PM Scientific Hooliganism - what we can learn from the first hack in history Lilly Ryan
05:20PM Lightning Talks
06:00PM

Conference Dinner

Sunday — 11 Sep 2016

  Fullwood Conference 1 Conference 2
09:00AM Tai Chi Principles for Mindful Programmers Barry Warsaw
10:10AM Morning Tea
10:40AM

Young Coders
Learn python programming with Minecraft and Raspberry Pis.

Digital image processing - From atom to pixel and back Alex Dong Making the web go fast with jelly snakes and raspberry twizzlers Jack Skinner
11:30AM

Hack Session

NZPUG AGM

12:10PM Lunch
01:10PM Bluetooth Low Energy Jeremy Stott Deciding between continuity and change in your Open Source communtiy Christopher Neugebauer
02:00PM

Young Coders
Learn python programming with Minecraft and Raspberry Pis.

How Python is Powering Software Defined Networking Nathan Tallack Golang for Python Devs Dana Garifullina
02:40PM Afternoon Tea
03:10PM Preventing Cat-astrophes with GNU MediaGoblin Ben Sturmfels The dangerous, exquisite art of safely handing user-uploaded files Tom Eastman
03:50PM Conference Closing