PyCon Namibia 2019

The annual Python programming conference for professionals, entrepreneurs, scientists, academics and students.

20th February Tuesday

08:00-09:00
Registration

11:00-11:30
Morning break

12:30-13:30
Lunch

15:45-16:15
Afternoon tea

17:15
Close

Room 1 09:00

Welcome

Room 4 09:00-16:30

Django Girls

Room 1 tutorials/workshops

09:30 Vernon Swanepoel
Python for total beginners

11:30 V. Knight, N. Glynatsi, G. Palmer 
Mathematics with Python

15:00 Daniele Procida
Take your PyCon to the next level

Room 3 tutorials/workshops

09:30: Peter Ullrich
Ethereum and Smart Contracts

11:30 Harry Percival
Introduction to TDD with Django

14:30 Miili Halkka
Lean practices in team-based software projects

Room 1 16:30

Workshop feedback and reports

Lightning talks

21st February Wednesday

08:00-09:00
Registration

11:00-11:30
Morning break

13:00-14:00
Lunch

15:45-16:15
Afternoon tea

17:15
Close

Conference Hall 09:00

Keynote: Aisha Bello How we organized PyCon Nigeria and the Python Nigeria Community as a whole

Conference Hall talks

10:00 Queen Namene
How PyNam Scholars have been rising for championships

10:30 Gareth Lloyd
GeoDjango: Putting Python on the Map

11:30 Herman Mutalya
Benefits of Python as opposed to other languages

12:00 Ngazetungue Muheue 
Journey of hope with Python

12:30 Godwin Nekongo 
Creating games with Pygame

14:00 Geraint Palmer
Agent-based modelling with Python

14:30 Vincent Knight
Four stories, four models of Python learning

15:00 Daniele Procida
Fighting the controls: tragedy and madness for programmers and pilots

Room F07 workshops and small group meetings

10:00 Anna Makarudze & Kudakwashe Siziva
Djangular

12:00 Tendai Marengereke
An introduction to Data Analysis with Jupyter

15:00 Berhane Wheeler
Build a guessing game with Python

Conference Hall 16:15

Lightning talks

22nd February Thursday

08:00-09:00
Registration

10:30-11:00
Morning break

13:00-14:00
Lunch

15:45-16:15
Afternoon tea

17:15
Close

Conference Hall 09:00

Keynote: Marlene Mhangami The Growth of the Python Community in Africa

Conference Hall talks

10:00 Josephat Tjiho
The Internet – the Outlet for Py-Programmers

11:00 Iwan Vosloo
A different angle on test infrastructure

11:45 Ngatatue Mate
Python In Music

12:15 Erik van Widenfelt
Research data systems for clinical trials

14:00 Melkisedek Hamakali
Python for homework

14:30 Aisha Bello
How Python can be used in Network Data Analysis

15:00 Nikoleta E. Glynatsi
Rhinos with a bit of Python

Room F07 talks

11:45 Hasan Masood
Visualising website data with AI in Python

12:30 Paulus Shituna
Working with Python Pandas and XlsxWriter

14:00 Candy Tricia Khohliwe
Experiencing Web VR

14:30 Tendai Marengereke
Python Usage in Zimbabwean University

Conference Hall 16:15

Lightning talks