I wrote about the Saturday of PyCon Australia a few weeks ago. To round it off, here’s my highlights from the Sunday.
- Benno Rice (of bellowtheline fame) gave a brilliant talk on Behave, a cute behaviour driven development framework for Python
- Roger Barnes spoke about all the tools he uses for continuous deployment with Django
- Luke Caward and Lars Yencken from 99designs spoke about triage, their open source software for error aggregation
- Kenneth Reitz’ keynote: Python for human beings
I gave my presentation, Neatly Twisted on Sunday afternoon. Videos of all the sessions are available here. Mine is here.
I missed the lightning talks on Sunday, but I understand that there was a phenomenal one about scraping recalcitrant websites using Selenium and PIL.