Friday 18th September 2015
Saturday 19th September 2015
|Time||PythonAnywhere Room||Osper Room||YPlan Room||LaterPay Learning Space||The Software Sustainability Institute Room||Bank of America Education Track|
|08:00||Registration / Breakfast|
|09:15||Keynote: Dr Simon Sheridan Landing on a comet: From planning to reality||PyKids UK Setup|
|09:30||PyKids UK Opening|
|10:00||JSON and the daughters of Pelias||Building SAAs with django and polla||Fifty Shades of Disaster - Human Error and Complex Systems||Open Space for BoFs and discussion||Forming a PyCon UK research community||
|10:30||Managing mocks - the how why and when of mocking in Python||Template matching - howto||Open Space||Accelerating Scientific Code with Numba|
|11:00||5 impossible things before breakfast||Asking About Gender - the Whats, Whys and Hows||Setup for Poster Session|
|11:30||Finding more bugs with less work||Why I have an unhealthy love of tests, and why you shouldn't be scared about writing them|
|12:00||Build the right thing||Recruitment Clinic||Poster Session|
|12:30||Py4Sci Lunch||PyKids UK Lunch (provided packed lunch including sandwich, fruit and crisps)|
|13:00||Getting started with testing scientific programs part 1||Freestyle code jam|
|14:00||Taming a Legacy Codebase with (Micro)services||Language Composition with RPython||Scrapy Workshop Part 1||Open Space|
|14:30||Title To Be Determined; A tale of graphs and Markov chains||Shipping your application using Conda|
|15:30||Lightning PyKids||Lightning PyKids|
|16:00||PyCon UK Society AGM|
|16:30||Teaching youngsters to code with pgzero on Raspberry Pi||OOD Rules||Scrapy Workshop Part 2||Open Space||Getting started with testing scientific programs part 2||PyKids Organisers Tidy up|
|17:00||Dispelling py.test magic||Chromebooks in education - the next five years||PSF Reception|
|17:30||Python adventures in Namibia||The Fabric that holds the cloud together|
|18:00||The Lightning Talk Show|
|19:30||The PyCon UK Dinner (Ticket required)||Alt Party (TBA)|
Sunday 20th September 2015
Monday 21st September 2015
Sprints are collaborative programming groups. The Sprints that have been proposed so far are:
|12:30||The Last Meal - we share a final meal of Fish and Chips together (plus vegetarian options, etc)|
|16:00||Share results together|
|17:00||End of Conference, pack up, see you in 2016!|
- Overflows for the PythonAnywhere room are CC1.1, CC1.2 and during plenaries, the Osper Room (CC1.4) will also be an overflow.
- Workshops will fill up very quickly so get to the room very early to avoid disappointment.
- In the case of speaker illness or similar, minor replacements may happen without notice.
- The call for Lunchtime events is now open, see the programme page for more information.