It’s my last day at Pycon. I’m SOO TIRED yet still SOO EXCITED.
I went to a neat poster session, and talked to folks about their cool projects, like Raspberry Pi game consoles and voice-to-braille generators.
Stumbling upon a room of boardgamers, I joined a game of Dominion. It was my first time playing a physical Dominion. So much shuffling…
Lunch was with the Pyladies. I didn’t realize how much I missed hanging out with just women. There was a neat event where all the women that gave talks this conference went to a microphone, introduced themselves, and gave bits of wisdom.
I was impressed by the number of women who thanked Jessica for personally reaching out to them. She’s such a trooper.
After lunch, I heard one of my favorite talks this conference. It was “Farewell and Welcome Home: Python in Two Genders” by Naomi Cedar. It was really amazing.
I had a great time at Pycon. It was my first software conference, and I loved it. I saw some of my Boston Python friends and made some new ones.
Folks, if you like Python, or just software in general, definitely go to Pycon next year.
~Jenny signing out, from the airport.