Impressions of PyCon UK 2016
If you were at PyCon UK 2016 and have written an article or weblog post about your experiences at the event, feel free to add it here at the end of the list below. To do that, simply make a pull request on the site's GitHub repository.
This page is https://github.com/PyconUK/2016.pyconuk.org/blob/master/news/impressions.md - you can even edit it directly on GitHub and make your pull request there.
If you don't know how to do that, just send us the link and we'll do it for you.
- Alex Chan on:
- Russel Winder on the Raspberry Pi supercomputer in a briefcase project
- Tim Golden: Rambling Thoughts on PyCon UK 2016
- Andrew Robinson: PyCon UK 2016 - A conference, cat-flaps and education
- Laura Sach: Exciting adventures at PyCon UK
- Carl Newton: Five lessons in five days at PyCon UK 2016
- an article from the django CMS weblog
- Miguel Martinez: My first PyCon
- YPlan: PyCon UK 2016 - Cardiff
- Ian Ozsvald: Machine Learning Intro at PyCon UK 2016
- Samathy Barratt: PyCon UK 2017 — objectively the best conference you could possibly go to
- Chris Dent: My rough notes from PyCon UK 2016
- Olivia Guest: PyCon UK 2016 for the Software Sustainability Institute
- Sammy Earles: PyCon UK for Dextreous Digital
- Stewart Watkiss: PyCon UK 2016 – Sending secret messages with a micro:bit Children's day
- Rae Knowler: A recap of PyCon UK 2016
- Zvonimir Bošnjak: Amphinicy @ Cardiff PyCon UK
- Emma Delescolle: What PyCon UK 2016 inspired me to do: Twenty years later I wrote a Tetris... agin! and the conclusions drawn from doing it.