PyCon US, the largest Python conference in the world, is getting under way (online-only this year), and Pants has a strong presence this year!
- On Friday at 9:15 AM PDT Pants contributor Benjy Weinberger (that's me!) will be speaking about some of the cool and unusual ways we leverage Python in the Pants execution engine, in "Creating extensible workflows with off-label use of Python".
- On Friday at 1:00 PM PDT Pants contributor Eric Arellano will be speaking, in Spanish, about our experience interoperating Python and Rust, in "Cuándo usar extensiones nativas en Rust: rendimiento accesible y seguro".
- On both Friday and Saturday from 11:00-12:00 PDT we'll be demoing "Fast, Friendly Python Builds With Pants" in the virtual expo hall.
You can still register for the conference here. It's only $100 for an individual registration or $150 for a corporate registration, and proceeds benefit the Python Software Foundation. Perhaps your employer will reimburse the cost of a ticket?
Please tell your friends and co-workers about our talks and demos, and come find us online at the conference!