PyCaribbean 2018

Santo Domingo

Dominican Republic

The premiere Python conference of the Caribbean

17-18 February, 2018

About PyCaribbean

What is PyCaribbean About?

PyCaribbean is the first Python Conference of its kind on the region of the Caribbean. Our goal is to connect the North American and European Developer Community with the Hispanic and Caribbean community.

This is the third conference and one you won’t forget.

PyCaribbean will be celebrated in Pyhex Work, the biggest coworking space of the Caribbean.

Other Activities

PyCaribbean is not only a conference, we have many other activities you can enjoy before, during and after the conference.

If you are coming to the Caribbean definitively you want to have as much as possible for the event.

Django Girls
Santo Domingo

If you are a woman and want to learn how to make websites: we’ll be holding a free one-day workshop aimed at beginners!

Feel free to apply no matter your background.

Date: 16 Feb. 2018
Cost: Free


PyCaribbean Special Dinner

We will be celebrating an amazing dinner in one of the most exclusive restaurants in old town Santo Domingo.

Come and enjoy an amazing buffet with the most amazing people you can dream off.

Date: 17 Feb. 2018
Cost: 64 USD


Beach Trip

A day pass including food, drinks and access to an amazing hotel in one of our most known beaches. The perfect getaway after the conference to relax and chillout with your fellow attendees and locals.

The perfect excuse to get a new tan.

Date: 19 Feb. 2018
Cost: 120 USD


Keynote Speakers

Luciano Ramalho

Fluent Python, Thoughworks

Luciano Ramalho

Luciano is the writer of "Fluent Python", an instant classic. With more than 20 years of experience we'll be hearing distilled wisdom

He is also a technical director at Thoughworks.

Carol Willing

Jupyter Lab, CPython

Carol Willing

Carol is a Core Python Developer and Research Engineer in Project Jupyter.

She is also a veteran community builder, working on the Pyladies and Python San Diego. Carol also serves as geek in residence in Fab lab San Diego.

Jessica McKellar

Twisted, Pilot

Jessica McKellar

Jessica is an entrepreneur at heart. She graduated from MIT and cooperated for long time in the Boston Python usergroup.

She is the CTO of Pilot and previosly Director of Engineering at Dropbox.

Jacqueline Kazil

Director @ The PSF

Jacqueline Kazil

Jacqueline Loves all things data. In her career, she has worked in banking, government, and journalism with a focus on public service.

She is also the author of "Data Wrangling with Python"


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