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The first edition of will take place in Mannheim in May 2020. With workshops being held on May 25th and the conference on the 26th.

The new conference will provide up-to-date and practical knowledge on developing enterprise applications with python for software developers, data scientists and team leaders. It is hosted by heise Developer, an online channel for software development, dpunkt.verlag, publisher of computer reference books, and iX, the print magazine for IT professionals.

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The hosts of the conference invite experts in the field of enterprise applications, data science, data analytics, machine learning, web programming and high performance computing to submit presentations and full-day tutorials by January 1, 1970.

We are looking for talks covering different areas of the python ecosystem:

Python Basics and Deep Dives
  • Python 3.8 (status quo and outlook)
  • Code Quality (Testing, Refactoring etc.)
  • EOL Python 2.x (Migration)
  • IDEs: PyCharm, Anaconda...
  • Integration of other languages (CPython, Jython, ProcessBuilder etc.)
  • Python for C/C++/Java Developers
  • Python for Data Scientists
Machine Learning / Data Science
  • ML-Apps for Data Analytics (Jupyter, IPython, Streamlit etc.)
  • Machine/Deep Learning scaling with special libraries (MKL-DNN, DAAL, MLSL etc.)
  • Cloud Integration and Services
  • ML Engineering: robust, high available and scalable Infrastructure
  • APIs for resource-intensive ML Models (CPU, GPU, Memory...)
  • Computing faster (NumPy, SciPy etc.)
  • Artificial neural networks and DNN (TensorFlow, PyTorch etc.)
DevOps
  • Data Extraction/Ingestion and ETL
  • Tooling and (Test)Automation
  • Package and Dependencies Management
  • Serverless Functions (AWS Lambda, Google Functions etc.)
  • Infrastructure and Cloud (Docker, Container, Kubernetes etc.)
Web Programming
  • Tools and Frameworks (Django, Flask, Plone etc.)
  • WebAssembly: Python in the Browser (Pyodide, emscripten, PypyJS, RustPython etc.)
  • Python vs. PHP (Syntax, Frameworks, Package Management, APIs, Tools, Lambdas etc.)
Additional Topics
  • HPC: parallel computing and optimization (Nvidia TensorRT/Intel OpenVino etc.)
  • Multi Processing, Threads, Futures and async I/O
  • Embedded and IIoT: MicroPython
  • Home Automation and IoT

Talks and Workshops Talks and Workshops

Presentation should not be longer than 45 minutes. Workshops have been scheduled for full days (6 to 7 hours). Please send us an abstract of your proposed presentation which is geared to your target group (400-700 characters). Supplementary materials (long abstracts, slides, proposals, etc.) are welcome, too.

The deadline for submissions is January 24th, 2020. The complete schedule will be available online by Mid-February 2020.

We book the necessary hotel accommodation for speakers whose lecture has been accepted and reimburse the costs of travel to and from the lecture within the value of a 2nd class train ticket within Germany. Workshop speakers will receive an additional fee. Speakers requiring air travel should get in contact with the origanisational team in advance.

Please feel free to contact us with questions regarding the conference or schedule of events info@enterpy.de.