June 2024 Event Agenda

Event takes place on June 13th, 2024 7:00 PM at Manuel’s Tavern. Go to https://pyatl.dev/locations/ to find a helpful map.

Welcome to pyATL. We ask all organizers in attendance to raise their hands and identify yourselves. If you need anything please don’t hesitate to contact any of us.


Jam sessions are on hiatus during 2024. If you have questions, please reach out to the organizers at hello@pyatl.dev

The 2024 Member Survey is Live! Please go to to https://pyatl.dev/2024/02/03/member-survey/ and tell us your opinion.

Did you signup to the official pyATL newsletter? Go to https://pyatl.dev/membership and enter your email in the form.

PyOhio is July 27-28, 2024 in Cleveland, Ohio. https://www.pyohio.org/2024/

DjangoCon is September 22-27, 2024 in the Durham Convention Center
Durham, NC. https://2024.djangocon.us/

Looking for a job? Are you hiring? Please take a minute to raise your hand and let the group know.

We’re officially on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/pyatl/
Shout out to Jimmy Vallarta for collaborating with the social management duties!

Youtube page is now up! https://www.youtube.com/@pyatl
Shout out to Mike Rodriguez for collaborating with recording talks and uploading them!

Any other community announcements?

Have an idea for a talk? We have spaces open for 15 minute long talks (sometimes more) and lighting talks.
Lightning talks are talks of no more than five minutes about any topic Python related (and sometimes not quite). They require no slides. Just stand up and share something with the group!

We’re looking for writers! Yes, you can publish your Python related content on the pyATL website and have it featured for all to see. Please contact any of the organizers or email us at hello@pyatl.dev

The 2024 Member Survey is live! We want to learn what you think about the group and how we can improve it. All submissions are anonymous. https://pyatl.dev/2024/02/03/member-survey/

Featured Talk: Developing and Deploying an AI Judge for Magic the Gathering using Python and Langchain by Mike Choromanski