Lightning Talks are fun, short, five-minute (or less) talks. Ideally each talk should make a single point, often in a fun, quirky or over-the-top way. Slides are optional but often a good image can help get a point across quickly.
Lightning Talks will take place immediately before the keynote at the end of the first day of the conference.
Accepted Lightning Talks
- Launch to Borderline Zombie in a Year by Mike Jones
- Why you're dumb if you are doing a Python GUI in anything other than Kivy by Richard Larkin
- PyPy by Adam Jorgensen (slides)
- Sonic Pi by Simon de Haan
- The challenge of mathematical formula markup for African feature phones by Jonathan Endersby
Submit a Lightning Talk
Lightning talks are over for this year.