PyData Amsterdam 2023 is unfortunately over. We can look back to an extremely succesfull and fun event. Over 800 people have visited the Kromhouthal over 3 days of conference, participating in our 8 workshops, attending our 5 amazing keynotes, listening to over 80 experienced speakers and visiting our 16 sponsors. This is obviously not the end of PyData Amsterdam, and we are already thinking about how to make next years’ event even better.
PyData Amsterdam is hosting multiple sprints for open source projects. Each sprint will have a project maintainer leading the sprint to help guide the contributors throughout the session What are Sprints? Development sprints offer an opportunity to enhance and contribute to open source projects in a focused session with the project maintainers. It is a fun exercise that helps open source projects to improve with the help of the open source community.
We just announced the Program for PyData Amsterdam! What’s your favourite PyData track? Go have a look at the amazing schedule that we managed to put together for this year. It’s just published on our website at https://amsterdam2023.pydata.org/cfp/schedule/ Thanks to everyone who submitted a proposal and congratulations to the accepted speakers ✨ We can’t wait.
PyData Amsterdam is organized and run by volunteers and we need your help to make the conference run as smoothly as possible! If you would like to get involved at the conference, meet new people and enjoy great content - then please apply. By volunteering you’ll get:
- Free admission to the conference
- Opportunity to connect with speakers
- Volunteer t-shirt
Requirements: You simply have to be passionate about Python/Julia/R and/or data science and be a team player. If that sounds like you, please fill out this form before the 17th of July.
We just closed our Call for Proposals! Following an extension period due to popular demand, we received an overwhelming response, with over 250 submissions pouring in from the global data science and Python community. The abundance of high-quality proposals leaves us with the delightful challenge of curating the conference schedule. With such an impressive array of topics and speakers to choose from, PyData Amsterdam 2023 is shaping up to be an exceptional event for data enthusiasts.
Join us on June 29th at 18:00 for another PyData Amsterdam Meetup to enjoy food, drinks, and excellent talks! We’ll be hosted by OfferZen at their office at TNW City (Singel 542, 1017 AZ Amsterdam). Our first speaker is Sebastian Zeef, with practical security tips and information on what you as a developer can do to keep software secure. Our second speaker Luuk van der Velden will share his setup for MLOps and simplifying integration tests at the Dutch Railways.
Sign up for the meetup at Our meetup group