Lightning talks are a space to give a short (strictly less than 5 minutes) talk to the whole conference. They're often funny, slightly strange, or informative -- and they're a great way to give a first talk at a conference.
We will have lightning talks this year, on Friday afternoon from 15:30 to 16:00.
If you'd like to present a talk, contact the organizers in #helpdesk and give them your name and the topic you'd like to present on and they'll add you to the list!
- Johan Beyers: "Building a label printer using Python, Arduino, duct tape and paperclips" (Slides (speakdedeck.com))
- Heather Williams: "Preparing for the great snakes migration." (Slides (speakdedeck.com))
- Kevin Colville: "Posits: A proposed new floating point number format for ML" (Slides (speakerdeck.com))
- Billy Einkamerer: "Building a simple Telegram bot using Python, Flask and Heroku" (Slides (speakerdeck.com))
- Adam Piskorski: "regbot: I wish we could do this for physical conferences"
- Kim van Wyk: "Should we just go home on the third Friday afternoon?" (Slides (speakerdeck.com))