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June 24–25

PyCon Russia 2019

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hettinger1Raymond Hettinger, Santa Clara, United States

Raymond Hettinger has been a Python core developer since 2001 and is the author or maintainer of many parts of the language. He runs a Python training company that has trained over 5,000 Python programmers worldwide.

His contributions to the language include generator expressions, the peephole optimizer, the collections and itertools modules, the LRU cache, and a number of everyday builtins such as any, all, enumerate, reversed, zip, and sorted.

He has also a recipient of Python Software Foundation's Distinguished Service Award.

Twitter: @raymondh

foordMichael Foord, Northampton, United Kingdom

Michael Foord is a Python core developer, the creator of unittest2 and the mock libraries, and the author of IronPython in Action. Also he is a Python Trainer, Coach & Contractor. Specialising in teaching Python & the end-to-end automated testing of systems.

Twitter: @voidspace


OliphantTravis Oliphant, Austin, United States

Travis E. Oliphant is a Founder and CEO/CTO of Quansight, a consulting company that connects companies with open-source communities to help companies gain actionable quantitative insight from their data. Travis previously co-founded Anaconda Inc. and is now a Director. Since 1997, he has worked in the Python ecosystem, notably as the primary creator of the NumPy package and as a founding contributor of the SciPy package. Travis also started the Numba project and organized and led the teams that built Conda, Dask, Bokeh, and XND. Travis has a Ph.D. from the Mayo Clinic and B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering from Brigham Young University.

Twitter: @teoliphant

CuniAntonio Cuni, Genova, Italy

Antonio is an Italy-based consultant with years of experience with both big brands and small business, holding a Ph.D. and a Master Degree in Computer Science. He is one of the core developers of PyPy, as well as the creator/maintainer/contributor of numerous other open source projects. He have also been very active in the Python community for years, giving talks at various conferences such as EuroPython, PyCon Italia, PyCon UK, PyCon PL and PyCon ZA. He regularly writes on the PyPy blog. His main areas of interest are compilers, language implementation, TDD and performance.

Twitter: @antocuni

bakunovGrigory Bakunov, Moscow, Russia

Director of technology distribution at Yandex. Programming popularizer. One of the creators and permanent presenter of the podcast Radio-T.

vlasovskihAndrey Vlasovskikh, St. Petersburg, Russia

Technical lead of PyCharm and the maintainer of IdeaVim at JetBrains. He is an active member of the Python typing community and a contributor to PEP 484, 561.

borisovKirill Borisov, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Developer at

koshelev Alexander Koshelev, Moscow, Russia

Python-developer at Yandex.

malishevArtem Malyshev, Kaluga, Russia

Creator of the dry-python project. A former member of the django channels maintenance team.

grishkoNikita Grishko, Minsk, Belarus

Nikita helped to create tanks in, participated in the ride-sharing service development at Juno Inc., was the part of the infrastructure team at PandaDoc. Now, Nikita is a member of the backend team at Flo Health Inc., where he aims to create the best female healthcare product.

When not in the office, Nikita contributes to OpenSource projects, striving to convert his experience into something useful and earn a couple of thousands of stars on GitHub.

ibragimovRishat Ibragimov, Moscow, Russia

Developer at Yandex.

haerovAlexander Khaerov, Singapore

Development Lead, Chainstack.

markovNikolay Markov, Moscow, Russia

Lead data analyst at Aligned Research, one of the organizers of pydata.

tsyganovIvan Tsyganov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Lead Programmer at Positive Technologies. Speaker of many conferences for programmers and testers.

borisovSergei Borisov, Moscow, Russia

Tech lead at

patrushevAnton Patrushev, Yekaterinburg, Russia

CTO at Spherical.

zlataZlata Obukhovskaya, Moscow, Russia

Technical lead at Nvidia, evangelist of Moscow Python community.

levonovichNikita Levonovich, Dmitrov, Russia

Technical lead at Questdoers.

kuzmin Alexey Kuzmin, Moscow, Russia

Tech lead at

orlovDmitry Orlov, Moscow, Russia

Backend developer at Edadil.

artemenkoAlexander Artemenko, Moscow, Russia

Developer at Yandex.

artem_korolevArtem Korolev, Moscow, Russia

Data science lead at Dentsu Aegis Russia.

timur_kadirovTimur Kadyrov, Moscow, Russia

Senior data scientist at Dentsu Aegis Russia.

braginAnton Bragin, St. Petersburg, Russia

JetBrains, developer at PyCharm.

litvinovVasily Litvinov, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Software Engineer, Intel.

blinovVladislav Blinov, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Senior developer at

gleb.jpgGleb Ivashkevich, Moscow, Russia

Founder and CEO of datarythmics, developer of machine learning systems for industry, long-time Python developer, co-organizer of Moscow Julia meetup.

khodakovDmitry Khodakov, Moscow, Russia

Technical Team Lead at

adilAdil Khashtamov, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Playrix, Marketing Automation Tech Lead.

kirillovStanislav Kirillov, Moscow, Russia

Senior developer at CatBoost.

mazaevMaxim Mazaev, Moscow, Russia

Python-developer at CIAN.

tcemaBoris Tsema, Minsk, Belarus

Python-developer at Wargaming.

kataevDenis Kataev, Yekaterinburg

Developer at