25 26 May Munich

A conference about Web tools
in Python

Main Python event in Web Development



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Since 2016

What's it like

2

days in intense practice

3

tracks of talks and workshops

25

international speakers

What is Pyconweb?

Django, Tornado, TurboGears, Flask and other web-related tools.

Talks and workshops by core developers and experts.

All covered in one conference.

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Nejc Zupan

Python consultant with an entrepreneurial blend

Building robust APIs

This talk will showcase how to use pyramid_openapi3 for building robust RESTful APIs. With only a few lines of code you get automatic validation of requests and responses against an OpenAPI v3 schema. You also get automatically generated “try-it-out” style documentation for your API.

Lukas Weichselbaum

Staff Information Security Engineer at Google

New web platform security features for modern webapps

Web applications have historically been plagued by vulnerabilities which allow attackers to compromise the session of a logged-in user: XSS, CSRF, clickjacking and related issues are common problems that most developers learn about – often the hard way! Luckily, new security mechanisms available in web browsers in 2019 offer exciting features which allow developers to protect their applications. In this talk, we’ll introduce these features and explain how to most effectively use them.

We’ll start by reviewing major threats based on an analysis of thousands of vulnerability reports Google receives each year under our Vulnerability Reward Program. We will find common themes between bugs which appear unrelated and focus our attention on the most frequent high-risk problems.

We’ll then turn our attention to protective mechanisms implemented in modern browsers, which address entire classes of security problems. This includes CSP3 and Trusted Types to prevent XSS, Fetch Metadata Request Headers to protect from CSRF, and CORP/COOP to mitigate the threat of Spectre. For CSP and Metadata Request headers we’ll provide reference implementations for Python.

By the end, you will have a good understanding of common threats and a TODO for enabling protections in your application.
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Hands-on sessions

Full workshop access is included in all tickets.

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Conference schedule

This agenda is not final and may change as we try to accommodate requests by speakers and other requirements.

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Venue

Microsoft Germany

Microsoft Deutschland GmbH, Walter-Gropius-Straße 5, 80807 München, Germany

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Financial Aid

Everyone is welcome at PyConWeb.

Those who would like to attend but cannot afford it are encouraged to write a request to finaid@pyconweb.com.

Request should include a few words about the current professional status, connection to Python, and a possibility to help at the conference.

To satisfy as much requests as possible the budget allocated per person is minimal, usually offering a free conference ticket. Applications are open until 1st of May 2019.

Childcare

If you would need childcare during the conference - please drop us a line on info@pyconweb.com, and we will do our best to get it for you.

Childcare is difficult to book upfront because it depends on amount and age of children. We are in contact with a local company and are currently collecting requests.

Wheelchair accessibility

The PyConWeb venue is 100% wheelchair-accessible.

Nevertheless, don't hesitate to contact us on info@pyconweb.com and we would plan the space in all rooms accordingly.

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Your PyConWeb Team

Hardy Erlinger

Yiyi Chen

Yaroslav Shepilov

Maria Dolores Emde

Anton Caceres

Auke Willem Oosterhoff

Olga Kupriyanova

Dennise Cepeda Benavides

Robert Wamala