PyCon Australia gratefully acknowledges the support of our sponsors, without which the conference could not go ahead.
WSP Digital is the software engineering division of WSP, a publicly listed
global consulting engineering company with over 40,000 employees in more than
50 countries. We work with WSP’s other engineering disciplines and directly
with customers to deliver custom web and mobile applications, systems
integration and IoT implementations.
Python has been our language of choice for over 6 years - in that time we've deployed Python code for clients including VicRoads, Qantas, Myer, Coles, Telstra, BOC, State and Federal Government departments and many others. We have active projects using Django, Twisted, Celery, Channels, Pandas and many other open source tools from the Python community, so we’re very happy to have this opportunity to make a small contribution in return.
Our Melbourne office employs 35 software engineers, business analysts, test engineers and project managers, including a number of interns and graduates. We take great pride in providing an environment that encourages software engineering excellence through collaboration, informed debate and learning - we believe that our commercial success is directly related to the quality of what we produce and the talent and commitment of our team.
We began in 1993 as a small Australian tech start-up. Now we're
a global team of over 1,800 people across five continents - and we're still
growing. We're listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, with a strong
financial track record and our continuous investment in product development and
innovation is what keeps us ahead of the game.
We design, develop and deliver solutions that help with life's big decisions - from getting a mortgage, planning for retirement, to trading on the stock exchange - things that make a real difference to people's lives and financial well-being. We may be one of the largest financial software providers, but we haven't forgotten our roots; we've kept the entrepreneurial spirit and agility that defined our early years - it's something we continue to look for and admire in our people.
With offices across Australia, the UK, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand and Singapore, our team might span the world but we unite to deliver a shared vision - to help our clients keep their promises by providing the very best that fintech has to offer.
We are constantly looking for talented Python developers - the language is used by all development teams and is the primary development language used on our core product XPLAN. PyCon AU 2018 can only operate with the generousity of our sponsors. If you are interested in helping our event, please see our Prospectus
Platinum is an exclusive sponsorship, limit two.
PyCon AU 2018 can only operate with the generousity of our sponsors.
If you are interested in helping our event, please see our Prospectus
Gold sponsorship is limited to six sponsors only
James Cook University (JCU) recognises the power of data science and is a proud
supporter of PyCon Australia in 2018.
JCU prides itself on offering degrees that count – and today, every business and industry understands the invaluable need for data scientists. JCU has developed a 100% online Master of Data Science degree that integrates the fundamental principles and practices of Python into its current and professionally relevant coursework. Delivered by respected interdisciplinary academics and industry experts, boost your career with skills that count in the real world.
CyberHound is a leading provider of internet management and security
solutions for K-12 schools.
The solutions we deliver are developed in Australia and exported internationally. Our team of developers are an integral part of enabling students to become responsible digital citizens. We are proud of their innovative work in Python and in turn we are pleased to sponsor PyCon AU 2018.
Established in 1999, CyberHound is part of the Superloop Group, an independent provider of connectivity services across the Asia Pacific region.
CSIRO's Data61 is Australia’s leading data innovation group. Data science, engineering, and design are at the core of what we do. Data61 is partnering with industry, government, universities, and start-ups to create Australia's data-driven future. Partner with us.
Espressif Systems is a world-leading Internet-of-Things company. We built the
widely popular ESP8266 and ESP32 chips. We are an innovative team of
chip-design specialists, software/firmware developers and marketers. And we are
committed to providing the best IoT devices and software platforms in the
Espressif's IoT software-development platform, ESP-IDF, is open-source and many third-party projects and platforms have been based on it. Espressif is also involved in and supports many open-source community projects. We believe in the democratization of technology that will develop tomorrow's Internet of Things.
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We’re a passionate team of mathematicians and engineers that believes every single student can excel at mathematics, with the right help at the right time.
We’re using technology and the power of adaptive learning to be the right help at the right time for every student.
Our engineering team use Python/Django along with React to provide an education platform that gives step-by-step help and instantaneous feedback, just like a personal tutor.
Along with our Symbolic Math Engine and Adaptive Learning Algorithm to identify the individual’s strengths and learning gaps, tailoring their maths program accordingly
Our team is all here wearing Mathspace t-shirts. Come say hi!
Our mission at Facebook is to give people the power to build community
and bring the world closer together. As extensive users of Python at Facebook,
we are proud to support PyCon AU and the broader Python community.
Interested in Python jobs? Check out: https://tinyurl.com/pyjobs-fb
The Django Software Foundation is a US-based non-profit organisation
with the mission to promote, support, and advance the Django Web framework -
the Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.
Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Built by experienced developers, it takes care of much of the hassle of Web development, so you can focus on writing your apps without needing to reinvent the wheel. It’s free and open source, and used by startups and Fortune 500 companies - companies like Instagram, Pinterest, NASA, and the US Library of Congress.
The Django Software Foundation sponsors sprints, meetups, gatherings and community events, protects the intellectual property of the Django project, and contributes to improvements in the Web industry, both technical and social.
The Django Software Foundation is the sponsor of DjangoCon AU 2018
Linux Australia is the peak body for Open Source communities in Australia. PyCon AU 2018 is run under the auspice of Linux Australia.