PyCon Pittsburgh. April 15-23, 2020.

Virtual Expo Hall

All good things must come to an end and it’s time for the PyCon 2020 Online closing. All of PyCon’s sponsors financially supported our community during this difficult time. 2020 would have been an insurmountable hurdle without their support. Thank you to each and every sponsor.

Our sponsors collaborated with us to welcome you and to provide virtual experiences since they couldn’t be with you in person. They recorded workshops and product demos, created Python challenges and code competitions, and provided information on their job openings. We hope you enjoyed the content.

Thank you for participating in our first online conference. We look forward to seeing all of you in Pittsburgh in 2021!

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Meet the Microsoft team and learn about all of the virtual experiences we will be delivering for PyCon 2020 since we cannot join you in person this year.

For the full PyCon 2020 Microsoft Experience, go to
Virtual booth demos and much more will be added over the next few weeks

Read about what Microsoft loves about PyCon and the Python community on the blog.

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We're excited to share that IBM's Quantum Challenge is live now! Whether you're already a member of the Qiskit community, or this is your 1st quantum experiment, this challenge will improve your understanding of quantum circuits. Enjoy testing your Python skills!

Qiskit is an open-source quantum computing software development framework for leveraging today’s quantum processors in research, education, and business. Qiskit is primarily written in Python and it plays a key role in our ability to make quantum computing open and accessible for everyone. We invite the community of Python developers to join IBM’s Quantum Challenge running from May 4 - 8.

Get started programming a quantum computer by watching "Coding with Qiskit" and subscribe to the Qiskit YouTube channel for more educational content.

The future of quantum is in open source software and access to real quantum hardware—let’s keep building together.

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Python 2 has officially reached End of Life, which means any security problems that emerge over time will not be supported by the community, no matter how catastrophic.

If you still have software that depends on Python 2, we can help. We're providing ongoing Python 2 support and security updates, so you can continue to run your Python 2 software while freeing up your technical staff.

As part of our Python 2 support, we've released ActivePython 2.7.18, our pre-built distribution that includes the last official release of Python 2 as well as many popular packages.

Learn more about our Python 2 support and get a free risk assessment.

ActiveState delivers its ActivePython distributions via the ActiveState Platform, which provides free, cross-platform build resources for building custom Python runtime environments with all the packages you need for your project. Sign up for a free account.

Developers can also gain access to the ActiveState Platform’s GraphQL API, which allows you to add new packages, projects and other open source language artifacts. It’s currently open to Python-based open source projects. Want to participate? Learn more about our early access program.

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