Kiwi PyCon XI Talk - Middleware Patterns for your Applications

I delivered a talk at the recently concluded Kiwi PyCon XI. Checkout some photos of the event from Kristina DC Hoeppner here.

I attended it virtually as I was unable to travel due to last minute interruptions from a certain virus.

The organizers were of course very well prepared for that. Massive kudos to the Next day video team and everyone else involved in the process, including the paper chair and the director who did go the extra mile in convincing me that I should make use of the virtual presentation opportunity rather than withdrawing my talk altogether. I am glad they did, as I could learn and share some new explorations that I had not shared in my PyCon US talk.

My talk

My talk was titled “Middleware Patterns for your Applications”/ “Implementing Shared Functionality Using Middleware”. I covered the following key topics:

The video is now available here

Slides and Demo code are available here.

Hope you find my talk useful!

Other talks I attended

My favorite talks by other presenters/keynote speakers

The most favorite session for me was the conference closing session which goes to show the community that Kiwi Pycon is and how a team of people working tirelessly puts together the conference.

Humbling talks

I have been attending PyCon conferences over a few years now, and have attended talks where the speaker have shared a little bit about themselves, their fights and what the Python community has meant/means to them.

Two lightning talks I attended belong to this category which left me humbled and grateful for being a small part of the Python community where we create space for these discussions: