Which Python - Joanna Stadnik

Have you ever felt like python virtual environments were something that just happened to you?
You pasted and ran the commands hoping it will just work, and tried to forget the trauma and confusion immediately after?
Having witnessed many a new developer (including myself) struggling with a python installation that just doesn’t quite want to work, I have collected a few nuggets of knowledge and understanding that have helped me make the experience this little bit smoother. In the talk, we will answer such important questions as “What is a .bash_profile/.bashrc?”, “What is a PATH?”, “Why do I even need a virtual environment?”, and, most importantly, “Which python???”.

(Unfortunately we have no slides or video for this talk)

Stay paranoid and trust no one: Overview of common security vulnerabilities in web applications - Maciej Lechowski

There’s a lot of different security issues that affect web applications. However, there’s a number of very common problems that occur all the time. They’re quite well-known and the ways in which they can be mitigated are also well researched. This talk goes over the most common issues according to Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) with examples in a Django application.

(Unfortunately we have no slides or video for this talk)