PyCon 2022 is coming up! There will be many typing-related talks, tutorials booths, etc., but I wanted to provide a final update on the Typing Summit for everyone who is able to attend in person.
The summit (which has become an annual event since the pandemic started) will be held this year at PyCon US on Thursday, April 28th from 1-5pm, in Salt Lake City.
The agenda is as follows - all times are PM and are in Mountain Time:
1:00-1:20 – Settling in and introductions 1:20-1:35 – “New typing features in Python 3.10 and 3.11”, David Foster 1:35-1:55 – “Typing of Tensor Shapes and Type Arithmetic”, Alfonso Castaño 1:55-2:10 – “Too small for a PEP: minor new typing features in Python 3.11”, Jelle Zijlstra
(2:10-2:25 – Buffer/Break)
2:25-2:40 – “Extending PEP 647: User-Defined Type Guards”, Rebecca Chen 2:40-3:05 – “The future of TypedDict” and “Runtime uses for type annotations: A survey of tools”, David Foster 3:05-3:35 – “Runtime Annotations: PEP 563 & 649 Overview”, Carl Meyer
(3:35-3:50 – Buffer/Break)
3:50-4:25 – “Beyond Subtyping”, Kevin Millikin 4:25-4:55 – “Panel: Typing-sig and Python Core Dev”, Guido van Rossum, Greg P. Smith, Jelle Zijlstra, Pradeep Kumar Srinivasan, Matthew Rahtz
You can now also find this information live on the PyCon website: https://us.pycon.org/2022/events/typing-summit/
Thanks to everyone who has put in the time and effort to prepare a topic for presentation and discussion!
Note: Unfortunately we cannot support remote attendance this year, but we are working with PyCon on options to record at least the slide presentation sections to be made available afterwards.
Excited to see everyone there!
Shannon & Alfonso