We are looking for candidates of Keynote speakers who could get the conference more attractive.Please let us know whomever you would like to recommend.(For example: a person who recently published a bestseller book, who develops a popular library, who is a member of a famous project(service), who is well known to python-engineers or others.)
＊自己推薦も歓迎いたします。* You can also recommend yourself!
＊参考までに、過去のPyCon JPで基調講演をお願いしてきた方々をご紹介します。* Keynote-speakers in the previous conferences were ...2018: Manuel Kaufmann, "Argentina in Python: community, dreams, travels and learning" 磯 蘭水, "「Pythonでやってみた」：広がるプログラミングの愉しみ"
2017: Peter Wang, "Our Journey With Anaconda, Why Python for Data and The Future" 堀越真映, "PandasでのOSS活動事例最初の一歩"
2016: Jessica McKellar, "Breaking The Rules" Andrey Vlasovskikh, "What's New in Python 3.6"
2015: https://pycon.jp/2015/reports/slides/ Hynek Schlawack, "Beyond grep: Practical Logging and Metrics" 佐藤治夫 (Haruo SATO), "Possibilities of Python 〜エンジニア・コミュニティで組織は動き出す"
2014: https://pycon.jp/2014/reports/slides/ Kenneth Reitz, "Python 2.7 & Python 3: A Sacred Love Story." 西尾泰和, "Rediscover with Python"
2013（APAC）: Georg Brandl, "Python and Neutrons or, how to make it fun to move motors" Rian Hunter, "One Million Lines of Python"
2012: http://2012.pycon.jp/program/keynote.html Armin Ronacher, "Happiness Through Ignorance" 小飼弾 (Dan KOGAI), "Python as a Foreign Language"
2011: http://2011.pycon.jp/program/keynote.html Tarek Ziadé