PyCon Balkan 2018 Talks
KEY PyCon Keynote
Python as a language is over 25 years old, and it’s user base is still growing. This is a feat that only a handful of languages have ever achieved. But the Python of today isn’t the same language that Guido van Rossum announced to the world in 1991 - it had to change in order to remain relevant, and into order to grow into new problem domains. What changes will Python need to embrace in order to remain relevant into the next 25 years? Will the Python of 2045 look like the Python of 2018?