PyBay couldn't happen without the strong support of our Sponsors. However, even with their generosity, many people aren't able to attend PyBay without the backing of our generous Scholarship Partners.
We’re truly grateful that last year’s four Scholarship Partners enabled 11 of the 90+ scholarship applicants to attend PyBay. However, that left many people who needed assistance unable to attend, and we expect even more applicants this year.
In the spirit of increasing the Python community’s inclusivity and diversity, we hope you'll consider joining the ranks of those companies supporting the 2017 PyBay Scholarship Partner program.
Click the button below to discover all the benefits of adding on to your PyBay Sponsorship by becoming a Scholarship Partner.
PyBay awards scholarships to members of our community for whom attending PyBay would present a significant financial challenge. Our focus is on assisting applicants who will diversify our attendee group or who have made an extraordinary effort to better Python or our community. If you think you meet those criteria, we invite you to click the button below to apply for a scholarship.
Sauce Labs is a growth stage company that provides a cloud-based infrastructure for
the automated testing of web and mobile applications. Designed for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery pipelines,
Sauce helps remove the bottleneck associated with functional testing, allowing development teams to ship better software, faster.
One of Sauce Labs' goals is to help front-end developers learn about the benefits of writing code that is optimized for automated testing.
Selenium and Appium are the open source testing frameworks that run on their platform, and tests can be written in any development language, including Python.
Sauce is committed to enhancing the Python ecosystem and has partnered with SF Python to sponsor this year's PyBay conference in San
Francisco. We are also offering 2 PyBay scholarships to promote diversity in tech and reward those who have made a contribution to the ecosystem but are in need of financial
support to attend the conference.