Python Porto

We are here to help you to become a 10x performer with Python

We welcome people with different background, with or without previous Python or programming experience. The key is willingness to learn and to share their knowledge.

To become part of the community, join our group on and be the guest on our meetups. We are also available in Facebook in Twitter. Be sure to read carefully and follow our Code of Conduct.

If you have any questions, suggestions or ideas, contact organizers by email

Want to become a speaker?

Public speaking is challenging and rewarding experience. It is a great way to contribute to development of the community and to boost your knowledge of a specific topic at the same time.

We help you with the content. If you are not sure what to talk about, we can help you with the topic. We will help you to shape and improve your talk through a series of rehearsals. By the end of the talk we will share the feedback from the audience and share it with you.

We take care of the organization. This includes finding location, preparing everything onsite and taking care of public announcements.

Submit your proposal


Core team

This team makes Python in Porto possible


Roman Imankulov

Lives in Porto for almost four years and works with Python for more than a decade. Loves Python and web development. In Python Porto acts as the main organizers, speaker on several events and a permanent resident of PyCoffee.


Paulo Portela

Paulo is a Senior Software Developer from adidas, and he is eager to help beginners in Python Porto to learn the language. Author and the main presenter of "Python 101" workshops. You can also find hom on our PyCoffee events.


Francisca Dias

Francisca is a Data Analyst, constantly eager to improve her skills in data analytics, with a focus on open-data and web development. She is the author, organizer and speaker of "Python for Data Science" workshops of Python Porto.


Leonid Kholkine

Leonid is a Head of Engineering at Tonic App who loves to apply technology to find solutions to real-world problems. As a part of Python Porto core team, he is an organizer of several events.