Recently I had a chance to take part in the first edition of a new Python event in Poland, PyWaw Summit conference. Python has a very active community in Poland, Europe and around the globe. What sets the community apart is its accessibility and friendliness. After all, as mentioned by Marc-André Lemburg in his PyWaw Summit day one keynote, the language is a tribute to Monty Python, and is designed to be fun. The fun factor and friendliness were evident at PyWaw Summit, a conference organized by Warsaw Python User Group. Being a sysadmin in my first ever conference devoted to programming only, I felt very welcome and got a lot of very useful first hand information on the newest features, trends and techniques from Python professionals.