I've spoken at a couple of conferences and local meetups. My talks have been very well received; my EuroPython 2019 talk even made it to the top 10 best talks by attendee rating.
It's often said that Python comes with batteries included, meaning that the standard library can do basically anything except for maybe conjure bacon for you (though I heard that's coming in 3.8). I don't think we fully appreciate the sheer vastness of it, though, so I went through it library by library looking for hidden gems (sorry, eggs). This is a by no means exhaustive compilation of the useful, the underrated, and the funny.