Dear friends, did you already notice that PyConWeb 2018 happens on the last weekend of June in Munich? The debut in 2017 was so appreciated, that, of course, the next edition is already on the way.
The conference is focused on Web technologies in Python. We got numerous positive feedback about the idea of uniting worlds of Django, Plone, Tornado, TurboGears and other web-related tools within one event, and that’s exactly the direction where the conference goes.
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Join our next Python event hosted in Microsoft office on August 10th!
Reserve your spot in our meetup group.
Can’t miss this PyMunich meetup – great speakers from London and New York will be giving talks on Parallel Computing and Natural Language Processing topics. This meetup is rather a bigger one, organized together with Machine Learning group and hosted by Stylight.
The event is free, reserve your spot on meetup.com. See the review below. Continue reading “PyMunich: Parallel Computing & NLP Meetup”
Welcome to our June meetup, hosted by Futurice on 13.06.2017.
This time we are featuring 4 talks at once, covering React, Modx, iotaCSS and more!
See the event review below
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In 2017 we took an ambitious goal to introduce a whole new concept into the PyCon family, the PyConWeb, a conference focused on web stack of Python. The first edition took place on May 27-28 in Munich.
The goal of PyConWeb is to showcase most common web-related tools in Python, offering hands-on workshops on Django, Plone, Pyramid, and Tornado, as well as featuring talks by core developers and contributors. Two days, three tracks, all included.
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In late October 2016, we organized the PyCon.de, the main Python developer conference in Germany. With four parallel tracks, it had over 50 activities by speakers and trainers from all around Europe. We started from scratch and made it happen within five insane months. However, it was not only luck that helped, but a good plan and budget that turned out to be quite accurate. I will gladly share some insights from our story and try to simplify the job for anyone planning something similar.
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