As those of you following us on Twitter or in the Slack group already know,
there won't be a Python Adelaide in July, since the day it's ordinarily
held is one week before PyCon AU.
We'll see you back in the Minor Works Building on the 30th of August, where
we'll have *Chris Robinson* presenting *iPad App Development with Python*,
as well as one other speaker to be announced!
As usual, if you'd like to speak in September at Python Adelaide, please
let Matt or myself know or drop us a line at http://pythonadelai.de.
See you then,
PyCon Australia 2017 - https://pycon-au.org/ - the national conference for
users and developers of the Python programming language, will start in just
under three weeks! Tickets to the conference are still available, but
This year the conference will take place in Melbourne, from 3 - 8 August,
with a jam-packed schedule.
Thursday 3rd August: Long-Form Tutorials
Friday 4th August: Specialist Tracks – Internet of Things, Science and
Data, Python in Education and DjangoCon AU
Saturday 5th August: Main Conference Day One - four streams of talks. Also,
DjangoGirls Workshop and PyLadies Breakfast
Sunday 6th August: Main Conference Day Two - four streams of talks
Monday 7th August: Sprints Day One (sold out)
Tuesday 8th August: Sprints Day Two (limited tickets still available)
This year includes two exciting new features: long-form tutorials and child
Each paid tutorial will run for 3.5 hours, including a 30 minute break.
Tickets are still available to three of the tutorials: Python 101, Build
Tooling Workshop and Practical Testing with Pytest. For more information,
please visit: https://pycon-au.org/program/tutorials/
On-site child care, run by qualified child care workers, will be offered on
the specialist track and the main conference days (Friday, Saturday and
Sunday). Child care registration closes on Thursday 20th July. For more
information, please visit: https://pycon-au.org/about/child-care/
For more information about conference ticket prices and inclusions, please
=== About PyCon Australia ===
PyCon Australia is the national conference for the Python programming
community. The eighth PyCon Australia will be held on August 3-8 2017 in
Melbourne, bringing together professional, student and enthusiast
developers with a love for programming in Python. PyCon Australia informs
the country’s developers with presentations by experts and core developers
of Python, as well as the libraries and frameworks that they rely on.
To find out more about PyCon Australia 2017, visit our website at
http://pycon-au.org, follow us at @pyconau or e-mail us at
PyCon Australia is presented by Linux Australia (www.linux.org.au) and
acknowledges the support of our Platinum Sponsors, WSP Digital and IRESS,
and other sponsors. For full details of our sponsors, see our website.