The UK Python Conference 2002 - as far as I know, the first one in this country - will be taking place at the Heritage Motor Centre, Oxford, on April 4/5. We have two solid days of Python talks.
I would like to thank the organisers of the Association of C and C++ Users for allowing us to piggy-back onto their conference, thereby making this possible. Last year we had two Python talks as part of an 'alternative languages' track and this year we have a full track. We can make this an annual event if enough people come. You also get to rub shoulders with Stroustrup, Coplien and various other gurus of the C++ and Java worlds.
Brief details of the talks and all the administrative info are available at http://www.accuconference.co.uk Full program details (unofficial location) can be found at http://www.reportlab.com/tmp/accu2002.pdf
Andy Robinson ReportLab Inc (and Python track coordinator)