[BangPypers] [Inpycon] PyCon India 2012: Important Dates

Anand Balachandran Pillai abpillai at gmail.com
Sun Aug 12 12:53:30 CEST 2012

On Sun, Aug 12, 2012 at 3:04 PM, Anand Chitipothu <anandology at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi,
> PyCon India 2012, the fourth edition of PyCon India conference is
> being held in Bangalore,India from 28th September 2012 to 30th
> September 2012.
> http://in.pycon.org/2012/
> With two keynote speakers, Jacob Kaplan-Mos (co-author of Django) and
> David Mertz (author of Text Processing with Python) and with lot of
> interesting talks coming up (including 2 talks proposed by a core
> CPython developer), this is promising to be best PyCon India ever.
> The last date for regular registration is August 16. Register soon.
> http://pyconindia2012.doattend.com/
> If you are planning to submit a talk or a tutorial, the last date is
> August 25. Talks can be submitted at:
> http://in.pycon.org/2012/funnel/pyconindia2012/
> Conference Dates:
> Tutorial day - Friday, September 28, 2012
> Main Conference - Saturday-Sunday, September 29-30, 2012
> Please spread this message to your friends, friends of friends and
> whoever might be interested. Posting it message to various mailing
> lists, internal mailing lists at your workplace, facebook/Google+ and
> any other medium will help spreading the word.


This is the very first PyCon featuring two keynote speakers, who are
leaders in their projects/areas.

David Mertz is the well-known author of the "Charming Python" series
of articles published in IBM developer works. He is also the author
of "Text processing in Python" and is a director of the board of members
of the Python Software Foundation. He is also an expert in voting
and security aspects related to voting, and open-voting in particular.

Jacob Kaplan-Moss is a lead-developer and co-creator of Django.
Jacob currently works for Revolution Systems and in his previous
life worked for Lawrence Journal-World (http://ljworld.com/), a
locally-owned newspaper in Lawrence, Kansas, where he helped
develop and eventually open source Django.

With these two luminaries presenting keynotes and sharing their
experiences with Python and their projects, and with a good selection
of other talks, you don't want to miss PyCon India this year!

Go ahead, spread the word in your channels and mailing lists...

> Thanks,
> Anand
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