[python-uk] EuroPython 2010 - 17th to 22nd of July in Birmingham

Zeth theology at gmail.com
Thu Jun 24 20:59:09 CEST 2010

If you haven't booked yet, then please do, in future years EuroPython
will be outside the UK, so this is your opportunity to take part with
minimal costs. Please also forward this email to anyone or any group
you think might be appropriate. Cheers!

See you at EuroPython!


EuroPython 2010 - Europe's official Python conference

There is less than a month to go until EuroPython 2010 - the last ever
EuroPython to be held in the UK.

EuroPython 2010 is about the Python programming language and the open
source software and tools written in Python, and is aimed at everyone
in the Python community, whether you are a Python expert, or you are
coming to the conference in order to learn Python for the first time.

EuroPython 2010 will held from the 17th to 22nd of July in Birmingham,
United Kingdom. EuroPython will involve over 100 talks, discussions
and social events.

The timetable can be found here:

Speakers include the best of the European Python community, including
Martijn Faassen, Tobias Ivarsson, Holger Krekel, Marc-André Lemburg,
Ezio Melotti and many more. Not to mention the locals: Michael Foord,
David Jones, Mark Dickinson, Luke Leighton and more.

Speakers from North America include core Python developers Raymond
Hettinger and Brett Cannon, author Wesley Chun, as well as Guido van
Rossum, the creator of Python, who will be making his first (and
probably last) appearance in the UK for many years.

EuroPython 2010 is a not-for-profit volunteer-organised conference.
There is a fee for your conference booking in order to help cover
costs, this includes lunches and refreshments, as well as the
conference dinner.

Register using the registration form:

The fee varies according to the choices you make and there are various
concessions. It is all explained at the registration form above. You
can sort out your own accommodation or use the above form to
automatically book a hotel.

A wealth of further information can be found at the website, including
maps, travel, accommodation, social events, partners programme, etc:

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