Main Python event in Web Development

PyconWEB 2017

Be part of it

A conference about Python and Web stack

Django, Plone, Tornado, TurboGears, Pyramid. Python essentials and best practices, networking - we have it all covered, in one converence.

Everyone will code, from a beginner to advanced

  • Beginner: come to our introduction workshops, start with basic talks
  • Hobbyist: attend specific talks, master new frameworks on workshops
  • Advanced: hack hand by hand with Python Core Developers
  • Everyone: make new friends, get business connections, enjoy pythonic atmosphere!

Confirmed speakers

Alessandro Molina

Core developer of TurboGears

Alexander Loechel

Plone core developer, deputy CTO of LMU

Daniele Procida

Django core developer, works at Divio

Dmitry Trofimov

PyCharm Team Lead @JetBrains

Jacob Rief

Author of Django-Angular and Django-websocket-redis

Markus Holtermann

Django core developer, works at LaterPay

Michael Howitz

Developer using Zope and RestrictedPython since 2003

Stefan Behnel

Main developer of lxml and Cython, works at Skoobe

Call for proposals runs until March 15th. Be a Speaker.

Awesome workshops included

Django, Plone, Pyramid, Tornado – try everything in 2 days

Plone

workshop by Philip Bauer

Philip is a founder of Starzel, working with Plone exclusively since 2005. Board member of the Plone foundation, loves teaching and dedicated to Open Source.

Tornado

workshop by Stefan Behnel

Stefan is a backend engineer at Skoobe and prominent member of Python community, main developer of lxml and Cython.

Django

workshop by Markus Holtermann

Markus is a code developer of Django. Discovered Python and Django in 2010 with ubuntuusers.de. Works at LaterPay.

Pyramid

workshop by Andrii Chaichenko

Andrii is a backend developer at CeleraOne. Currently has a main focus on data science and machine learning.

Venue

LMU Institute of Computer Science

Oettingenstraße 67, 80538 Munich

Getting to Munich

By train (DB offer)

Together with LMU we brought you a good deal for high-speed ICE trains. Most of connections within Germany would cost up to 99€, two-way. Book it here.

By plane

Munich airport is well-connected by multiple airlines. For low-cost flights we can recommend Transavia, Easyjet, Airberlin and Eurowings. For more exotic routes check Lufthansa.

The story of PyMunich events goes back to 2015

We organized last PyCon.DE, plus:

More PyConDE editions in archive

Feedback from last year

Sponsors

Looking for developers? Brand promotion?

We've got this covered.

See our sponsor packages.

Financial Aid

PyConWEB offers financial aid to support diversity within the Python community. Please apply by sending email to aid@pymunich.com and include the following information:

  1. Your current professional status (student, looking for a job, etc)
  2. Your relation to Python (researcher, hobbyist, etc)
  3. How can we support you (free ticket or travel costs)
  4. How do you support Python (code contributions, help on the conference, etc)

Application deadline is 15.03.2017. Results will be communicated by 01.04.2017.

Tickets

Traditionally for community conferences we follow "the whole world pays" principle with some discounts. Speakers get -25%, supporters -50%, tutors of workshops over 2 hours, volunteers and co-organizers who invested over 8 hours get -100%.

We also offer financial aid covering up to 100% of the ticket cost to those who demonstrate need.

All proceeds from ticket sales go directly into making this conference a success.

Tickets will be available starting in mid-March.

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