25 26 May Munich
A conference about Web tools
Main Python event in Web Development
25 26 May Munich
Main Python event in Web Development
days in intense practice
tracks of talks and workshops
Django, Tornado, TurboGears, Flask and other web-related tools.
Talks and workshops by core developers and experts.
All covered in one conference.
Full workshop access is included in all tickets.
This agenda is not final and may change as we try to accommodate requests by speakers and other requirements.
So we’re attending this amazingly well run Python conference which is being hosted at @Microsoft HQ in Munich. Yeah take the time to appreciate the previous sentence, I’ll be here when you’re back. @pyconweb #pyconweb18 pic.twitter.com/7gGrOjCDnX— Nicola Iarocci (@nicolaiarocci) June 30, 2018
Thank again PyConWeb for a great weekend of talks. You've inspired me to do epic shit. 😀 pic.twitter.com/1jcyGbZmDf— Doug Sillars 🇬🇧 (@dougsillars) July 3, 2018
My personal highlight @ #microsoft building in Munich. #PyConWeb18 thanks for a great conference. Many impressions and ideas and very nice people. Great experience! Special thanx to the orga-team from #pyconweb... Great job! pic.twitter.com/30JmEUbmlZ— E.U. (@eroluel) July 1, 2018
#PyConWeb was an adventure! 🙂 Cody is on his way back to Frankfurt. Thanks to the crew, sponsors, speakers and attendees for two days full of interesting input, ideas and talks! 🚀 🐍 #codemonauts #pyconweb18 pic.twitter.com/g83o0fpgvM— ＜code＞monauts (@codemonauts) July 1, 2018
It was a lovely weekend at #pyconweb18 this year! Looking forward to the next one. You can find the presentation code at https://t.co/LVlrcv69Xc if you want to have a look. Happy coding to everyone! And many thanks to @pyconweb team.— Emin Buğra Saral (@ebsaral) July 3, 2018
Just at the @pyconweb @MicrosoftDE , proud to be part of the #pythoncommunity, also happy to have here some friends of the the #pythonmeetup Nuremberg! Let’s go for a digital future #digitalrevolution @alex_savio @anton_caceres pic.twitter.com/sT5BTVNbIA— Moreno&Co || Founder of the IT Blog (@MorenoCo1) June 30, 2018
Today at 16:00 CEST (14:00 UTC) I'll give the most political talk @pyconweb about the time and the governments fiddling with the time zones: A Day Has Only 24±1 Hours: import pytz. See you at 1530367200 since epoch. Or do you prefer to hear the other speaker? #pyconweb18 pic.twitter.com/2v7TWVT7qx— Miroslav Šedivý (@eumiro) June 30, 2018
Today @pyconweb I realized what means community power: you may lose your voice, yet the conference runs perfectly well thanks to all people stepping in and making it even better! Two words I’ll still say loud: THANK YOU! pic.twitter.com/otcrsGC28T— Anton Caceres (@anton_caceres) July 1, 2018
#PyConWeb was totally worth it, even presented a Lightening Talk today about #PloneReact! Couldn't show all I wanted (which included #WordPress Gutenberg) but core was there and I think it made a good impression: #Plone #LiveAndKicking— Davi Lima (@davilima6) July 1, 2018
Back in the Netherlands after #pyconweb Thanks everyone for the conversations & talks. Came home with more ideas for Morepath!— Martijn Faassen (@faassen) May 29, 2017
A big thank you to the #pyconweb organizers. Really well done. What a smooth organization. Talking-from-experience-here (TM).— Python Academy (@pyacademy) May 29, 2017
Thank you so very much for making my very first Python Conference such a pleasant experience! Well done guys! 🐍🙌— Christian Macht (@christiandoes) May 28, 2017
two hours into the #pymunich sprint and i’m already overloaded with awesome people and useful information. this is gonna be a loong weekend.— Tom Lazar (@tomlazar) October 28, 2016
Thank you and congratulations to all the #PyConDE16 organisers and volunteers for running an excellent conference.— DIVIO AG (@divio) October 30, 2016
.@PyMunich wins best coffee and beer of conferences I’ve been to. Made to order coffee and maß beer is nice touch along with great community— Luke Lee (@durden20) October 29, 2016
thanks @PyMunich ... it's been a great weekend!— theuni (@theuni) October 30, 2016
Thanks to everyone at #PyConDE16 (and above all, the organisers) for an excellent weekend! See you again soon.— Daniele Procida (@evildmp) October 30, 2016
Thanks to the organizers for making #PyConDE16 awesome. Now if only DB were on time too 😋— Florian Apolloner (@fapolloner) October 30, 2016
The international scope for #PyConDE16 was good decision— Andreas Jung (@MacYET) October 29, 2016
Microsoft Deutschland GmbH, Walter-Gropius-Straße 5, 80807 München, Germany
2-minute walk from the venue, from 80€ per night.
2-minute walk from the venue, from 100€ per night.
10-minute walk from the venue, from 70€ per night.
Everyone is welcome at PyConWeb.
Those who would like to attend but cannot afford it are encouraged to write a request to email@example.com.
Request should include a few words about the current professional status, connection to Python, and a possibility to help at the conference.
To satisfy as much requests as possible the budget allocated per person is minimal, usually offering a free conference ticket. Applications are open until 1st of May 2019.
If you would need childcare during the conference - please drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will do our best to get it for you.
Childcare is difficult to book upfront because it depends on amount and age of children. We are in contact with a local company and are currently collecting requests.
The PyConWeb venue is 100% wheelchair-accessible.
Nevertheless, don't hesitate to contact us on email@example.com and we would plan the space in all rooms accordingly.
Space is limited, get your ticket in advance.
Tickets include everything: talks, workshops, food, drinks.
We would love to invite every Pythonista around, from newcomers to superheroes.
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