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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
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