PyCon X

Florence

2nd - 5th May 2019

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  • CFP is over! Start the voting :)

    The Pycon Italia 9 CFP officially closed yesterday, and since today it's possible to cast your vote for the talks proposed which will be part of the official schedule of the conference! Continua →
    — Matteo Benci, 15 Jan 2018 
  • CFP and Call to PyArms!

    A new record destroyed the past year one. The actual number about the CFP of the next PyCon confirms the growing of PyCon Italia with an extraordinary +50% of talk submission and this makes us extremely happy!

    Continua →
    — Matteo Benci, 8 Jan 2018 
  • NOVE is the new bl.. PYCON!

    Here we go again! Again running for the most beautiful PyCon experience!
    After PyCon Italia 8, which broke all the past PyCon Italia records, we are working again to offer you a more beautiful and exciting PyCon Italia 9!

    Developers, PMs, CEOs, CTOs, Students, Researchers and Startuppers. This is the mix you'll find at PyCon Italia, to learn and network around the programming language wich most of all is becoming relevant and diffused in all the world

    Continua →
    — Matteo Benci, 11 Aug 2017 
  • PyNews about CFP, voting, grants and schedule!

    After the big success of PyCon Italia 7 we started PyCon Italia 8 with a new record: we had about 50% more talk proposals than last year! This is the best result of talk proposals we ever had in PyCon Italia history so far :) Continua →
    — Matteo Benci, 24 Jan 2017 
  • A friend in need, pyfriend indeed!

    Time is running and PyCon 8 is taking shape on our horizon. We have lots of ideas and we sincerely hope you'll like them! Continua →
    — Matteo Benci, 10 Jan 2017 
  • Three, two.. EIGHT! PyCon 8!

    Guess who's back?! The 8th edition of PyCon Italia is loading and is going to be mind-blowing!
    If you are a developer, community member or startup, join us for some unforgettable days, from 6th to 9th April 2017, in the charming city of Florence. Continua →
    — Matteo Benci, 6 Dec 2016 
  • It's raining (py)news!

    Blow the trumpets, roll the drums the schedule is online! It took us a couple of days more than expected to try and fit in as much pycontent as possible and we hope the outcome will satisfy you!
    Continua →
    — Matteo Benci, 4 Feb 2016 

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