PyCon X

Florence

2nd - 5th May 2019

Posts of 2019

  • PyCon Italia is respectful: mustknow for the attendees

    We care, we really care about our attendees being comfortable during our events!
    And we do believe that respect is the one key to having a comfortable environment in our future. That’s why we put respect in the core of our Code of Conduct and that’s why we work hard to use eco-friendly materials as much as we can! This means that our shirts are 100% organic and that the paper we use for our printed materials is recycled.

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    — Matteo Benci, 18 Apr 2019 
  • PyCon Italia & the PSF

    As you may know, the Python Software Foundation supports Python community events all around the world and has helped the growth of our conference and community.
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    — Matteo Benci, 26 Mar 2019 
  • CFP closed and Community Voting

    The amount of received submissions this year was astonishing! The CFP is now closed and we’ve started the Community Voting. Please keep in mind that the Early Bird fare will close soon and after that we’ll publish the PyCon Italia X schedule.

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    — Matteo Benci, 24 Jan 2019 
  • Forgot to submit your proposal? You still have time!

    The PyCon Italia X CFP is closed!

    Just kidding :)
    We’ve received lots of submissions, close to the record number of the last year, but since this year PyCon will take place a bit later, we decided to postpone the CFP closing of just 2 weeks. Obviously, the hopelessly latecomers will have the chance to submit their proposals and, last but not least, we are asking explicitly for more women speaker proposals :) Continua →

    — Matteo Benci, 7 Jan 2019 
  • Join PyCon X, the CFP is closing!

    Like every year, Epiphany will take away all those Christmas songs and stuff and it marks the closing of the PyCon Italia CFP! Sunday Jan 6th will be the last day to submit your talk proposals, then will start the community voting phase in order to build the schedule of the next PyCon Italia :) Continua →
    — Matteo Benci, 3 Jan 2019 

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