Pycon otto


6th 9th April 2017


Beer, Steak ... and Python!

As typical of any good PyCon worthy of the name we will host events during which all the attendees will be able to gather and socialize in an informal environment outside the official setting of the conference. Those who have been our guests before will still remember the characteristic companionship and can therefore confirm you can't miss these events!

DataBeer - Thursday 6th April from 20:00 to 23:00 (CEST)

During PyCon Italia 8, Databbers Tuscany in association with PyData will run the 3rd DataBeers. There will be 5 data case presentations to hear and discuss drinking together a beer, offered by our spanish sponsor Estrella.
Do you want to join as a speaker? As attendee? As drinker? Book your beer!

Register.it Tech-Cocktail - Friday 7th April from 19:00 to 20:30 (CEST)

Cloud, Server, Hosting, Security: Let’s share and discuss what you like and your ‘nice to have’.

A nice and informal chance for developers to discuss and share needs and services directly with the provider, with a free drink in your hand.

To join the event please register here.

PyBeer - Friday 7th April

As usual we will meet for a toast with a good fresh beer: this will be a chance to relax and have a good time together drinking, chatting and actually getting to know the other fellows from the conference!

The meeting is at the James Joyce Pub, just a step away from the conference hotel (HERE!). There you will get a discount reserved to the conference attendees. Just remember to bring your badge with you and you'll get a special price for both bottled beer and draught beer!


PyFiorentina - Saturday 8th April

Whoever knows Florence will know that the famous Fiorentina Steak is an experience you can't go without, so why not have a taste all together?

In one of the most renowned and traditional restaurants of Florence an unmissable date to taste some of the local delicacies matched with a good glass of wine and with the company of your pythonistas colleagues. Are you really willing to give up all this? Check the menu on the page dedicated to PyFiorentina