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Main Python event in Germany:

Pycon.de 2016

Be part of it

Highly Professional

  • Event of European scale
  • Top international speakers
  • Best Python-friendly companies

Community-driven

  • High-quality while non-commercial
  • Organized by PyMunich group
  • Together with Python Software Verband

Everyone will code, from beginner to advanced

  • Beginner: come to our Python Introduction workshop, start with basic talks
  • Hobbyist: attend specific talks, master new skills on workshops
  • Advanced: work hand by hand with Python Core Developers on sprints and workshops
  • Everyone: make new friends, get business connections, enjoy pythonic atmosphere!

Conference Programme

40 talks, 4 worshops, 3 sprints, 3 days of intense Python

Schedule may still change to meet speaker travel arrangements

Our Speakers

Stefan Behnel

Backend developer at Skoobe and prominent member of the Python community, main developer of lxml and Cython, tutor at Python Academy, EuroSciPy and others

Andrew Svetlov

Python Core Developer, took part in creation of asyncio, author of aiohttp and dozen of other asyncio-based libraries

Christian Tismer

Python Core Developer, consultant on algorithmic questions. Author of Stackless Python, one of the PyPy founders, developer of PySide and Psyco

Alexander Loechel

Deputy CTO of LMU Munich, core developer and board member of Plone CMS, organiser of Munich Python User Group

Anna Wszeborowska

Software developer at Ableton, devoted PyLady, hyperactive organizer of tech meetups. Addicted to change and challenges. Enthusiastic about sharing code and knowledge.

Valerio Maggio

Ph.D. in Computational Sciece, a postdoc researcher focused on Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Big Data Analysis. An active member of the Italian Python community, lead organiser of the PyData Italy conferences.

Dmitry Trofimov

PyChrarm IDE Team Lead, passionate about automation and software tooling. Implemented many different tools including a code generator for hardware used in submarines.

Mike Müller

Using Python since 1999, trainer and the CEO at Python Academy. The chairman of the Python Software Verband e.V., a PSF Fellow, a PSF community service award holder, and a User Group co-founder.

Alexander Hendorf

Data lover and Python addict, EuroPython organizer and program chair, expert of mongoDB, CTO at Koenigsweg

Justyna Janczyszyn

Software Engineer and Python enthusiast, beloved coach of Django Girls in Poland and Italy

Henning Peters

Entrepreneur and Python expert, CEO at spaCy, co-founder of Absolventa, ex-CTO of Skoobe.

Daniel Taschik

Co-founder and CTO of Dubsmash, Software engineer, loves scaling of infrastructures, founding member of Django-de.

Philip Bauer

Founder of Starzel, working with Plone exclusively since 2005. Board member of the Plone foundation, loves teaching and dedicated to Open Source

Mustafa Kasap

Senior Software Development Engineer in Technical Evangelism team in Microsoft. Working on Open Source Software Technologies on Cloud, Azure Machine Learning, R and Python.

Steffen Wenz

Joined TrustYou as a student in 2008 and today oversees a team of 25 international coders as CTO. Turned a small Java shop into a global Python-based leader in its market.

Anton Caceres

Python enthusiast, speaker and workshop tutor at EuroPython, Pycon.it, Pycon.es and many others, casual open-source contributor

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Venue

Conference: LMU Institute of Computer Science

Oettingenstraße 67, 80538 Munich


Sprints: JetBrains Events Space

Elsenheimerstraße 47, 80687 Munich

Getting to Munich

By train: Deutsche Bahn special offer

We brought you a good deal for high-speed ICE trains. Any connection within Germany would cost max 99€, two-way. Book it here.

By plane: many airlines

Munich airport is well-connected by multiple airlines. For low-cost flights we can recommend Transavia, Easyjet, Airberlin and Eurowings. For more exotic routes check Lufthansa.

Past PyCon.DE editions

The story of PyCon.de goes back to 2011

More details in archive

PyMunich Events

We made some local Python events in Munich, and people loved it

Talks, workshops, networking

Talks:Workshops:

Now, even cooler

Get ready for the main Python event in Germany

3 tracks in English and German

40 international speakers

Professional networking

Thank you, sponsors

And dear supporters:

JTcompany, Martin Christen (FHNW)

PyCon.DE is a non-commercial conference.

Please check our sponsorship packages.

German Visa

If you need a visa for entering Germany feel free to ask us on help@pymunich.com.

Please specify your relation to Python and plans for the travel. If all legal checks pass, you will get an official invitation letter for conference days.

Discounts

Traditionally PyCons follow "the whole world pays" principle with some discounts. Speakers get -25%, volunteers -50%, tutors and core organizers -100%. We would love to provide more free tickets, but with a quarter of attendees being speakers or coorganizers in some way, it is not possible.

Conference also provides symbolic discounts for local user groups or particular Python communities like PyLadies. You may check in your Python network for more details. In addition, some free tickets are given to those who cannot buy it.

All money from ticket sales is invested in the conference itself, so buy paying your ticket you are letting the conference happen.

Financial Aid

Conference offers financial aid to support social diversity of the Python community and let more people attend the conference. Applications are closed now, submissions were reviewed and voted by conference commitee. Results have been communicated.

Tickets

Tickets are fair and include everything: access to all conference days and areas, catering, drinks, goodies.

Sales started in August and will continue until we are run out of seats.

This year our venue space is limited, better be fast.