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Main Python event in Germany:

Pycon.de 2016

Conference Programme

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

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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!

Some Speakers

Alexander Hendorf

Partner at Königsweg

Alexander Loechel

Deputy CTO of LMU, Plone core developer

Alexandre Figura

Works on Machine Learning problems

Andreas Jung

Lead technologist at ZOPYX

Andreas Schreiber

Rocket scientist, Chair of PyCon DE and PyHPC

Andrew Svetlov

Python Core Developer, aiohttp author

Anna Wszeborowska

Engineer at Ableton, devoted PyLady

Arush Kakkar

CEO of Corseco, Author of 'Raspberry Pi By Example'

Bernhard Weitzhofer

Open Data at BSB. FSFE Fellowship Coordinator

Christian Theune

CEO at Flying Circus

Claus Aichinger

Research Engineer at AIT, Data Scientist

Daniel Bader

Helps Python developers become more awesome

Daniel Havlik

Softwareentwicklung mit Python, Zope und Pyramid

Daniel Taschik

Co-Founder & CTO at Dubsmash

Daniele Procida

Core Django developer, works at Divio

Dmitry Trofimov

PyCharm Team Lead @JetBrains

Gunther Klessinger

Founder and Head of Innovation at Axiros

Güven Candogan

Pipeline Lead Engineer at Building Radar

Iwan Gulenko

Programmer and IT-recruiting specialist

Jacob Rief

Author of django-angular and django-websocket-redis

Jonathan Stoppani

DevOps Engineer at Divio

João Santos

Works at Zalando, creator of Connexion and Lizzy

Justyna Janczyszyn

Python developer, Django Girls tutor

Karim Jedda

Data Scientist / ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE

Karsten Schulz

Python Developer and Data Protection specialist

Klaus Bremer

Freelance programmer, advertising agency owner

Lasse Schuirmann

Python freelancer, author of coala project

Markus Holtermann

Django Core Developer

Martin Christen

Lecturer at FHNW, PyBasel and GeoPython organizer

Martin Preusse

Biomedical research and the startup KNOWING

Michael Seifert

Pythonista at heart

Miguel Cabrera

Data Engineer at TrustYou

Mike Müller

CEO at Python Academy, chairman of PySV

Mustafa Kasap

Engineer at Microsoft

Nejc Zupan

Python consultant with an entrepreneurial blend

Philip Bauer

Founder of Starzel, board member of Plone

Quazi Nafiul Islam

Software Developer @ Suitsupply

Rafael Carício

Engineer at Zalando, Connexion core developer

Reimar Bauer

Core developer of MoinMoin, chair of PySV

Sahil Dua

Engineer at Booking.com, DuckDuckGo and Pandas contributor

Stefan Behnel

Engineer at Skoobe, lxml and Cython developer

Stefanie Lück

Python developer for mostly bioinformatic purposes

Steffen Wenz

CTO at TrustYou

Valerio Maggio

Pydatait organizer. Post Doc @FBKcom

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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 LMU offer

Together with LMU we brought you a good deal for high-speed ICE trains. Most of connections within Germany would cost up to 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.

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The story of PyCon.de goes back to 2011

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Tickets

Traditionally PyCons follow "the whole world pays" principle with some discounts. Speakers get -25%, volunteers -50%, tutors of workshops over 2 hours and coorganizers who invested more than 8 hours get -100%.

Free tickets are also given to those who cannot buy it within our financial aid program.

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

Sales started in August and sold out two weeks before the event.

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