27-28 May,
2017
Munich,
Germany

Main Python event in Web Development

2days of intense practice
3tracks of talks and workshops
30international speakers

A conference about Python and Web stack

Django, Plone, Tornado, TurboGears, Pyramid and other web-related tools. Talks and workshops by core developers and experts. All in one conference.

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Who's speaking

Mahmoud Hashemi

Lead Developer of Python Platform at PayPal

San Jose, USA

Markus Holtermann

Django core developer, works at LaterPay

Berlin, Germany

Jordi Soucheiron

Software Engineer at Skyscanner

Barcelona, Spain

J. Randall Hunt

Software Engineer at Amazon Web Services

Los Angeles, USA

Rachel Willmer

Programmer, manager, entrepreneur, CEO at Luzme

Edinburgh, Scotland

Daniele Procida

Django core developer, works at Divio

Cardiff, Wales

Mike Müller

CEO at Python Academy, chairman of PySV

Leipzig, Germany

Martijn Faassen

Web developer since 1998, founder of a number of open source projects

Tilburg, Netherlands

Patrick Arminio

Full Stack Developer working at Stink Studios

London, England

Alessandro Molina

Core developer of TurboGears web framework

Torino, Italy

Jacob Rief

Core developer of Django-SHOP, author of Django-Angular

Innsbruck, Austria

Dmitry Trofimov

Team Lead of PyCharm at JetBrains

Munich, Germany

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Conference Program

Keynotes

Rachel Willmer: Real-Time Data with Django

For several years, Rachel Willmer has been searching for the perfect real-time data solution for her Django-based website, Luzme.

The two most recent candidates under the microscope are Google Firebase (a paid service) and the new Django Channels (free and open source).

Rachel shares her experiences of both and compares the relative advantages and disadvantages.

Martijn Faassen: Rethinking the Python Web Framework

What if you could rethink the Python web framework? What would it be like? 

A few years ago, I had the opportunity to do this. The result is a web framework called Morepath. It doesn't look wildly different on the outside. I'm going to demonstrate a few ways in which it is different. 

If you're a user of a web framework, I want to show you use cases you may not even realize you have. If you're a developer of a web framework, I want to offer you ideas you may not have considered. 

Conference Program

25 talks, 5 worshops, 2 days of intense Python

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Workshops

All workshops are included in the standard ticket

Plone

workshop by Philip Bauer

Philip is a founder of Starzel, board member of the Plone foundation, loves teaching and dedicated to Open Source.

Tornado

workshop by Stefan Behnel

Stefan is a backend engineer at Skoobe, main developer of lxml and Cython, using Tornado on daily basis.

Django CMS

workshop by Iacopo Spalletti

Iacopo is a Founder/CTO @NephilaIT and django CMS core developer. When not coding, you can find him in the local pub.

Pyramid

workshop by Andrii Chaichenko

Andrii is a backend developer at CeleraOne, currently focused on data science and machine learning.

TurboGears

workshop by Alessandro Molina

Alessandro is a core developer of the TurboGears2 web framework and maintainer of Beaker Caching/Session framework.

Venue

LMU Institute of Computer Science

Oettingenstraße 67, 80538 Munich

Getting to Munich

By train (discounted)

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

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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Story

The story of PyMunich events goes back to 2015

We organized the last PyCon.DE, plus:

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Financial Aid

PyConWeb offers financial aid to support diversity within the Python community. Application deadline was 15.03.2017. Results have been communicated. For any information or urgent inquiries please contact aid@pymunich.com.

Discounts

Traditionally for community conferences we follow "the whole world pays" principle with some discounts. Speakers get -25%, supporters -50%, tutors of workshops over 2 hours, volunteers and co-organizers who invested over 8 hours get -100%.

We also offer financial aid covering up to 100% of the ticket cost to those who demonstrate need.

All proceeds from ticket sales go directly into making this conference a success.

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General questions

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Community management

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