Pi Day was yesterday - PyDays lie ahead!
The earliest known large-scale celebration of Pi Day took place in 1988; two whole years before the first release of Python! This is important knowledge that obviously have a profound impact on your life and we thought you should know. ¯\(ツ)/¯
Moving swiftly on… with PyDays Vienna taking place soon, it is time for a quick update!
Call for Participation
There are only 10 days to go until the call for participation closes. PyDays is all about sharing knowledge and learning from one another, and we strongly believe every one of you has something to say. If you haven’t done so yet why not have a look over our invitation and consider submitting a talk. We are here to help!
Spread the Word
Help us spread the word and invite your friends, colleagues, your aunt, granny, second cousin twice removed, anyone you think might be interested. To make things easier for you, we have prepared (yes, we spoil you) not only an invitation text but also a poster in our press kit.
Just like last year we are looking forward to welcoming a diverse audience and line-up of speakers. Seriously, everyone (respecting our CoC) is welcome at PyDays! (We reserve, however, the right to refuse entry to dead parrots unless they are merely resting.)
We are again planning a social event on Saturday evening. If you plan to join us, please register here to help us plan.
Sponsors & Python Jobs
Without our partners and sponsors it would not be possible to set up PyDays as a free entry event. We are very pleased to be supported by so many institutions. Our heartfelt thanks go out to:
In our job section we have listed various top jobs of our silver and gold sponsors. Make sure you take a look!