PyCon India 2014, Bangalore

PyCon India, the premier conference in India on using and developing the Python programming language is conducted annually by the Python developer community. It attracts the best Python programmers from across the country and abroad.
Workshops
26 September
Conference
27 - 28 September
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Speakers

Kushal Das

Keynote Speaker

Michael Foord

Keynote Speaker

Jessica McKellar

Keynote Speaker

Schedule

Workshops

26 September
Friday
Workshops are two and a half hour long hands-on sessions.
Each workshop is limited to 25 participants and a separate ticket is required to attend each workshop.
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Conference

27 - 28 September
Saturday - Sunday
See what's going on in the Python world, meet your fellow Pythonistas, share your knowledge and experience, make contacts, brainstorm projects, discuss prospects.
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Venue

NIMHANS Convention Center
NIMHANS Hospital Premises,
Hosur Road, Bangalore- 560029
Landmark: Near Dairy Circle
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Blog

Published / 24 Aug 2014

PyCon India 2014 is happening in a month. As you already know, it is that one time of the year where all the Python enthusiasts come together to share ideas, make relationships, and collectively take the community up to the next level. A lot, and we can't stress this enough, really a lot of stories, hacks, ideas and special moments happen at the conference.

Published / 16 Aug 2014

Last year, we celebrated the month before PyCon India as Python Month. It was a huge success with over a 100 institutions organizing Python workshops across different parts of the country.

Published / 12 Aug 2014

With just one more month to go for PyCon India 2014, we have shifted gears and switched to hyperdrive. The first-cut of the conference schedule is up! After the long list of proposals being submitted, the community voting and the review process plus confirmation, finally we have everything sorted out and ready to go.

Published / 09 Aug 2014

One of the main pain points for outstation participants to attend any event is getting good and affordable accommodation. This year, we have given this matter due consideration. Apart from getting on the road and figuring out hotels nearby the venue and putting them up on the website, we have some more good news to share.

Published / 02 Aug 2014

Being a community run event, sponsors are the ones who make PyCon India a reality. The support shown by many organizations over the past years and even this year is heart warming, and much appreciated by the entire Python community, in India and abroad. Apart from letting the world know your generosity by supporting the conference, by sponsoring, the benefits go a long way than just the love of the community.

Published / 16 Jul 2014

The first ever Kenneth Gonsalves award was presented to Baiju Muthukadan last year. Read about last year's award ceremony here.

Published / 01 Jul 2014

"Good things come to those who wait"

Published / 17 Jun 2014

Few days back we announced two keynote speakers Kushal Das and Michael Foord. Today we are happy to announce one more Keynote speaker Jessica McKellar.

Published / 13 Jun 2014

We are proud to announce our keynote speakers for PyCon India 2014!

Published / 12 Jun 2014

It is that time of the year once again when the entire Python community comes together to make sure PyCon India gets better and better. We have already announced the number of proposals and various demographics related to it.

Published / 11 Jun 2014

PyCon India is a community organized conference intended for advocating the use and adoption of the Python programming language in India. It is also a platform for fostering networking and collaboration among the Python developer community in India.

Published / 08 Jun 2014

This year, with a whooping 143 proposals, the review process will be all the more interesting. Once again a big shout out to all the Python enthusiasts out there who took the time to propose, vote and hold discussions on the Funnel.

Published / 01 Jun 2014

May 30 was the last day for call for proposals. We received 143 proposals! Last year we received 98 proposals. Following are few demographics of proposals

Published / 30 May 2014

Today is the last day for [call for proposal][1]. There are already a large number of proposals received, we would like to attract a few more fantastic session ideas. You can propose a [talk][1] in any one of the following topics Core Python, Embedded Python, Infrastructure, Web Development etc.

Published / 29 May 2014

Q. Is it possible to cancel my tickets?
A. Yes. All you need to do is send an email to tickets@in.pycon.org with the Order No. you received and the name of the attendee. But do you really want to cancel your tickets? PyCon India happens once a year and we are eager to meet you and share ideas and collaborate.

Published / 13 May 2014

PyCon India 2014 is excited to announce that it’s registrations are now open! At the moment, there are two types of tickets available, Early Bird and Student.

Published / 13 May 2014

Good News! Our event registration [is now open][1]! About 4 months left for the event. This is the time we start preparing for the event and we can't do that without volunteers.