Understanding Devsprints

What is a Devsprint?

Devsprints are two days of intensive learning and development on an open source project of your choice, in a team environment. It's a time to come together with friends, old and new, to share what you've learned and apply it to an open source project.


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Workshop Tickets are Open

The workshop tickets are open, the list of workshops are provided below. Each workshop is 2.5 hours duration. There are a total of 6 parallel tracks, with two workshops in each track, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. You can attend a maximum of two workshops, morning and afternoon.

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Attending Multiple Workshops

The ticketing platform is designed to allow booking of only one morning ticket and one afternoon ticket. But if you are booking tickets in two separate purchases, ensure that you are not booking two workshops in the same session i.e. two morning or two afternoon.

Attending Workshops and Devsprints

It might be possible to attend one workshop and the devsprints. If you book two workshops, you will be able to attend the devsprints only on the second day.


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PyLadies @ PyCon India - Aroma Rodrigues

PyLadies @ PyCon India blog series consists of articles that share the experiences of women who have been a part of previous PyCon India conferences. In this blog post, we talk to Aroma Rodrigues, who did a talk at PyCon India 2018.


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Making PyCon India Women Friendly

The vision of PyCon India 2019 is to create an inclusive environment that promotes knowledge sharing and diversity in thoughts and ideas. To quote

We would like to ensure that the conference approaches everyone with respect, and that we resolve differences peacefully. In particular, we will proactively extend our invite to women, provide support for students, and ensure that people with disabilities feel welcome at the conference.

Along those lines, we would like to offer the following facilities for women to welcome their participation:


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Making PyCon India Accessible: The First Step

As stated in the vision of PyCon India 2019 team, we would like the conference to be as inclusive as possible. Here are a few things we can assure our physically challenged / neuro-divergent attendees, to ensure they have a comfortable and safe environment to connect with the Python community.


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Volunteering for PyCon India 2019

PyCon India is a community run event. What that means is, there is no one person or organization behind the event. People who love the language come together and help in ways they can, to run the event. And here is the opportunity for you to be a part of the community.

But before you register to volunteer, there are few things you should be aware of -


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PyCon India 2019 Vision

The vision of PyCon India 2019 team is to create a responsible and inclusive framework, that brings together Pythonistas from diverse backgrounds and provides them multiple avenues to interact effectively, so that the beauty and the magic of the community can happen.


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Clarifications on Dev Sprints

We have been receiving few queries about Dev Sprints, so this blog clarifies most of such queries and doubts, please read the other blog we posted for Dev sprints before this, if you haven't yet.


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Devsprints Tickets are Open

PyCon India 2018 Devsprints will happen on 8th and 9th October at Talent Sprint, PSR Prime Tower, Beside DLF Cyber City, Gachibowli, Hyderabad. We are excited to announce that tickets for Devsprints are open now!


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Understanding Dev Sprints #2018

Have you always wanted to get started with contributing to Open Source Software (OSS) but simply don’t know where to start? Are you an experienced OSS contributor looking for projects that could use your help? Are you the maintainer/contributor of an OSS project and need help with fixing bugs and/or managing the project? Or did you try contributing to an Open-Source project but got lost somewhere in the middle due to lack of guidance or motivation? If you answered “Yes!” to any of the above, then Dev Sprints are here for you!


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Announcing OYO Rooms as Accomodation Partner

OYO Rooms

Hi Everyone, it is our pleasure to announce that we have partnered with OYO Rooms as the Accomodation Partner of PyCon India 2018.

People attending PyCon India 2018 can book rooms by contacting our Contact Person and avail discounted prices for Hotels booked via Oyo Rooms.


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PyCon India Tickets 2018

PyCon India 2018, the tenth edition of the premier conference in India on using and developing the Python programming language is conducted annually by the Python developer community has started ticket sales for the mega event that is scheduled from 5th - 9th October 2018.


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How to Write a Good Proposal

The call for proposals for PyCon India 2018 has been up and running for a few days now. We already have quite a few exciting proposals, and it is only going to get better. The programme of a conference is undoubtedly the greatest part of the conference. It is in the talks and workshops that the participants can learn the most and speakers can make the most impact.


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Sponsorships are open now!

While the preparations are under full swing to celebrate the 10th year anniversary edition of PyCon India and make the event a grand success, here's a chance for you and your organisation to make it even better!


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Announcing PyCon India 2018!

This blog post is old. There has been a change in PyCon India 2018 Location. The Announcement can be found in this blog post.

A decade of unity in diversity presents - the 10th year anniversary edition of PyCon India!


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