EuroPython 2009 starts next week, on Tuesday 30th June in Birmingham, and is preceded by two days of Python tutorials.
If you have not already booked your place there is still time to get in if you register although hotel rooms are disappearing fast.
With over 400 delegates registered already and more than 100 talks and other events this is the biggest European Python event ever and is not to be missed by anyone interested in Python.
There are keynotes by Professor Sir Tony Hoare, Cory Doctorow and Bruce Eckel, and a talk on Bletchley Park from Dr Sue Black, not to mention prizes including an Xbox and a Dell Studio laptop.
The social side has not been forgotten, with a Conference Dinner on Wednesday 1st and other evening socials, and...
a Partners' Programme so you can bring your nearest and dearest and be sure that s(he) will be happy while you are immersed in things Pythonic.
Win Brownie points for a change: bring your partner!
Early Bird registration is over, although there is a concessionary rate for students, pensioners and the unwaged.
Don't miss out, book your place.