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PYCON FINLAND 2011 Mon - Tue October 17th to 18th @ ICT Building, Turku!

Python Finland association welcomes you to the second annual PyCon Finland conference! The coolest Finnish PyCon is to be held at ICT Building, Turku on October 17th and 18th!

At PyCon Finland you’ll find out what’s going on in the Python world right now. The conference spans two days: first day is for talks and the second day for tutorials and sprints. There will be great speakers from Finland as well as from abroad, and you’ll have an excellent chance to get to know the Finnish Python scene! Conference is both for people new to Python as well as for people with superior Python skills!

Go to http://fi.pycon.org and enroll now!

PROGRAM

  • Monday October 17th
    Two tracks of of talks, lightning talks and keynote by Mike Bradshaw (see details on web page)
  • Tuesday October 18th
    Sprints & Tutorials on various topics and the bi-annual meeting of Python Finland organization

The detailed program is available on our website at http://fi.pycon.org/2011/#schedule

PRICING AND ENROLLMENT

All tickets cover all the sessions on both days and coffee on both days.

  • 100 EUR – For corporate attendees, whos attendance fee is paid by their employer. Includes the conference dinner, lunch on monday and coffees on both days.
  • 50 EUR – For regular attendee. Does not include dinner.
  • 10 EUR – For students. Does not include dinner or lunch.

Enrollment closes two weeks prior to the conference (3rd of September). All prices are VAT exempt

CANCELLATION POLICY

25 EUR cancellation fee until September 15th.
No return after September 15th.

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