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Tutorial Registration Is Open, Sign Up Today!

Registration for our tutorials is open and ready for signups! If you're ready to sign up, head to https://us.pycon.org/2014/registration/ and get started.

The tutorials take place April 9 and 10, the two days preceding the conference, with four opportunities to learn from some of the Python community's best teachers. Each day has two sessions; a morning and an afternoon offering, split by lunch, with each of the sessions having a short snack break. The cost is $150 per session, which is a steal when you look at who is teaching these classes.


This year we have a good mix of full time trainers, experienced presenters, and a couple of first time tutorial givers. The amount of experience we have on stage teaching these classes all in one space is hard to top. All together, it makes for a wide selection of topics that we hope the community finds beneficial.

If you're interested in learning about popular web frameworks, we have tutorials on Django, Pyramid, web2py, and Flask. If data analysis is your thing, there are courses on scikit-learn, pandas, NumPy, IPython, and more. There are a lot of other topics and choices -- take a look and see for yourself! https://us.pycon.org/2014/schedule/tutorials/

If you've already registered for conference tickets, you can go back into your registration and append tutorials!

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