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PyCon 2015 Tutorial Schedule Announced

Tutorials Schedule

After a busy few months of competitive reviews, the tutorials team within our program committee has completed their process and have come up with an awesome schedule… ta da! https://us.pycon.org/2015/schedule/tutorials/
Led by Stuart Williams and Ruben Orduz, a fantastic team came together to shape this schedule, including Carol Willing, Ian Cordasco, Harry Percival, Allen Downey, Richard Jones, and Kenneth Love. Thanks to everyone for their efforts, both in reviewing and in submitting!

Register for Tutorials

On April 8 & 9, the two days preceding the conference talk dates, attendees have an opportunity to attend up to four different tutorials. Each day offers both a morning and afternoon session, each providing three hours of learning split by a snack break, with lunch in between the sessions. Our instructors come from a variety of backgrounds, including full time educators or trainers, authors, domain experts, and in a lot of cases, they've created the project they're teaching a session on.
Each tutorial costs $150 USD, which is a steal for what our instructors provide with these hands-on courses and the materials you'll get out of them. You can register for the conference and add tutorials to your existing registration profile at any time.

Accepted Talks

Over on the conference talks end of the program committee, they've recently chosen the list of talks that will make up the schedule! Work is underway to fit each of those talks into schedule format, but for now, the list of accepted proposal is available here.

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