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Tutorials Due Friday, Ticket Sales Moving Quickly

Tutorial Deadline Approaching!

We’re only a few days away from the deadline for PyCon tutorials—November 24—so be sure to get your submissions in by the end of the day Friday! We’re looking for all sorts of tutorials to help our community learn and level up, so be sure to check out our Call for Proposals for more details and enter your proposal in your dashboard soon!

Talk, Poster, and Education Summit proposals are due January 3. See https://us.pycon.org/2018/speaking for all of your proposal needs.

Registration

We opened our registration a few weeks ago and are 40% of the way through our Early Bird pricing, which gives discounted rates to the first 800 tickets sold. For corporate tickets, you’ll save over 20% by buying early, and individuals save over 12%. The regular $125 student tickets are dropped to $100 during early sales. Click here for more details and to register!

If our Financial Aid program can help you attend PyCon, we encourage your application. We’ll be accepting applications through February 15, 2018, with more details available at https://us.pycon.org/2018/financial-assistance.

Sponsorship

We’re looking for sponsors to join us for PyCon 2018! Check out our prospectus for the details and contact pycon-sponsors@python.org!

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