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Registration for PyCon US 2020 is open!

We are excited to announce the opening of PyCon US 2020 registration.  The registration site has been updated, tweaked, and tested all in the effort to provide you a seamless experience.

The new system will allow you to access, view, and add to your current registration. You can book and view hotel reservations and request changes if needed right through your dashboard.
Where do I go to register?Head over to us.pycon.org and create an account.  Once you are logged in access the registration page via your dashboard.
Registration costsThe early bird pricing is $550 for corporate, $350 for individuals, and $100 for students. Once we sell the first 800 tickets, regular prices will go into effect. Regular pricing will be $700 for corporate, $400 for individuals, and $125 for students.

PyCon will take place April 14-23, 2020 in Pittsburgh, PA. The conference starts with 2 days of Tutorials, Education Summit and Sponsor Workshops. Followed by 3 days of keynotes, talks, lightning talks, hatche…

Attention! Attention! Tutorial Proposal Deadline Approaching

Tutorial Proposal Deadline is this Friday, November 22, 2019 If you have been considering submitting a proposal, don’t hesitate, don’t wait, now is the time to submit your proposal!

How to Get Started?
First, sign up for an accountOnce you are logged in proceed to your account dashboard and create a speaker profile.At this point, you can submit tutorials, fill in the fields as follows:Title
Give your tutorial a name that accurately describes the tutorial’s focus to potential students.
Description
A high-level description of the tutorial, limited to ~400 characters. The description is used to describe your tutorial online should it be selected. So we ask that you make it brief.
Audience
At what level of Python and other topic-specific experience or expertise is the tutorial aiming for?

‘Advanced’, ‘Intermediate’, and ‘Beginner’ mean something different to everyone. Feel free to include additional detail regarding the sort of background expected, as well as who may benefit. Reviewers need t…

CFP Deadline for PyCon 2020 Coming Up!

Call for Proposal deadlines are fast approaching.  PyCon US is looking for speakers of all experience levels and backgrounds to contribute to our conference program. We want you and your ideas at PyCon US!

Be sure to create your account on us.pycon.org/2020 in order to access all the submission forms.

More information about speaking at PyCon can be found here.
Tutorials Tutorial proposals are due November 22, 2019.

We're looking for tutorials that can grow this community at any level. Tutorials that will advance Python, advance this community, and shape the future are preferred. More details about tutorial proposals and submission can be found here.
TalksTalks, Charlas, Poster, and Education Summit proposals are due December 20, 2019.

Education Summit will be held Thursday April 16. Talks and Charlas are the part of the main conference schedule for Friday, April 17 through Sunday, April 19.  Poster session will be held on Sunday, April 19 along with the Job Fair. For details on e…