In case you missed it, PyCon 2020 tickets went up for sale this week. This year, PyCon is in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from April 15-23:
The conference is structured as follows:
- Tutorials, April 15-16: “The first 2 days of the conference offer a schedule packed with 3-hour tutorials to help both beginners and experienced developers learn new technologies and increase their skills.”
- Conference, April 17-19: “The 3 main conference days offer almost 100 talks, an Expo Hall where you can visit our sponsors, and events including an academic poster session, a Job Fair, and an annual benefit auction.”
- Sprints, April 20-23: “The final 4 days are our developer sprints, where developers both veteran and novice enjoy several days of rare in-person collaboration on their favorite open source projects.”
And don’t forget, there will be a Python 2 retirement party. Stay tuned.
I hope some of y’all can make it out this year, I’m going to try and go if I can make it work!