We are excited to announce the launch of the EuroPython 2018 website:
The EuroPython conference will take place in sunny Edinburgh, Scotland, this year, from July 23-29 2018.
It’s a great time of year to visit Edinburgh with 16 hours of daylight, and the festival season in full flow, so come and join us. This is just one week before the famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Turing Festival, so you can extend your stay a little longer in Edinburgh, or head for the Highlands to enjoy the amazing mountains and lochs.
EuroPython 2018 - The European Python Conference
Here’s an overview of what you can expect in Edinburgh:
- We will start with Workshops and Training Sessions on Monday and Tuesday.
- The main 3 conference days follow, packed with keynotes, talks, exhibition, help desks, interactive sessions, panels and poster sessions.
- The two weekend days after the conference, July 28 and 29, are reserved for sprints (hackathons).
Overall, we will again have 7 days worth of great Python content, arranged in over 120 sessions, waiting for you.
The venue is the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, in central Edinburgh, just on the edge of the historic Old Town.
- Monday, Tuesday, July 23-24: Workshops and Training
- Wednesday - Friday, July 25-27: Conference talks, keynotes, training
- Saturday, Sunday, July 28-29: Sprints
All this would not be possible without the generous help of our launch sponsors. If your company would be interested in sponsoring the 17th EuroPython please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsoring EuroPython guarantees you highly targeted visibility and the opportunity to present yourself and your company in a professional and innovative environment. You’ll have an unique opportunity to meet many Python-enthusiastic developers, users and professionals. As a sponsor of EuroPython 2018, you will directly help to promote the work of a great open-source community and help further its development.
EuroPython 2018 is the 17th EuroPython conference. The conference tours throughout Europe. It so far has had stops in Belgium, Sweden, Lithuania, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Basque Country/Spain, growing from initially 240 attendees to well over 1200.
In the coming days, we will announce the start of the Call for Proposals and Early Bird Ticket sales. Please watch our EuroPython blog for updates.