We are happy to announce the schedule for EuroPython 2016 in Bilbao. The program WG has been working hard trying to fit all the sessions in the last few weeks.
With over 180 sessions, over 150 speakers, one day for workshops, 5 days of talks, training, keynotes, lightning talks and open spaces, followed by 2 days of sprints, EuroPython will be one of the most exciting and vibrant Python events this year:
Early in June we will have a short second Call for Proposals, limited to hot topics and most recent developments in software and technology. We will announce details soon.
Many thanks to everyone who submitted proposals. EuroPython wouldn’t be possible without our speakers.
If you want to join the fun, be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible, since ticket sales usually start picking up quite a bit after we announce the schedule.