After the final review round, we are now happy to announce the complete list of more than 200 accepted sessions.
Here’s what we have on offer:
for a total of 203 sessions, arranged in 5 tracks from Monday, July 10, thru Friday, July 14, in addition to the Beginners’ Day and Django Girls workshops on Sunday, July 9, and the Sprints on the weekend July 15-16.
Additional help desk slots available
We have 5 additional help desk slots available. If you are interested in arranging one, please see our Call for Proposals for details and contact firstname.lastname@example.org to submit your proposal. Organizers of help desks are eligible for a 25% ticket discount.
Schedule to be announced next week
Our program work group is now working hard on scheduling all these sessions. We expect to announce the final schedule by the end of next week.
We will use the same conference schedule layout as in previous years:
- Sunday, July 9: Beginners’ Day and Django Girls workshops; registration desk opens
- Monday - Friday, July 10-14: Conference talks, trainings, keynotes, help desks, interactive sessions, etc.
- Saturday - Sunday, July 15-16: Sprints
A typical conference day will open the venue at 08:30, have the first session around 09:00 and end at 18:30. Lunch breaks are scheduled for around 13:15. Please note that we don’t serve breakfast.
Aside: If you haven’t done yet, please get your EuroPython 2017 ticket soon. We will switch to on-desk rates in June, which will cost around 30% more than the regular rates.