DjangoCon videos and pictures

July 13, 2012 – Jonas Obrist

The DjangoCon videos have been online for a while now, but unfortunately without a download option. So for those that would like to download the videos, we've created a torrent with the full (raw) video material. You can find the torrent information in this gist.

We also created a ...

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Django Unchained

May 22, 2012 – Jonas Obrist

As you have hopefully already noticed, our website works very nicely on mobile devices. 

However since many of you will be visiting Switzerland from abroad, you might not have an (affordable) data connection on those devices when you're at the conference.

That's why I'm very happy to ...

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Announcing our final keynote speaker: Karen Tracey

May 20, 2012 – Jonas Obrist

I'm thrilled to announce that our final keynote speaker for DjangoCon Europe 2012 will be Karen Tracey.

Karen has been using Django since 2006 and is a core developer of Django now. She loves crosswords and constructs her own for several newspapers, including the New York Times, and it ...

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Announcing our second keynote speaker: Jessica McKellar

May 12, 2012 – Jonas Obrist

I am really excited to announce our second keynote speaker for DjangoCon Europe 2012 - Jessica McKellar.

Jessica is a kernel engineer from Cambridge, Massachusetts. She's a maintainer of several open source Python projects, most notably Twisted and OpenHatch. She's also working on a new edition of Twisted Networking ...

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May 12, 2012 – Jonas Obrist

DjangoCon's all about networking, and I don't mean TCP packages and frame relays. I mean connecting with people. To make this easier, the guys at hyperweek have built a site for us:

Our hyperweek site will be an excellent place for you to connect with ...

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New pages available

May 10, 2012 – Stefanie Weilenmann

We added the Zurich page to give you some more details about how to get in, how to get to our locations and how you get around in Zurich.

We will soon add even more information about where to go in Zurich to get food and drinks and other useful ...

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Schedule announced

April 18, 2012 – Jonas Obrist

I'm delighted to announce the talk schedule for DjangoCon Europe 2012. 

We have an exciting line-up of speakers and topics, on everything from helping provide data to relief agencies after a disaster to securing your Django sites, and I cannot wait for the conference to start.

We received many ...

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Announcing our first keynote speaker: Jacob Kaplan-Moss

April 04, 2012 – Jonas Obrist

I am very excited to announce our first keynote speaker for DjangoCon Europe 2012 - Jacob Kaplan-Moss.

Back in 2005, Jacob joined Lawrence Journal-World, a Kansas newspaper company, and began working with Adrian Holovaty and Simon Willison on what was known as "the CMS" - a Python alternative to the newspapers' PHP ...

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Early Bird extended and room sharing page

March 31, 2012 – Jonas Obrist

We decided to extend the Early Bird deadline for another month. This means you can get your tickets for the Early Bird price until Monday April 30th.

Keep in mind that you only have two more weeks to submit talk proposals, as the deadline for those is April 15th.

To ...

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March 01, 2012 – Stefanie Weilenmann

We are excited to finally launch the full website for this years DjangoCon Europe. Early bird registration as well as our call for papers is now open and we posted more details on our sponsoring packages.

The early bird registration will run until the 31st of March, so sign up ...

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