My Kind of People: Summer Python Gatherings

You used to have to identify fellow “technical” folks by the velcro on their shoes (hey, velcro is very efficient), but today there are a myriad of ways to spot and mingle with like-minded people. So if you agree that an evening sharing tales of code vectorization is an evening well spent, there are a few special gatherings you may be interested to attend this year. I’ve listed the meetings that I’m going to (or helping with) and some important dates:


EuroSciPy 2008

EuroSciPy 2008: Scientific Computing with Python, European Style

This is the first annual Europe-hosted SciPy Conference. It will match the stye and content of the popular US version (see below) which has been around for 7 years now. It will be in Leipzig, Germany. Travis Oliphant is delivering the keynote talk.

  • June 20: Early-bird registration deadline
  • July 26-27: Conference

SciPy 2008

SciPy 2008: Scientific Computing with Python

This will be the 7th annual gathering. Proceedings will be published for the first time this year. Alex Martelli is delivering the keynote talk.

  • June 27: Abstracts Due
  • July 11: Early-bird registration deadline
  • August 19-20: Tutorials
  • August 21-22: Conference
  • August 23-24: Sprints

PyCamp

Texas Python Unconference (link to last year’s site)


An informal, self-organizing gathering. It will be hosted in Austin this year.

  • October 4-5 (tentative)

Feel free to list any other meetings in the comments.

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