PyCon UK is back at Cardiff City Hall, for five days of talks, workshops and collaboration. The conference also features a young coders' day, themes dedicated to science and education, and numerous Python-related events.
Tickets on sale now!
Tickets for PyCon UK 2019 are on sale now. Last year they sold out well in advance of the event. Buy yours as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Call for proposals now open
We're ready for your proposals for PyCon UK 2019. Submit your proposal on any Python related topic until 17:00 (Europe/London) on Friday, 7th June 2019.
We'll have a jobs fair, where you can meet our sponsors to find out about the positions they're offering, and poster sessions.
Code sprints for a large number of popular Python open-source projects will run on Tuesday.
Workshops and tutorials (including a Django Girls workshop) will run on all five days of the event.
Talks will take place in multiple parallel sessions, on every imaginable Python-related topic, from Friday to Monday.