Kiwi PyCon 2010, a conference dedicated to the Python programming language.

Kiwi PyCon 2010, a conference dedicated to the Python programming language.

An exciting and interesting weekend showing how Python is used in science, education, and high-profile companies in New Zealand and around the world.

Learn first-hand how Weta Digital uses Python in their datacentre, or how it can leverage cloud computing like Amazon web services and Google App Engine. This weekend is also an excellent networking opportunity – meet people who have actually delivered, from industry to education to government sectors to Hollywood.

Keynote speakers
Jacob Kaplan-Moss (Kansas, USA), inventor of the
web development framework “Django”,
Anthony Baxter (Melbourne, AUS), long-time Python release manager.

All other talks and discussions will be held in two parallel “tracks”, allowing you to customize your own day schedule to suit your interests.

This year’s conference is sponsored by an impressive lineup with
Catalyst IT and Microsoft as Gold Sponsors; Atlassian, Enthought, the
Plone Foundation, the Python Software Foundation, and Tait Radio
Communications as Silver Sponsors; and Schwag Sponsors Amazon Web
Services, Wingware, Mozilla, ActiveState, Apress, Packt Publishing,
O’Reilly, ThinkGeek, ANZTB, and Bitbucket.

Copthorne Hotel in Waitangi, Bay of Islands Sat

20-Sun 21 November, 2010

The registration fee (100$ regular, 60$ student/unwaged) includes
morning+afternoon tea as well as lunch on both days, the Kiwi PyCon
2010 t-shirt, and we also have tons of giveaways this year, ranging
from books, laptop bags and geek gadgets to software licenses for
Python IDE’s and Amazon server credits.

For more information please visit
Danny W. Adair, President
New Zealand Python User Group Incorporated
Talk: +64 – 9 – 9555 101
Posted by Kevin Andreassend, President Auckland ICT,

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