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Final Details


At the end of this week, PyDays Vienna, the Austrian Python conference, is taking place. Hosted by Linuxwochen Wien, we are happy to welcome you to two days densely packed with Python talks and workshops! When: Friday, 4 May 2018 (incl. Lightning Talks) Saturday, 5 May 2018 (incl. PyPie, Social Event) Opening: Doors wi... continue reading

SciPy Workshop for Women – CfP Closed


CfP is closed - thanks for your contribution! Thank you very much for the great number of submissions (54 in total) we have received from you! It is your valuable contribution that turn PyDays Vienna and Linuxwochen Wien into a great place for Pythonistas on everybody interested in Python. The Call for Participation is now officially closed an... continue reading

Scientific Python Workshop for Women


Over the past years Pythons’s Scientific Stack has evolved as a competitive alternative to e.g. R or proprietory solutions like MATLAB. Being free and open source, the Scientific Stack is backed by a huge supportive community. Covering a wide area of applications, ranging from Scientific Computing to Data Analysis, Machine Learning and Visualiz... continue reading

PyDays Press Kit


Would you like to help spreading the word of PyDays Vienna? This would mean a great deal to us! To make things easy for you, we have prepared the following ressources: Poster Many thanks go out to our graphic artist Michael Lackner who designed this brilliant poster for us. You can simply download, print and share it. The pd... continue reading

Impressions from 2017


In Vienna everything happens 50 years later, … but just 26 years, 2 months and 16 days after the release of Python PyDays Vienna took place. Following PyCons in the US, Slovakia, India, and more Austria finally witnessed it’s first ever Python conference. More than 150 people attended the 22 talks and workshops with speakers from France, Ge... continue reading

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