Python Conference

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The closing panel of the 2010 PyCon Asia Pacific held at the Singapore Management University

The Python Conference (PyCon) is an annual convention for the discussion and promotion of the Python programming language.[1] It originated in the United States but is also held in many other countries that have active Python developer communities.[2][3]

History[edit]

Reference[4][5]

  • 2003 – Washington, D.C. - 200 attendees
  • 2004 – Washington, D.C. - 300 attendees
  • 2005 – Washington, D.C. - 400 attendees
  • 2006 – Dallas, TX - 400 attendees
  • 2007 – Dallas, TX - 500 attendees
  • 2008 – Chicago, IL - 1000 attendees
  • 2009 – Chicago, IL - 900 attendees
  • 2010 – Atlanta, GA - 1000 attendees[6]
  • 2011 – Atlanta, GA - 1400 attendees
  • 2012 – Santa Clara, CA - 2300 attendees
  • 2013 – Santa Clara, CA - 2500 attendees
  • 2014 – Montreal, Canada - 2500 attendees

Locations[edit]

Morgan Heijdemann giving an introduction to using OpenCV with Python at the 2010 PyCon Asia Pacific held at the Singapore Management University
  • United States of America - Started in 2003 in Washington, D.C
  • Europe (EuroPython) - Started in 2002 in Charleroi, Belgium
  • New Zealand (Kiwi PyCon)
  • Singapore (PyCon Asia Pacific)
  • Argentina (Pycon AR)
  • Australia (Pycon AU) - Started in 2010 in Sydney, Australia
  • Bangladesh (PyCon Dhaka)
  • Brazil (PythonBrasil)
  • Canada (PyCon Canada)
  • China (Pycon China)
  • Germany (PyCon DE)
  • Finland (PyCon Finland)
  • France (PyCon FR)
  • India (PyCon India)
  • Ireland (PyCon Ireland)
  • Italy (PyCon Italia)
  • Japan (PyCon Japan)
  • Russia (PyCon Russia)
  • Philippines (PyCon Philippines)
  • Poland (PyCon PL)
  • South Africa (PyCon ZA)
  • South Korea (PyCon KR)
  • Taiwan (PyCon Taiwan)
  • United Kingdom (PyCon UK)
  • Ukraine (PyCon Ukraine)
  • Venezuela (PyConVe)

SciPy Conferences[edit]

Some conferences are dedicated to scientists and promote in particular the SciPy library.

  • United States (SciPy)
  • Europe SciPy convention (EuroSciPy)
  • India (SciPy.in)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Why PyCon 2010's Conference Wi-Fi Didn't Melt Down". Slashdot. Retrieved 2014-05-29. 
  2. ^ "PyCon 2010: "Scrape the Web," and a poster session :: Asheeshworld". Asheesh.org. 2009-12-22. Retrieved 2014-05-29. 
  3. ^ tummy.com, ltd. (2010-02-24). "PyCon 2010 Wireless Network – tummy.com, ltd". Tummy.com. Retrieved 2014-05-29. 
  4. ^ "Connecting the Python Community". PyCon. Retrieved 2014-05-29. 
  5. ^ "PyCon/Attendance - Python Wiki". Wiki.python.org. 2009-07-29. Retrieved 2014-05-29. 
  6. ^ "ActiveState's Favorite Picks for PyCon 2010 in Atlanta - A Python Conference". Activestate.com. 2010-01-26. Retrieved 2014-05-29. 

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