PyGrunn 2011 is over and judging by the smiling faces and positive feedback we can conclude that it was a big success! The talks were inspiring and there was a lot of positive buzz in the hallways in between talk. It is good to know there are so many like-minded Python & friends enthusiast around Groningen. We definitely enjoyed ourselves and we hope you did too.
Keep coming back here for updates and news. For instance about PyGrunn 2012, which will be held on the 11th of May 2012.
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Here's the groupshot of a large part of the audience!
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Only three days to go untill PyGrunn 2011! The interest is really heating up, talks are being prepared, stages are being set up, T-shirts are shipped and lunch is ordered. It promises to be a wonderful day! Be sure to keep spreading the word to every software enthusiast you know so we can fill up the last seats and have a full house coming friday!
Posted by Berco Beute at 3:01 AM
Monday, May 9, 2011
One of the last talks we added before the schedule is completely filled up. And it's another interesting one! It's about time you buy your tickets since we're selling out fast.
Posted by Berco Beute at 8:18 AM
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Alexander Solovyov is both a valued Paylogic coworker and an important contributer to Mercurial (HG). During this talk he will tell us all about HG and complex development processes (both with and within HG). Brace for impact!
Posted by Berco Beute at 12:53 PM
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Tom de Vries and Gideon de Kok from Codigy (.nl) will give an interesting talk on 'Architectural choices in software development for mobile devices.' This is not directly Python related, but as the slogan states, this conference is about Python's friends as well. And mobile software development will be one of Python's new friends for sure! Tom and Gideon will show us why this is an exciting development.
Posted by Berco Beute at 5:46 AM