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Talks Schedule is available here
The workshops day gives conference attendee and members of the local Python community a chance to expand their knowledge through coding and experimenting with a new topic firsthand. It will take place at Microsoft Reactor.
Schedule for the workshops is available here
PyCon Israel is an annual multi-day event focused on the Python programming language, with approximately 700 participants from various disciplines. While the common denominator is the Python programming language, the topics to be presented relate to many fields, including: DevOps, cloud computing, scientific computing, data science, web programming, cyber security, community engagement and more. In recent years, Python has become a very popular multi-purpose programming language used by many well known international companies.
Python itself, and most of its ecosystem, have always been Open Source software. PyCon Israel is organized under the auspices of Hamakor, the Israeli Open Source and Free Software Association.
The conference is appropriate for all people interested in Python and its uses. There will be talks for beginners as well as for more advanced users. A large benefit of attending is meeting the other attendees, speaking to them in a relaxed social environment and networking.
For more information see here.
This FAQ covers accessibility information for the PyCon. The PyCon
committee recognizes that accessibility is a continuous process, both
systemic and individual.
If you have specific questions or accessibility needs not covered here, please email@example.com .
Q: Will the conference venues be accessible for people with mobility impairments (e.g. wheelchair-accessible)?
A: Yes. The Wohl Center has elevators. See the maps
Q: I plan to attend the conference with an attendant. Do attendants need to register separately? Will food and other resources be provided for attendants as well?
A: Please register your attendant by contacting us. All resources will be available to the attendant.
Q: What about interpreters?
A: We do not plan to have interpreters at the conference.
Q: What about Hearing Induction Loop?
A: The main conference (June 3-4) will have Hearing Induction Loop in the main hall.
Q: Where do I mention accessibility requests?
A: We will be glad to help! You can email us your requests.
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