Wohl Center, Ramat Gan

May 4-5

Tickets will be on sale starting from Feb. 3rd 9:00AM here

Call for papers is open here

  1. Close date for the CFP: Mar. 1
  2. Publishing initial agenda: Apr. 1
  3. Publishing final agenda: Apr. 6

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.

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