Coex Grand Ballroom, Seoul
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Sprints are intensive development session on an open source project of your choice, in a team environment. It's a time to come together with colleagues, old and new, to share what you've learned and apply it to an open source project. Is this your first time joining in Sprints? No problem! It will be the time that you learn directly from the open source contributors. Sprint sessions are not just limited to the projects using Python, all languages are welcome!
Tutorials are educational programs for beginners, or challengers for new era. Tutorial mentors and tutors will guide you to easy way of learning. We recommend tutorials for beginner programmers or Python strangers.
There are over 50 different presentation sessions that share knowledge and use of Python use cases. In addition, various events such as sponsored company booth, young coder, lightning talk, open space are available. You can participate in the event and interact with various participants.
PyCon Korea Organizing Team was first organized in 2014 and we’re preparing our 6th PyCon in Korea. PyCon Korea Organizing Team is an open community of Pythonistas recruiting new members every year.
PyCon is a non-commercial conference held by Python Programming Communities over the world. PyCon Korea has been successfully hold in several years with a group of volunteers called ‘PyCon Korea Preparation Organizers’, who support the local Korean Python community.
The slogan of PyCon Korea 2019 is "Connect the Pythonistas".
PyCon can be a place where Python users meet, or a place that connects with other languages or communities. In PyCon, you can meet someone who is researching deeply on one thing, another Pythonista from a different field, or a friend of yours.
With PyCon, we want all the Pythonistas who are in different fields and heading to different directions to get together and become an awesome constellation. See you again at PyCon Korea 2019.
PyCon Korea is a non-profitable, developer-oriented event organized by community members, and has different characteristics from conferences organized companies or organizations. All attendees, including speakers, tutorial hosts, voluntary workers, and organizers, participate in PyCon Korea without any profitable purpose, and only to broaden the usage of Python, an open source programming language, and activate its community.