The PyGotham II web site is finally open for early bird registration:
I am happy to announce that this year it will be held on June 8th and
9th on two Hornblower vessels docked at Pier 40 in Manhattan. The ships
will remain docked for the entire conference. We will have plenary space
and plenty of breakout rooms. We still have room for three more sponsors
and one keynote speaker. If you have suggestions, let me know! Sponsor
slots are filling quickly. This year is off to an excellent start.
For those who did not make last year's conference, this is an eclectic
Py-centric conference, inviting speakers from the periphery of Python
development to the core. Talks vary from social, financial, education
related, front end development, theory, hardware hacking, and the list
goes on. Everyone really enjoyed themselves last year, and this year
should be even better.
Companies wanting to code sprint from 6PM to midnight: Please contact
me. Anyone wanting to host a party that Saturday night, please contact me.
The early bird cost, including breakfast/lunch for both days is $150
individual, $250 corporate (Not including WePay fee). If you wish to buy
a block of tickets for your company, the easiest way is to contact me,
and I will send you registration codes.
We still have some tweaky things to fix on the web site, and talk
submission will open in the next week. We're almost done.
I have about half of the tickets reserved for early bird registration.
They will remain at that price until about three weeks from now, or
until they sell out, whichever comes first.
This years web site design is much better than last years, thanks to Wes
Chow of S7 Labs, who simply rocks.
I hope to see you all at PyGotham! Feel free to send me any