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NOTE: Due to Covid-19 moved to Friday 12th of November 2021 at Forum Groningen
We are proud to announce the 10th-anniversary edition of the wonderful PyGrunn (http://www.pygrunn.org/) conference! It is great to see the conference growing while still maintaining that friendly vibe. We have spent a lot of effort trying to make this year's edition even better than last year's.
PyGrunn is the 'Python and friends' conference with a local footprint and global mindset. Firmly rooted in the open-source culture it aims to provide the leading lights in advanced internet technologies a platform to inform, inspire, and impress their peers. But the most important part is, of course, hanging out with peers. PyGrunn has a non-commercial character and tickets are just 60 euro, which is only for covering the costs of food, drinks, and an already legendary t-shirt. Days chock-full of python/geek/hacker fun doesn't come much cheaper than that! Still in doubt? Ask someone who visited a previous edition.
Got a great Python story to tell? This is your chance to do so in front of a friendly and enthusiastic audience of over 300 Pythonistas! You can find the RFP for submitting your proposal at www.pygrunn.org (http://www.pygrunn.org/).
This year's edition will take place on November 12th, 2021 (new date(!)) at the new Forum Groningen. Although this is an exciting new venue you will still be able to enjoy the talks from the comfort of a cinema chair!
Tickets are already on sale at www.pygrunn.org (http://www.pygrunn.org/). There are only 300 tickets available and they will be sold out for sure, so don't hesitate. The exceptionally low entrance fee should not hold you back. Optionally, you can indicate your attendance at the PyGrunn Meetup (https://www.meetup.com/PyGrunn). But don’t forget to buy a ticket as well.
Since PyGrunn has a non-commercial character it depends on sponsors. We are excited by the growing number of business sponsors but would love to see more sponsors supporting the PyGrunn community. So be sure to check if your company could become a sponsor.
Spread the word and we hope to see you all at this year's PyGrunn! In the meantime follow us on Twitter (@pygrunn (https://twitter.com/pygrunn)) and www.pygrunn.org (http://www.pygrunn.org/).
On behalf of the organizing committee,
Berco Beute & Sietse van der Laan