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|If you are planing a Python conference event, please also check [[http://www.python-academy.com/events/python_events.html|this event list]] for a suitable non-overlapping date and also consider taking a look at the [[http://pycon.org#calendar|Python Event Calendar]].||If you are planing a Python conference event, please also check [[http://www.python-academy.com/events/python_events.html|this event list]] for a suitable non-overlapping date. Please also take a look at and register your event in the [[http://pycon.org#calendar|Python Event Calendar]].|
The Python community tends to organise regional lower-cost events around the world. Established events such as PyCon and EuroPython have since been joined by other regional conferences, and Python often features prominently in various open source conferences.
Want to organize an event in your community? Read our guide to running a conference.
A list of conferences is also found on the general PyCon site.
See the PythonEvents page for schedule information.
PyCon (North America)
PyCon Argentina (Argentina)
SciPy conferences (California, Austin) - focuses on scientific applications
PyCarolinas (North and South Carolina, United States)
PyOhio (Ohio, United States)
PyTexas (Texas, United States)
PyGotham (New York, United States)
pyArkansas (Arkansas, United States)
PyCon India (India)
PyCon Philippines (Philippines)
EuroSciPy conference (Germany, France) - focuses on scientific applications
PyCon DE (Germany)
PyCon FR (France)
PyCon Ireland (Ireland)
PyCon Italia (Italy)
PyCon PL (Poland)
PyCon UK (United Kingdom)
RuPy (Poland) - a hybrid Ruby/Python conference
Pycon UA (Ukraine and ex-USSR)
Open Source Conferences
Python has often featured in the following conference series and events: