- Watch the talks from PyConline AU published 13 September, 2021
- Thank you for attending PyConline AU published 12 September, 2021
- PyConline AU is happening! published 10 September, 2021
- Welcoming our Keynote: Ee Durbin! published 05 August, 2021
- Seeking Session Hosts and Speaker Wranglers published 21 July, 2021
- Schedule is now live published 13 July, 2021
- CFP closed, Tickets on sale published 22 June, 2021
- Seeking event volunteers published 19 May, 2021
- Call for Sponsors published 13 May, 2021
- Call for Proposals closed published 05 May, 2021
- Announcing the Specialist Trcks published 18 April, 2021
- Dates announcement published 17 March, 2021
- Stay tuned for 2021 published 16 February, 2021
About the conference
PyConline AU 2021 will be hosted on the Internet.
If you're new to our event, you might also want to read about the culture of PyCon AU.
About PyCon AU
PyCon AU is the national conference for the Python programming community, bringing together professional, student and enthusiast developers, sysadmins and operations folk, students, educators, scientists, statisticians, and many others besides, all with a love for working with Python.
PyCon AU informs the country’s Python developers with presentations, tutorials and panel sessions by experts and core developers of Python, as well as the libraries and frameworks that they rely on.
PyCon AU is typically held in two year blocks at the same city.
- 2010, 2011: Sydney, NSW
- 2012, 2013: Hobart, TAS
- 2014, 2015: Brisbane, QLD
- 2016, 2017: Melbourne, VIC
- 2018, 2019: Sydney, NSW
- 2020, 2021: The Internet
- Whenever this is all over, hopefully: Adelaide, SA
Videos from previous years can be watched on the PyConAU YouTube channel.