the schedule for the conference. "The conference begins with two days of tutorials on March 13 and 14, followed by three days of talks from Friday March 15 through 17, ending with four days of sprints through March 21.
The tutorial selections this year came from a record pool of 129
submissions, up from 2012's record of 88. "We faced a lot of hard
decisions, choosing from some really outstanding proposals by excellent and
experienced instructors," said tutorial co-chair Stuart Williams. A
highlight of the schedule is expansion to include coverage for beginners
not just to the Python language, but also to those new to programming as a
whole. There's coverage from the web to the desktop and everything in
between, with several tutorials being presented by full-time
" PyCon takes place in Santa Clara, California.
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