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PyCon 2011 Atlanta

March 9th–17th

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PyCon 2011 - Full talk and tutorial list now available!

I'm very pleased to announce, on behalf of the PyCon 2011 Program committee, and entire PyCon 2011 volunteer staff, that the full list of PyCon 2011 talks is now public, and available!

This was an especially hard year for the PyCon program committee: we had over 200 proposals for only 95 total slots, so we ended up having to reject a lot of excellent proposals. We've spent the better part of the last few months in reviews, meetings and debates selecting which talks would be in the final PyCon program. It was not and easy task - all of the proposal authors really came through in their proposals - the number of high quality proposals we had to chose from was simply staggering.

That said - the program committee completed it's work yesterday morning. Acceptance and rejection letters have been sent, and you can now view the full program on the site:

This obviously complements the list of tutorials also available:

Personally, this is my second year acting as the Program Committee chair (and hence, my last) - and between the talk list, and the list of tutorials, our current keynote speaker ( and the emerging line of up poster sessions - I'm extremely proud to have been part of the process, and extremely excited about the upcoming conference. It is going to be amazing

One behalf of the entire PyCon 2011 staff, I want to again thank every single talk author for their submission(s), and I look forward to seeing all of you, and them at the conference. PyCon is an amazing conference only because of the quality talks, tutorials and community we have. I'm confident this one will knock it out of the park.

As a reminder: Early Bird registration ( closes January 17th - and we have an attendance cap of 1500 total attendees (speakers are counted against this number, and guaranteed a slot) so be sure to register today!