Kiwi PyCon 2016 is taking place in Dunedin on the weekend of the 9th, 10th and 11th of September 2016.
Kiwi PyCon is a welcoming community oriented and organised conference, and we especially encourage first-time speakers and presenters. It is not necessary to be an advanced Python hacker or a widely recognised person in the field to present something. Kiwi PyCon is an occasion for the entire Python community to meet and share experiences and interests.
Submit Your Poster!
Posters - Posters are a great way to show off your work, hobby, open source project, or just to talk to other delegates about an interesting idea. Your poster does not have to be about Python, or about technology but it will get you in front of a bunch of technically minded people, many of who are Python developers.
In order to encourage input from a wide range of people we also are inviting everyone to submit a poster. This is an easy way to contribute to the conference without needing to prepare a full conference talk.
Poster presenters will share their posters with other conference attendees at a 40 minute poster session on Saturday, 10 September.
Poster authors are reminded that they will be expected to adhere to our code of conduct and poster submissions must be received by Thursday the 8th of September, 2016.
We've put together a bunch of tips on presenting a good poster for those of you who are submitting posters, and information about a print shop in Dunedin who can assist with printing A1 and A0 posters for the conference.