Conference: 17. - 19. April 2023

General

Who's behind this conference?

As almost all Python and PyData conferences this event is run and organised by volunteers contributing free time and supported by community sponsors contributing work time of their employees. Any conference profits will go back to the community and Open Source via the Python Softwareverband e. V. and NumFocus.

What can I do to support?

Lighten our communication load:

  • check this FAQ page for answers first
  • read our update emails (check your spam),
  • be proactive and try to find answers by googling or via our community channels as:

Sign up as a volunteer. More information coming soon.

Join our Team: Call for Volunteers

More information coming soon.

Important Dates

  • 2022-11-01 Announce further milestones for CfP, FinAid, Sponsoring, etc.
  • 2023-01-09 Start of ticket sales
  • 2023-04-16 Set-Up-day, The night before the conference 🎉
  • 2023-04-17 Conference, We have a lift-off 🚀

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What's the conference language?

The conference is all in English.

Speaking at the conference

The CfP is expected to open in late 2023.

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Tickets

Tickets will be on sale 9. January 2023.

If you are interested in getting a ticket please subscribe here for email updates or check our Twitter announcents.

Ticket prices

In view of high inflation rate of 10%, we are currently examining whether we can maintain the 2022 prices.

For budget planning please refer to our 2022 ticket prices.

Ticket prices include VAT

All ticket prices include 19% VAT.
Conferences are taxable in the country where the conference takes place, so the EU VAT reverse charging mechanism cannot be applied. However, companies can easily apply for a VAT refund from the authorities.

Contact us

Contact Policy

Please do use offical channels only:

  • contact form on this website
  • helpdesks via official email addresses ending in @pycon.de for speakers and financial aid
  • sponsoring via email

All your messages go into our dedicated helpdesk and there are 🙋🏽‍♂️🙋🙋‍♀️🙋🏾‍♀️ multiple volunteers happy to assist.
Messages to financial aid are limited to the same small team heandling the grants for privacy.

Thanks for your mindfulness.

Bad Practices

Volunteers are not a 24/7 helpline. Volunteers give their free time to the community to organise this conference.
We consider it bad practice to contact volunteers in other ways, e.g. directly by email, Twitter or other social media, or by phone.

Something urgent? Not sure if we got your message?

Feel free to ping us again via the offical channels as described above!

Contact Form

In case your answer is not in the FAQs above 👆 already, feel free to ping us.