PyCon Australia 2012

Australia's Conference for the Python Programming Community

18 19 August 2012

27 speakers

Coverage of PyCon Australia 2012

23 sessions

Day 1 from 9am to 5:40pm Saturday 18th August 2012

Day 2 from 9am to 5:40pm Sunday 19th August 2012

Wrest Point Convention Centre

Australia Australia / Hobart

410 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay TAS 7005, 7005

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