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BarCamp Django SF 2014

An unconference for Django enthusiasts

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We’re excited to bring the BarCamp tradition back to the Bay Area. BarCamp Django is an opportunity for Django developers and enthusiasts to get together for 48 hours to learn, build, play, and connect with others.

This is a community event that is driven by your participation. We have 10 rooms of various sizes to accommodate lighting talks, workshops, debates, demos, and the occasional board, poker or Street Fighter game.

We have limited space available (150 max) to make sure the event is small enough for every attendee to engage. If you purchase a ticket, please make sure you can attend. If you can’t make it we ask that you release your spot so another member of the community can join in.

We are charging $15 a ticket to curb no-shows for the event; all proceeds from ticket sales are donated to the Django Software Foundation.

15 speakers

93 sessions

Day 1 from 10am Saturday 4th October 2014

Day 2 until 4pm Sunday 5th October 2014

27 known attendees

  • Rachel (Cordray) Sanders
  • Martha Rotter
  • Dan Cleary
  • Imju Byon
  • Aryeh Hillman
  • Juan Gomez
  • Josh Cohen
  • Susan Tan
  • Randall Degges
  • Harold Short
  • Simon Willison
  • Hillary Benzell
  • Paul Pieralde
  • Deniz Gültekin
  • Philip James
  • Daniel Roy Greenfeld
  • Audrey Roy Greenfeld
  • Kelsey Hawley
  • Kevin Stone
  • Ganesh Swami
  • Natalie Downe
  • Andrew Godwin
  • Moon Limb
  • Samuel Solomon
  • Trey Hunner
  • George Song

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