DjangoCon Europe is run by the community for the community: We are the 11th European conference, made up of Django practitioners from all levels. We welcome people from all over the world. Our conference seeks to educate and develop new skills, best practices and ideas for the benefit of attendees, developers, speakers and everyone in our global Django Community, not least those watching the talks online.
Our mission is also beyond Django as a technology: Our conference values diversity and inclusivity and seeks to have a real impact on people’s lives and local communities. Please read our Call for Participation and our Code of Conduct.
The conference consists of 3 days of talks and a few workshops, followed by 2 days of free sprints in the following weekend. On the day before the conference, a 1-day Django Girls workshop is held.
Early organising of the conference (volunteers, get in touch!) ✔️
More organising, website is booted with a Call for Participation ✔️
Ticket sale opens, including info on scholarships ✔️
Call for Participation closes (Extended from January 13th.) ✔️
Opportunity Grants deadline ✔️
January 31st 23:59:59 (UTC+1)
Pioneer ticket (early bird) discount expires
Accommodation and ride sharing launches for ticket holders (cancelled) ❌
Talks start being published ✔️
DjangoGirls - signup and details.
Main conference - see talks and schedule.
April 12th 20:00
Thanks for a great conference - It’s been about a month since DjangoCon 2019 ended, and memories are there to relive.
Firstly, with thanks to our official photographer Bartosz Pawlik (Bartek), we have over 900 photos to share from the event.
To the Flickr gallery
We also cropped and normalized sound on all the video recordings. They can be conveniently viewed in chronological order on this Youtube playlist or you can click each individual talk in the program and see the video embedded below the talk description:
10 May 19 18:10 CEST
We are now streaming live!
And we want YOUR questions. See the instructions here.
Once talks have been streamed, they will be edited and released online, but please allow us some time, as we have to do a bit of manual post-processing.
The organising team
11 Apr 19 08:29 +0100
We are sold out and making final arrangements now. We (the volunteers organising this conference) have lots and lots of things to do, and in case you find our news flow to be slow, please rest assure that we are busy behind the scenes making this the best possible conference for each and everyone 💚
All talks and workshops are now published as well as a schedule.
Don’t have a ticket?
03 Apr 19 08:00 CEST
Pack your laptop for the Sprints - a tradition at DjangoCon Europe! This year is no exception. Therefore, we’ve made sure to get a pretty large venue for the event!
Sign-up is both available when buying your ticket and afterwards in the ticketholder area. We hope that you can help our planning by signing up today – but not least, helping out Django or all the related open source projects that you can work on and learn to contribute to during this packed weekend.
14 Mar 19 20:29 CET
Hi all! This is our first News section item; so we want to write an overall story of what has happened so far. If you are not that interested in conference organising, we also have a fast ⏩ summary.
The fast ⏩ summary: We will start announcing the schedule very soon, as we are reaching out to people who have submitted proposals right now. We had an amazing amount of proposals, and this alone means that the conference could have been more than 3 days. We stick to the usual 3-day talks + 2-day sprints format, but hey: There’s energy and potential for so much more! We will also add more details about the conference venue and the sprints venue soon.
23 Feb 19 20:29 CET