PyCon Asia Pacific 2010

Date: 9 – 11 June 2010

Venue: Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, Singapore Management University

PyCon Asia Pacific 2010 represents a conference dedicated to the Python programming language in Asia-Pacific and hosted for the first time in Singapore. As in all PyCon conferences, PyCon Asia Pacific is an independent, community-run, community-controlled and not-for-profit conference. We are encouraged by the country-level initiatives presently. PyCon Asia Pacific will serve as a perfect platform for Python users throughout Asia-Pacific countries to come together to meet with fellow Python users. The same can be said for anyone adopting an exploratory perspective towards Python. It is our hope that different Asia Pacific countries will take turns to host as the momentum of Python develops in this region.

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Steve Holden, Chairman of the Python Software Foundation (PSF) will be coming as one of our keynotes!

Quote :

“…Python development in the Asia Pacific region is proceeding rapidly… I would very much like to highlight the special nature of this conference… I hope that my presence will help to further international cooperation on Python development”

Mark Hammond, author of Python Programming on Win32 and the primary maintainer of the pywin32 package will also be coming as one of our keynotes!

Wesley J. Chun
, MSCS, is author of Prentice Hall’s bestseller ‘Core Python Programming‘, its video training course ‘Python Fundamentals’ and co-author of ‘Python Web Development with Django‘. He is a software architect and developer advocate at Google and runs a consulting business called CyberWeb. And you’ll meet him at PyCon APAC.

Martijn Faassen, long standing member of the Zope Foundation will be at PyCon APAC. Martijn helped the founding of the EuroPython series of conferences and served as a member of the Zope Foundation board from 2006 until 2010, being chairman for 2 years.


Registration for attendance at conference and tutorials is now OPEN. Hurry… regular registration closes on the 1st June 2010.

3 comments on “PyCon Asia Pacific 2010”

  1. Jeff

    Hey Kevin,

    Welcome to the Droid club. I too, just converted to a Milestone (10.6mil including multimedia station at VienDong) after decades sticking with WinMo.

    BTW, thanks for your feedback regarding the motorbike registration. I just bought a Suzuki Hayate after a friend’s friend agree to register on my behalf.


    • SaigonNezumi (Kevin)

      10.6 million VND? I paid about 10.9 million VND. You are lucky! 🙂

      Hayate? Nouvo is better but I am planning to get a smaller scooter since I live in District 1 now.

      What do you do here?

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