Few days from now on the 9th of July we will participate in the largest Python conference in Europe. More then 200 sessions, 186 speakers, professional trainings, multiple recruitment opportunities. And it all will happen in sunny (hopefully) Rimini Italy. The sponsors include big names like Intel, Facebook, Microsoft, Yelp, HotJar and O’Reilly. Why EuroPython EuroPython was the first major Python programming language community conference ever organized by volunteers. It started 2002 in Charleroi, Belgium, which attracted over 200 attendees. It now is the largest European Python conference with around 1200+ participants every year, the second largest Python conference world-wide and a meeting reference for all European programmers, students and companies interested in the Python programming language. We will be at Palacongressi di Rimini between 9th and 15th July This gives us a lot of time and a wide window of opportunity to talk technology and business. # If you want to talk or grab a beer, contact us via phone or e-mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org +48 537 380 870 Learn more: Start a new project with us More about EuroPython2017
Our small contribution to the Python community in Bialystok. This powerful and fast language gathers more and more followers around the globe, Bialystok is no exception. Each month Python fanatics meet during “Pystok” nights and indulge in the vast world of software engineering. Last meeting was special, it was a sort of a round celebration – 12th meeting. Bitcraft was one of the most active participants and supporters during that night. Our Code Sheriff straight from Tunisia – Mehdi ben Jaafar gave an outstanding lecture about Celery* Framework, which allows execution of asynchronous tasks in Python. You can have a peek at the presentation materials here: One of our case studies required his expertise in this subject in terms of configuration as well as implementation. We figured that this was important enough to share amongst other local Python enthusiast. We can promise you that this wasn’t our last appearance on Pystok. *Celery is an asynchronous task queue/job queue based on distributed message passing. It is focused on real-time operation, but supports scheduling as well.