PyConES 2019

¡Este año no perdí la PyConES! En fechas suele competir con mis vacaciones, pero este año las adelanté ya que íbamos a un sitio medio frío así que pude reservar el fin de semana el evento. Fue un fin de semana fantástico, lleno de Python, comunidad y buenas charlas.

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PyConES 2017

Este fin de semana la comunidad de Python España hemos celebrado la PyConES en Cáceres, justo después del taller de DjangoGirls el viernes y ha sido una experiencia fantástica: talleres, buenas charlas, un lugar excepcional, comunidad…

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PyConES 2015 and a keynote: the power of a story

Back in february Juanlu offered me the chance of giving a keynote at PyConES 2015. After the initial shock, I said yes. Next morning, I realized what had happened, but it was too late for me to say no. And 9 months later I was giving the opening talk in PyConES. All of you, dear two or three readers, may guess my fears: I don't know what to tell, I don't know how to speak in front of an audience, I don't have anything interesting… and, of course, everyone will laugh at me so hard that I'll have to live in a cave for the rest of my life, huh? [Leer más]

PyConES 2015: DjangoGirls Postmortem

In this post you can read about the DjangoGirls workshop in last PyConES. I would also like to share some thoughts about the organizing process, which maybe can be useful for potential DjangoGirls organizers. TL;DR: organizing this workshop took some time, but the amount of resources already made by the DjangoGirls community is just huge and very well prepared. If you're thinking in organizing a DjangoGirls workshop, don't hesitate: existing resources and the active community will help you anytime. [Leer más]

PyConES 2015: DjangoGirls workshop

Last november 20th in Valencia, an amazing DjangoGirls took place. It was the first day of PyConES and I don't think it could have started better. After three months of organization, all students and coaches were finally meeting in person at the UPV early in the morning expecting a great day. All our expectations were clearly surpassed :) We had 20 students and 9 coaches. The past week each team had a teleconference to prepare the installation, so we weren't complete strangers. [Leer más]