Meet the PyCharm Team at Python Web Conference Next Week
Pssst. We know a place where 48 international experts are gathering together to talk about Django, Flask, Pyramid, containers, REST APIs, and other topics that every web developer will want to know more about. It’s the Python Web Conference, which is taking place next week starting on March 22.
The PyCharm team will be there attending sessions, chatting with the audience, and waiting for your questions and feedback in our dedicated Slack channel. Don’t be shy – come by and chat with us!
Paul Everitt, Developer Advocate for PyCharm, will be giving a talk entitled “Static Sites With Sphinx and Markdown” on Wednesday March 24 at 11:00 am EDT // 4:00 pm CET. This talk introduces Sphinx for websites, demonstrates how to enable MyST for Markdown, and compares what they have to offer versus other approaches.
In addition to the talk, Paul will be hosting the Quiz Bowl together with several guests. Want to take part? Join our conference Slack channel or follow us on Twitter for more details :) And keep an eye out for the conference-welcome video — we did something new this year!
By the way, you still have a chance to get a 15% discount from JetBrains when you register for the event. Just use this code at checkout:
We hope to see you next week!
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