DJANGOCON IS FOR DEVELOPERS
Almost everyone who attends this conference develops Django, or uses Django to develop applications. Many do both. So this event is the place to meet and interact with Django developers.
DjangoCon is also the place to get get up-to-date information straight from the horse's mouth about what's coming down the pike. You will also discover lots of detail about an enormous range of applications different people are building with Django.
You can meet your friends from the Django community, socialize with Django core developers, and enjoy time in downtown Portland with the wealth of entertainments and fine dining it has to offer.
Call for Papers Opens: Immediately
Call for Papers Closes: July 15, 2014
Program Announced: July 19, 2014
Schedule Published: July 26, 2014
Early Bird Sales End: August 14, 2014 (11:55 pm PST)
[Further extended due to absence of schedule]
Social Events: August 30/31, 2014
Tutorials: Monday, September 1, 2014
Conference Talks: Tuesday-Thursday, September 2-4, 2014
Sprints: Friday/Saturday, September 5/6, 2014
CODE OF CONDUCT
All participants are expected to behave respectfully to each other. Very few appear to need this to be spelled out. For those who do, and for those who feel that they have not been respectfully treated, we have a Code of Conduct