DjangoCon Europe, 2nd to 7th June 2015, in Cardiff, Wales. 6 days of talks, tutorials and code.


Two days of Django sprints, workshops and clinics. Turn up, join in and be part of the most rewarding two days of the whole conference. All sessions take place at Cardiff University.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

To make the experience even more memorable, there’ll be a party with food and drinks on Thursday evening at Chapter Arts Centre.


Code sprints provide members of the global community to collaborate in person to tackle outstanding issues or developments in a project’s code-base. They are huge fun.

Let us know if you’d like to lead a sprint for a particular project so we can advertise it.

We want as many people as possible to stay for the sprints - particularly people who haven’t taken part before.

To encourage people to join in, we’ll be supporting the sprints with a “Don't be afraid to commit” workshop, aimed specially at those who’d like to take part but aren’t sure they have the skills - yet.

Here’s everything you wanted to know about code sprints but were afraid to ask.

Venue for all sprints Cardiff University Main Building, Park Place (map)

  • Django Project djangoproject.comLed by members of the core team, here's a chance to contribute back to the Django project.
  • django CMS django-cms.orgAn opportunity to learn more about and contribute to django CMS, led by core team members.
  • Django Axelrod GitHubA project to reproduce Axelrod's iterated prisoner's dilemma as a Django-based web application.
  • Django-Polla BitbucketPolla is a Django library that allows you to hosts multiple dynamic sites running on a single Django instance/db.
  • Wagtail CMS wagtail.ioHelp improve Wagtail, with members of the Wagtail developer team.
  • Django Oscar oscarcommerce.comJoin Maik Hoepfel and David Winterbottom to help improve Django Oscar, the well-loved ecommerce system.


See links below for venue details.



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