PyData welcomes journalists and photographers to the only conference in Europe specifically for data scientists using high-level dynamic Python tools. To apply for a press pass please send all pertinent information to [email protected] PyData will notify approved press by email.
At PyData Berlin 2016, attendees will encounter prominent scientists in the Python data community delivering talks, tutorials, and workshops. These range from corporate CEOs, to authors of open-source data analysis software, to post-doctoral researchers. They will enlighten and inform as they address the large-scale data management challenges affecting all genres of science and industry. This is your opportunity to gain access to an exchange of ideas between users, trying to analyze high-volume databases; and developers, providing them with accessible solutions. Gain insight into the newest products and the latest research confronting big-data.
Who is eligible for a complimentary pass?
Journalists for legitimate business, science and technology media; and photographers who personally will write articles about the PyData Conference or photograph the conference for publication in external media. Journalists are free to publicize, Tweet, and otherwise share all information. Quote approval needs to be secured from speakers. Press credentials are non-transferable.
Corporate communications officers, business developers, non-reporting employees of media organizations, consultants, vendors, etc. should purchase a registration.
To set up an interview with one of PyData's subject experts or executives or to receive information on any of the topics covered at PyData, contact [email protected]