Next Stop: PyCon – Change the Future with the Python Community

PyCon 2013

Join the New Relic team next week at PyCon, the largest gathering of the Python community. Featuring tutorials, presentations, and development sprints, the event is sure to have something for everyone. And all proceeds go to the Python Software Foundation, the nonprofit dedicated to advancing and promoting Python education and development.

Stop by our booth (#102) to see New Relic in action, meet our team and pick up you Nerd Life t-shirt. And don’t forget to attend the sessions we have planned:

Sponsor Tutorial: Managing Python App Performance
Thursday, March 14, 9 – 10:30 am
In this free session, Graham Dumpleton and Amjith Ramanujan will explain how you can implement 24/7 production monitoring in just minutes. Ensure to sign up.

Python Profiling
Friday, March 15, 3:15 – 3:45 pm
Amjith Ramanujam will give a tour of the different profiling techniques available for Python applications.

Making Apache Suck Less for Hosting Python Web Apps
Saturday, March 16, 3:15 – 3:45 pm
Graham Dumpleton will dispel the myths and misperceptions around using Apache for hosting Python web apps.

And what would PyCon be without an after party! We’re teaming up with Blue Box, Solano Labs, Rackspace, and Loggly for THE PyCon party of the year. Join us for a Taste of Py, an evening of entertainment, food, drinks, and (of course) some tasty pie. Space is limited, so make sure to register here.

Our own Darin Swanson will be one of the runners participating in the PyCon 5K Charity Fun Run. Last year, the race raised almost $6,000 for charity. So don’t forget to wake up early on Saturday, March 16 to support this great event.

We have a special offer for all PyCon attendees. Sign up and deploy New Relic during the event and you’ll get a 30-day free trial of New Relic Pro. Go to newrelic.com/pycon to create your free account and remember to type pycon13 in the Promo Code field.

See you there!

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