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Nominations for the 2022 Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize now open
submitted by jonafato on 2022-10-19T22:40:12Z
Nominations are now open for the 2022 Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize. Information about the prize and past recipients can be found on the Django Software Foundation Prizes web page. The Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize is a monetary prize, awarded annually, to the person who best exemplifies the spirit of Malcolm’s work - someone who welcomes, supports, and nurtures newcomers; freely gives feedback and assistance to others, and helps to grow the community. If you know someone who exemplifies Malcolm's work, you can nominate them using the nomination form by October 30th, 2022.
Django Software Foundation Board of Directors nominations open for 2023
submitted by jonafato on 2022-10-19T22:35:07Z
Nominations for the 2023 Django Software Foundation Board of Directors are now open. To learn more about the Django Software Foundation, visit https://www.djangoproject.com/foundation/. Applications are open through November 4th, 2022. Interested parties should fill out the nomination form to apply.
PyCon US 2023 Announced
submitted by jonafato on 2022-10-19T18:05:37Z
PyCon US has announced on its blog that the 2023 website and call for proposals are live. 2023 marks 20 years for the conference. The website includes details about the event, including sponsorship and speaking details. Conference proposals are due by December 9th, 2022.
Talk Python Training Course Giveaway
submitted by kjaymiller on 2022-10-21T05:25:35Z
Python Community News is giving away a course from https://training.talkpython.fm/ to two lucky winners. In order to enter, you must - follow @PyCommunityNews on Twitter - Be Subscribed to either the Python Community News Podcast or YouTube Channel Talk Python Training has partnered with Python Community News to provide 2 courses in a giveaway. The two winners will be able to choose one course of their choice to receive for free!