Last call for DjangoCon US tickets

Posted by DjangoCon US Organizers on October 5, 2022

DjangoCon US 2022 is less than two weeks away!

Join us online or in person in San Diego.

As the DjangoCon US 2022 kick-off date rapidly approaches (October 16th), we wanted to take the opportunity to put out a final call for in-person ticket registrations and showcase what folks can expect at this year’s conference. IN PERSON ticket sales end Friday, October 7th.

If you can’t make it in person this year, we also have online tickets:

All talks will be available online via the LoudSwarm platform, so you won’t miss any action. We have eleven exclusive talks for our online attendees, so you get more content. Online tickets are a great and affordable way to access the treasure trove of knowledge being shared without making a larger time or financial commitment.

The In-person DjangoCon US Experience

This year’s conference kicks off with tutorials on Sunday, October 16th. You can find the full schedule on our website: This year, we are excited to have tutorials ranging from making the most of the Django Admin interface to internationalization and localization with Wagtail.

Following a full day of tutorials, on Monday the 17th, we kick off with the main conference schedule packed full of talks. Again, that full schedule is live so that you can start planning which room you will be in during the event:

After two days of talks, on Wednesday the 19th, we will have a full day’s worth of deep-dive sessions, starting with a keynote on State of the Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) by Simon Charette. Finally, on Thursday and Friday, we will be hosting two full days of sprints where anyone can get their hands dirty making contributions to the Django ecosystem: Note that sprints are included in the main ticket prices, but we do ask that you register ahead of time, so we know how many folks will be coming to each day’s session:

Beyond The Talks and Sprints

There is so much happening at DjangoCon US beyond the main conference agenda. We will have board game sessions, impromptu meetups, breakout sessions for those interested in various topics, and so much more! All of the things that are traditionally very difficult to do online, we plan to facilitate in-person so that attendees get the most out of their conference experience.

We are incredibly excited to see everyone online and in person. If you haven’t picked up a ticket yet, the deadline is coming up soon in the next week. We hope that you will join us at this year’s conference!

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