Since November 2008, SF Python has been producing free tech events for Python Devs. We are grateful for the generosity of corporate sponsors, who view this as an opportunity to make their company visible to a tech audience, recruit talents, and support their community. As our events increase in attendance, so have our efforts. For this year-end Tech Talk / Holiday Meetup, we are expecting 350 attendees and the cost of operating it far exceeds what one company would have the budget for. We have therefore created sponsorship opportunities to finance the cost of food, beverages, video recording, venue, etc. The excess funds will go to compensate the countless hours the organizers have put in to produce these high-quality meet-ups throughout the year. Additionally, a % of the profit will be donated to a local charity of the participants' wish.
Aside, we are always looking for companies to host us, but due to our strong attendance, hosting companies are limited to those that can absorb 120+ people for Project Hack Nights and 200+ people for Presentation Nights. If you'd like to host a SF Python Meetup in 2017, please write us.
There are usually too many job announcements at tech events, cutting into the intended program. We recognize the need for companies to reach our community with job posting, and we think the job boards will be a more effective way for you to provide information and for interested parties to apply to your jobs directly.
Step 1: Create your job post. If you have more than 1 job post, rinse and repeat.
Step 3: One of our organizers will approve your job posting, make it live on our website after confirmation of payment
Title: eg. Backend Dev, Data Scientist
Summary (140 Character or Less): eg. Help send human to Mars at XYZ, Build and scale backend for 150M Users
How to Apply: include link to your home page or jobs page
Not unless the hiring company's name is spelled out in the job posting.
Hack no! :-) You can donate how ever much you want. And please feel free to write us with your suggestions on how you'd like to maximize your visibility to our python community.
Email Grace if you are interested in that.
Please take BART or Muni if possible. There is street parking near 680 Folsom and there is also the Moscone Center Garage at 255 3rd St.