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Registration is open, and most rates are the same as last year!
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Early-bird registration is extended until July 14, 2011 to allow those who need to see the schedule first to book at these advantageous prices. Registering early earns you good karma and our sincere thanks.


Corporate $595
Individual $495
Student $250

Which rate is right for me?

If you’re paying your own way to DjangoCon US and need to control your budget, pay the individual rate.

If your company is paying for you to attend, please register at the corporate rate. This helps keep the conference affordable to all, especially students and those needing financial aid.

Government employees should register at the corporate rate.

The student rate is for full-time students only; you'll need to bring proof of your status as a student (i.e. a student ID card) to pick up your ticket.

What’s included?

Registration includes admission to the conference, hotel internet access, breakfast, lunch, and morning and afternoon break refreshments on all three conference days. You are also entitled to attend any social events associated with the conference.

Hotel registration is not included in the ticket price; see the venue page for details. Be sure you use the link on that page or in your registration confirmation to get the conference hotel rates.

Cancellation and Ticket Transfer

Cancellations on or before July 4 will receive a full refund. After that and before August 15 cancellations will receive a 50% refund. On or after August 15 no refunds will be available. Tickets may instead be transferred to another person at no cost by emailing the organizers at [email protected].


DjangoCon US is a community conference intended for networking and collaboration in the developer community. Those attending are expected to behave according to reasonable standards of decency and avoid offending their fellow conference-goers.

While at DjangoCon and at related social networking events, those present should not engage in discriminatory or offensive speech or actions regarding gender, sexuality, race, or religion. Speakers should be especially aware of these concerns—this includes sexual or racist images in slides.

Open Bastion does not condone any statements by speakers contrary to these standards, and reserves the right to deny entrance to any individual for any reason.

Please bring any concerns to the immediate attention of the event staff, or contact Steve Holden at [email protected]. We thank all our delegates for their help in keeping the event welcoming and friendly to all participants.