Women in Tech Can Win Free Passes to PyCon 2020
ActiveState is giving away full-event passes to women in tech on social media
The giveaway is open to women interested in attending one of the world’s largest annual gathering for the Python community taking place on April 15-23, 2020 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. To get a chance at our free event passes you can enter our giveaway on Social Media.
We will be picking three lucky winners on March 9th, the day after International Women’s Day 2020.
Head here to participate:
You must follow the rules as mentioned on the social media posts announcing the giveaway and be picked as a winner by ActiveState. Entering this giveaway does not guarantee a free pass to PyCon 2020. Final discretion lies with ActiveState. This giveaway is not affiliated to PyCon 2020 or Python Software Foundation or any social media channels in anyway.
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