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Monday, 1 July 2013

TRACK
09:00
09:30
11:15
12:00
12:30
14:30
15:30
17:15
18:15
18:30
19:30
20:00
21:00
Spaghetti

Introduction

10:30
Coffee break

13:00
Lunch

Recruiting session

 

Recruiting session

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16:30
Coffee break

Lightning talks

 

Lightning talks

A lightning talk is a short talk, typically only five minutes in duration, providing an opportunity for participants to deliver a presentation on a subject of their choosing. More details

PyLadies Cocktail (invite only)

End of day

Lasagne
Ravioli
Partner Program

Lunch Time by Alessi Wine Bar

  • a glass of Vernaccia di San Gimignano
  • a glass of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
  • a glass of Carmignano
  • mezzo litro acqua minerale
  • Cold Cuts and Cheese Board with Mustards
  • Varied Toasts

Alessi Wine Bar is situated in a medieval street. It's an elegant wine vault where clever structures of wood and terracotta are used to display the most valuable wines. Downstairs in the cellar the clever distribution of lights allows you to admire over 2500 different types of wine.

Power and Politics

The tour will investigate the role of the Palazzo della Signoria (City Hall) in the history of Florence.

We will visit the square and the inside of the palace focusing on the various phases of its construction, from the Middle Ages as seat of the Republican government to the arrival of the Medici as Dukes of the city.

The palace was completely transformed with the arrival of the Medici creating an overwhelming political decoration that was at the base of most of the following European palaces

minimum booking

This event will take place only if a minimum booking of 6 tickets is reached. Shouldn't the minimum be reached on the "June 20th" all purchased tickets will be refunded.

The Church of Santa Croce and The Medieval Tour

Santa Croce is the most important Franciscan church in Florence.

Some of the most illustrious Italians are buried here: Michelengelo, Galileo Galilei, Ugo Foscolo, Machiavelli, Rossini. It’s known as the Temple of the Italian Glories.

The Medieval Tour is a walk inside the city just to understand the story and the meaning of buildings, squares and towers.

We’ll get into the area where Dante Alighieri lived and we’ll see how much the city is changed during centuries from the Roman Empire until today.

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

TRACK
09:00
09:30
09:45
10:00
11:15
11:45
12:15
12:30
14:30
15:00
15:30
16:00
17:15
17:45
18:30
19:30
20:00
21:00
Help Desk
Partner Program

Lunch Time by Alessi Wine Bar

  • a glass of Vernaccia di San Gimignano
  • a glass of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
  • a glass of Carmignano
  • mezzo litro acqua minerale
  • Cold Cuts and Cheese Board with Mustards
  • Varied Toasts

Alessi Wine Bar is situated in a medieval street. It's an elegant wine vault where clever structures of wood and terracotta are used to display the most valuable wines. Downstairs in the cellar the clever distribution of lights allows you to admire over 2500 different types of wine.

The Cathedral and The Baptistery

The Cathedral is, of course, the main church of Florence. It was built by the architect Arnolfo di Cambio at the end of the XIIIth century in a gothic style.

Then, in the Fifteenth century, Filippo Brunelleschi realized the biggest self-sustaining dome of Europe ever made.

The Baptistery is one of the most important examples of Romanesque style in Florence. It was built between the XIth and the beginning of the XIVth century.

Inside the building the dome is covered with golden mosaics representing the Last Judgement.

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

TRACK
09:00
09:30
09:45
10:00
11:15
11:45
12:15
12:30
14:30
15:00
15:30
16:00
17:15
17:45
18:30
19:30
20:00
21:00
Spaghetti

10:30
Coffee break

13:00
Lunch

16:30
Coffee break

Lightning talks

 

Lightning talks

A lightning talk is a short talk, typically only five minutes in duration, providing an opportunity for participants to deliver a presentation on a subject of their choosing. More details

Google Platform Cocktail (invite only)

End of day

Big Mac

Amazon Recruiting Meeting

An unique chance to talk to Amazon recruiters, learn about all careers opportunities in detail, and discuss about your goals.

Red Hat Recruiting Meeting

Red Hat Recruiting Meeting

An unique chance to talk to Red Hat recruiters, learn about all careers opportunities in detail, and discuss about your goals.
Partner Program

Lunch Time by Alessi Wine Bar

  • a glass of Vernaccia di San Gimignano
  • a glass of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
  • a glass of Carmignano
  • mezzo litro acqua minerale
  • Cold Cuts and Cheese Board with Mustards
  • Varied Toasts

Alessi Wine Bar is situated in a medieval street. It's an elegant wine vault where clever structures of wood and terracotta are used to display the most valuable wines. Downstairs in the cellar the clever distribution of lights allows you to admire over 2500 different types of wine.

Gardens, jewels and costumes

The tour will start from the hotel to cross the Arno river and the artisan district of San Niccolò to enter in the Bardini Garden, considered a precious green jewel within the city center and the best view point over the city.

Crossing the Bardini garden we will reach the ancient city walls to pass by the majestic fortress called Forte Belvedere to enter the Boboli garden.

Boboli is the biggest Baroque park within the ancient walls and house several small treasurers we can visit: the Porcelain museum and most of all the Silver museum, housing the precious semiprecious vases and the jewels of the Medici Grandukes, beyond an overwhelming Baroque frescoed decoration.

minimum booking

This event will take place only if a minimum booking of 6 tickets is reached. Shouldn't the minimum be reached on the "June 20th" all purchased tickets will be refunded.

The Church of Santa Maria Novella

This is the main Domenican church in Florence. It was built between the XIIIth century and the XVth century in gothic style.

Inside there is a Crucifixion by Giotto of the beginning of the XIVth century, some frescoes by illustrious painter of the XVth century (Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, Filippino Lippi); furthermore cloisters built in the XIIIth, XIVth and XVIth century and the room that was used as refectory by monks.

Thursday, 4 July 2013

TRACK
09:00
09:30
09:45
10:00
11:15
11:45
12:15
12:30
14:30
15:00
15:30
16:00
17:15
17:45
18:30
19:30
20:00
21:00
Big Mac

Webrepublic Recruiting Meeting

An unique chance to talk to Webrepublic recruiters, learn about all careers opportunities in detail, and discuss about your goals.

Demonware Recruiting Meeting

An unique chance to talk to Demonware recruiters, learn about all careers opportunities in detail, and discuss about your goals.
Help Desk
Partner Program

Lunch Time by Alessi Wine Bar

  • a glass of Vernaccia di San Gimignano
  • a glass of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
  • a glass of Carmignano
  • mezzo litro acqua minerale
  • Cold Cuts and Cheese Board with Mustards
  • Varied Toasts

Alessi Wine Bar is situated in a medieval street. It's an elegant wine vault where clever structures of wood and terracotta are used to display the most valuable wines. Downstairs in the cellar the clever distribution of lights allows you to admire over 2500 different types of wine.

The San Marco Museum

This was the most important domenican convent of the city after Santa Maria Novella.

It was changed into a museum in the XIXth century.

This place was so important for the culture of the medieval and the modern time in Florence with its library and its monks.

The painter-monk Beato Angelico lived here. He was the promoter of a new conception of the art, between the gothic and the renaissance style.

Lorenzo il Magnifico came here to study into the big library, as before him, Cosimo the Elder, and then Marsilio Ficino, Agnolo Poliziano and the most important patrons of the Renaissance.

Savonarola, a very uncompromising domenican monk that obtained the power in Florence in the XVth century and that was so important for our story, lived here. Inside the museums we’ll see severals monk’s cells.

Friday, 5 July 2013

TRACK
09:00
09:30
09:45
10:00
11:15
11:45
12:15
12:30
14:30
15:00
15:30
16:00
17:15
17:30
18:00
19:00
19:30
20:00
Pizza Napoli
15:00 D. Jemerov

Why Python Sucks

 beginner
15:30 R. Bauer

Pymove 3D

 beginner
17:15 T. Viner

DOJO

 beginner
Help Desk
09:00 M. Delmonte

Plone Help Desk

 beginner
09:30 M. Delmonte

Plone Help Desk

 beginner
10:00 M. Delmonte

Plone Help Desk

 beginner
11:15 M. Delmonte

Plone Help Desk

 beginner
11:45 M. Delmonte

Plone Help Desk

 beginner
12:15 M. Delmonte

Plone Help Desk

 beginner
Partner Program

Lunch Time by Alessi Wine Bar

  • a glass of Vernaccia di San Gimignano
  • a glass of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
  • a glass of Carmignano
  • mezzo litro acqua minerale
  • Cold Cuts and Cheese Board with Mustards
  • Varied Toasts

Alessi Wine Bar is situated in a medieval street. It's an elegant wine vault where clever structures of wood and terracotta are used to display the most valuable wines. Downstairs in the cellar the clever distribution of lights allows you to admire over 2500 different types of wine.

The Church of Orsanmichele and Boat trip on the Arno river

This building was a granary at the beginning. It was built in the XIIIth century. Then it was used as church.

This is the church of the guilds of Florence that had here their symbol of power.

Seeing Florence from another point of view in 40-50 minutes.

We’ll start and end near Ponte Vecchio sailing to Ponte alla Carraia, after Ponte Santa Trinita.

We’ll talk about buildings all around the river, bridges and we’ll remember the story combining Florence and The Arno river.

Saturday, 6 July 2013

TRACK
09:00
15:30
Sprint

19:30
End

Pizza Napoli
09:00 M. Müller

Advanced Python

 intermediate
Pizza Margherita

Google AppEngine Hackathon

Partner Program

Ponte Vecchio and the Medieval and Reinassance ways of living

Ponte Vecchio, San Jacopo’s district. References to ancient festivals of this area and the way of life in Florence during the Medieval and the Renaissance time.

The old workshops of Florence.

Bartolozzi and Maioli’s workshop: The inlaid wood and the wood carving.

Santa Croce and the ancient ways of living

The area of Santa Croce’s Church and the ancient ways of life of this part of the city during centuries: prisons, dyers, roman amphitheaters, islands, washes, games.

Filistrucchi’s workshop: the place of Florentine wig since the XVIIIth Century.

Sunday, 7 July 2013

TRACK
08:00
09:00
Sprint

19:30
End

Pizza Napoli

Advanced Python (reprise)

Second day of the Advanced Python training by Python Academy.
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