[Late Comers] Additional tickets go on sale

We’ve closed our regular ticket sales on 7/18 but are happy to announce that we’ll be having additional tickets for those of you who were not able to purchase them on time. Our past experiences have shown that no matter what you do, there will be people emailing you complaining he or she can’t buy tickets a week before the event, so here you go!

Introducing the Late Comers ticket: It’s priced slightly lower than the regular tickets, but will NOT include the event tshirt. Everything else stays the same as the regular ticket. These tickets will go on sale right up until a week before the conference: August 19th 2016.

You can purchase the tickets here.

 

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Global Internship Program by HDE

As our Platinum sponsor for PyCon MY 2016, HDE will be joining us during PyCon MY 2016 in Kuala Lumpur and will be interested in meeting potential candidates for their Global Internship Program or GIP.

The GIP is a program that (from their website)

Offers internship position providing opportunities for student to experience practical application development skill using mostly Python/Golang/Erlang. Also, this internship position will provide opportunities to develop application by using Amazon Web Services/Google App Engine. Conversations in the office will be done in English, so that Japanese communication skill is NOT required. The internship will be within the Cloud Product Development division of HDE, Inc. located in Tokyo, Japan.

To find out more what it’s like joining the GIP, you can visit it’s Facebook Page

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HDE’s Global Internship Program page on Facebook.

Up until now, HDE has welcomed interns from Ukraine, The USA, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Thailand to name a few. We also know there are Malaysians who are playing important roles in the company.

The internship program also includes benefits by HDE such as:

  • This internship is a training program without a salary. But, HDE will assists your stay in Japan by subsidizing up to 150,000yen/month for your living costs such as foods, commuting expenses, and apartment fee.
  • Students can find monthly apartments near our office. (ex. http://www.sakura-house.com/en/ )
  • We will pay the insurance cost and international airfares to Japan.
  • There will be a chance to be a full time worker according to intern’s outputs.

If you’ve just graduated from college or are currently in your final year of studying Computer Science and have ever wanted to experience what living (and working) in Tokyo would be like, this is a great opportunity to find out. Depending on how you did during the internship program, there is even a chance of getting a position with HDE!

Purchase tickets and join us at PyCon MY 2016 and come and meet representatives from HDE to find out more about their Global Internship Program.