PyCon Nove

Florence

19th - 22nd April 2018

Hey folks, the CFP will end soon!

We're coming up on the end of our call for proposals (more or less)! After the food rush of Christmas holidays (in Italy it's a real practice eat a lot of food from the 24th of December to the 6th of January), talk and tutorial proposals are due as long as it's January the 7 somewhere in the world.

Are you new to technical conferences? Are you an experienced conference speaker? Industry professional, entrepreneur, researcher or devop?

You’ve "certainly😄" learned something that other Python users could benefit from, so come to PyCon Nove and share your story. Maybe you’ve written the next great machine learning python package, or you have an interesting case study to share, or you’ve learned something about how to start a Python users’ group or a community, or you just want to help novices learn how to choose a Python web framework.

If you have something to tell your fellow Python programmers, PyCon Nove is your big opportunity

You don’t have to be a professional speaker to give a talk at PyCon Nove. Presenters are volunteers from all walks of life and all levels of experience. From hardcore hackers to educators and hobbyists, anyone with something to say and the desire to say it is welcome.

If you have a great idea but you’re not sure exactly how to turn it into a killer session, let us know! We'll be happy to work with you to help your session shine; and BTW you can start reading this https://www.pycon.it/en/write-your-pycon-nove-abstract/

For more information see our Call for Proposals!


REGISTRATION

As a token of thanks, if your talk/tutorial will be accepted at PyCon Nove you will benefit of a free conference fee.

BTW: Early bird ticket fare is available until the community voting ends! If you buy early you can save the 40% 💰.

Buy your 🎟 today at https://www.pycon.it/en/registration and if you will be a speaker you'll be able to ask for money refund !-)


— Ernesto, 12 December 2017  cfpcall for proposaltutorialspeak at pycon9talk

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