BelPy is a conference where Python users, or people interested in Python.
Gather to learn from each other and meet other members of the community.
This is the first edition of BelPy and will be entirely virtual due to the present circumstances. The BelPy team is continuing to work hard on making a conference that will allow everyone to have a great time and unlock new possibilities through Python. We are really excited to have you with us
When - 30 & 31 January 2021
Where- Online, for everyone from everywhere
BelPy 2021 Call For Proposals.
Being the first-ever edition of BelPy we invite all the Pythoneers out there to flaunt their knowledge.!
There are 2 categories of Proposals:
You can select the category from the ‘Proposal Type’ dropdown in the Proposal Submission Page.
- Free Access to the entire conference
- Appreciation Letter
- Talk video on BelPy youtube channel and pyvideo.org Note: No remuneration/ Honorarium will be paid to the speakers
Proposal Types Talks Workshop
- Proposal Types
- Talks If you’re going to walk the walk, you have to be able to talk the talk — the ‘Tech Talk’ that is.
Technology is becoming more and more important as we move forward, and it is changing our lives in ways that were unimaginable before. Trends such as the Internet of Things are enabling us to monitor and control our environment like never before. Machine learning is enabling computers to decide like—and sometimes better than humans. End-to-end encryption is giving us (back) privacy that can’t be undermined. Bitcoin and blockchain are revolutionizing the payment industry and domains beyond. Virtual and augmented reality are transforming a host of industries by enhancing the human experience. This is just a glimpse of where technology stands today. A whole lot of exciting opportunities are waiting beyond the horizon.
At BelPy Talks, we examine trends in technology, how they affect the way we live and do business, and the problems they solve. But we also discuss the evil side of technology, the darker implications of new tech and what we need to look out for. Talks are selected through a CFP (Call For Proposals) process. Interested members of the community propose their talks. An editorial panel designated by the organisers makes the selections.
Hands-on learning is as important as talks for a fulfilling conference experience. Like talks, workshops are also conducted by the members of the Python community.
Anyone can propose conducting a workshop. Any topic of interest to the Python community is okay - the workshop should help attendees learn a new skill, technology or library. In the CFP proposal, please mention an outline of the workshop and the prerequisites. And the slides if possible. Also mention if you have conducted the same workshop before. The workshop should be interspersed with proper hands-on exercises. After the workshop, people should be ramped up on the workshop topic and should be able to take it forward themselves.
What To Propose.
Anything of interest to Python Community and Python programmers is welcome.
- Data Science, Machine Learning and AI
- Networking and Security - Network Programming, Network Security and Encryption
- Web - Web development, APIs
- Frameworks - Django, web2py, Pylons etc.
- Scientific Computing
- Core Programming
- Or did you read some research paper and would like to explain the aspects of it or just enlighten with some views of yours? Yes, feel free to do so! Alternatively, just brainstorm and look around, you might just come up with a great idea that can catch your mind!