PyLondinium is a gathering of Python programming language enthusiasts, organised in the City of London by volunteers.
What are we looking for?
We’re looking for proposals on anything related to Python!
We would love to hear how you are starting out as a Python novice, or how you’re living life as a Python expert. Come tell us about your favourite framework or your latest application. Maybe you’re a data scientist working on some interesting numerical computation or machine learning - we would love to hear from you. If you have introduced Python to your organisation or you’ve led your team’s migration to Python 3, come and tell us all about it. If you’re one of the heroes that has supported the language and the community through your work or in your free time, please, come, tell us, and let us thank you in person. If you have any story of how the Python community has helped your personal and professional development PyLondinium is the best forum to tell the world about it!
What is the format?
All talks follow the standard “talk with slides” format. There are two flavours:
- Talk - allocated in slots of 25 minutes. Depending on your preference you can either present for the full 25 minutes or present for 20 minutes with a 5 minute Q&A session at the end.
- Lightning talk - allocated in slots of 5 minutes with no Q&A session at the end. Registering for a lightning talk will happen on the day of the conference.
What should I put in my proposal?
Please, make sure to include the following content in your proposal:
Format - Would you like to do a standard 25 minute talk or a 5 minute lightning talk?
Title - Every talk needs a catchy title!
Elevator Pitch - Give us a brief 1-2 sentence summary of what your talk is all about. You can also tell us about your talk’s target audience and why it would be of interest to them.
Description - Give us a more detailed description of your talk. Don’t be afraid to go into technical details here! If you already have a rough talk structure in mind, feel free to write it in this section.
Bio - Please, in a few words, tell us more about yourself! What are you passionate about? Have you presented at conferences before? Really, whatever you feel might be of interest to us and your audience.
Q: When does the PyLondinium 2020 CFP close?
A: The CFP will close on Wednesday, 24th March 2020 at 23:59 GMT.
Q: Can I submit more than one talk?
A: Yes! However, in case more than one of your talks is accepted, the organising committee will ask you to choose only one of them to present on the day of the conference.