WWCode Python Summit SATURDAY, NOV 2 | HONEYWELL, ATLANTA, GEORGIA Women Who Code is changing the face of tech, creating a more inclusive and diverse industry, and helping talented engineers and technology leaders achieve their potential. The WWCode Python Summit brings together industry experts from around the world to share their technical knowledge of Python coding and development including tools, platforms, and design frameworks. Join us for innovative talks, in-depth panels, technical workshops, to strengthen your technical skills and connect with your community.
Date And Time: Sat, November 2, 2019 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Location Honeywell 715 Peachtree St NE Atlanta, GA 30308
For more info: python.womenwhocode.dev
Are you interested in giving a Python technical talk or workshop at this event? The CFP is still open! python.womenwhocode.dev Call for Proposals Deadline is September 15
Women Who Code is the world’s largest and most active community dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers, WWCode is thrilled to bring this event to our community. Attendees will experience technical talks, hands-on workshops, in-depth panels, keynotes, and actionable advice from industry leading experts.
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We hope you can make it! Cheers, Women Who Code
This year, we are organizing a regional technical conference, WWCode Python Summit, taking a deep look at the latest and the future of Python coding and development including tools, platforms, and design frameworks, and we would love to have you there!
We are looking for dynamic speakers working in Python who want to share their technical and coding knowledge and would like to sincerely invite you and your colleagues to submit a talk or workshop proposal for WWCode Python Summit. This link has all the details https://python.womenwhocode.dev, including the Call For Proposal link at the top. Deadline for the submission is on September 15, 2019.
The proposal formats are opened as follows: Technical Talk, 25-30min plus 5-10min Q&A(35min); Workshop (50min), Lightning Talk (10min)
We do hope you will submit a talk / workshop proposal, and please invite others whom you think might be interested to do this as well.