Ever thought about speaking? Want to give speaking at PyCon a shot, but not sure what to talk about?
Even if you have a tiny inkling that you'd want to speak, beginner level or advanced, come to our workshop to get help brainstorming ideas & learn what makes a good proposal!
Join the PyLadies hangout, open to PyLadies and PyLaddies, with help from PyLadies' leaders, previous years PyCon speakers & current Program Committee members (e.g. the folks that review proposals) to ideate, write, and submit your proposal to speak, give a tutorial, or a poster session at PyCon 2013.
Space is limited by the Google Hangout technology. An invite link will be sent out about 15 minutes prior to the start time.
For those in the Bay Area, be sure to check out the PyLadies San Francisco meetup, Workshop: Talk Proposal Writing for PyCon, on Tuesday, August 28th.
- Click for more information in regards to speaking at PyCon.
- Collection of suggested ideas from the Python community on the PyCon blog.
- Melita Mihaljevic
- Calvin Spealman
- a great Reddit thread
- Anna Ravenscroft.
- Pro tips for conference talks via Craig Kerstiens
- How PyCon proposals are reviewed via Doug Hellman.
Thanks to Lynn Rogue and everyone else for pulling this together!