PyDX 2016 is a chance for us to share knowledge and build the Cascadia Python community. We strongly encourage anyone and everyone to submit a tutorial proposal.
We will be accepting proposals from April 21st until July 31st.
There will be people of every Python skill level, so keep your audience in mind.
Keep your tutorial relevant and useful. Make sure you have a clear goal of what you want the audience to gain from your tutorial.
If you want to talk about a project you worked on, avoid “Look at the cool thing I did!” and focus more on “Look at how I did the cool thing.” and make sure the project is completed (or at least the relevant portion)
We’re looking for talks for any skill level
We're particularly looking for personal examples of Python use and the community, rather than commercial interests or advertisements for a product.
All talks and tutorials must follow the Code of Conduct
Talks should be 40 minutes
Tutorials should be 2 hours
Submissions are now closed
If you have any questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org