Pycon India 2009 invites you to the first ever Pycon in India, to deliver talks to share your experiences in academia or industry, and/ or expertise in all topics concerning Python.
For help on how to decide upon a topic and prepare the presentation, see Andrew Kuchling's talk at Pycon US 2009:
How to Give a Python Talk http://us.pycon.org/2009/conference/schedule/event/6/
Dates and Venue
Pycon India 2009 will be held on September 26 and 27, 2009 at IISc Bangalore. Deadline for submission of talks is August 1 2009, and acceptance will be conveyed for accepted talks by August 15 2009.
Sample topics (not exclusive)
- Web development using Python frameworks
- Python test frameworks
- Python CMSs
- Scientific Computing using Python
- DSL development using Python
- Beautiful Graphics with Python libraries
- OLPC (One Laptop Per Child project) and Python
The action will be at the following kinds of tracks. Regular and lightnning talks, tutorials, and sprints.
- The regular talks will be of 30 to 45 minutes duration each.
- The lightning talks will be (true to their name) of 5 minutes duration.
- Sprints will be hands-on collaborative interactive sessions to advance the art on a Python project.
How to submit
Proposal submitted must include the following
- Summary/ abstract
- Detailed talk outline, motivation, references/ links to any original work,
Final submission should include slide deck in pdf format and detailed notes for audience reference. Speakers are encouraged to use a liberal Creative Commons license for any material submitted.
Even simpler one from Singapore http://pycon.sit.rp.sg/conference
'All the stuff above this line is example only and needs to be removed before drafting the actual thing'