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PyCon Ireland 2022 CFP is now open
CFP submissions are open for PyCon Ireland 2022 - deadline Monday 29th August 2022 (midnight Irish Time).
Workshops (approx 2-3 hours long) are also particularly welcome.
Please note the considerations at the bottom of this listing.
On behalf of Python Ireland, we would like to invite you to submit a new workshop or talk proposal for the PyCon Ireland annual conference this year on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th November 2022 in the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Dublin.
This year’s conference consists of two tracks of talks along with two tracks of workshops. Python Ireland are looking for talks from all fields of application as long as they are strongly related to python and its use, including Data Science , IOT, Natural Sciences, GIS , Big Data, Database Systems, Data Engineering and more.
Proposals on any subject are welcomed, at any level of technical expertise. The deadline for submissions is midnight of Friday 26th August 2022
We believe that the Irish Tech Community would be very well placed to make an engaging contribution to what promises to be our most exciting conference yet.
The conference, fully volunteer organized is only possible with the help of people from the community stepping forward to share their time and knowledge.
The Python Ireland Committee
Please note some key considerations:
IMPORTANT: If you intend to travel, please secure your accomodation as soon as possible.
There is always events taking place in Dublin city each weekend. You can mitigate costs by booking something immediately.
2. The "Everyone Pays" Principle:
With a view to keeping the ticket prices low and accessible to everyone, PyCons around the world use the "Everybody Pays" principle.
We confirm that this principle is observed by PyCon Ireland, even applying it to the board of directors, and the management team.
This principle is well explained in the following post by Jesse Noller:
We point out that there are Early bird tickets and Student Tickets, as well as contingencies for financial aid assistance. Revert to myself if this is something you wish to discuss.
Please note that there will be video recording of the talks, which will then be published on Youtube under the Youtube licence:
We are excited to announce that the third edition of the PyData Global online conference will take place December 1-3.
Building on the successes of last year’s event, we are back and would like to invite PyData you to join us again at the event. The PyData Global conference is an online event where users, contributors, developers, and newcomers of data analysis tools from around the world can share experiences to learn from one another and grow together. This three-day event will consist of talks, tutorials, workshops, and discussions to bring attendees the latest project features, cutting edge use cases, and best practices, new approaches, and emerging technologies for data management, processing, analytics, and visualization.
The Call for Proposals is also currently open. The deadline to submit a talk, tutorial, workshop, or lightning talk proposal is September 12: https://pydata.org/global2022/present/. Multiple submissions are good and first-time speakers are encouraged to submit.
Tickets for PyData Global 2022 will again follow a pay-what-you-can pricing model and can be registered here: https://pydata.org/global2022/tickets/
We aim to be an accessible, community-driven conference, with novice to advanced level presentations.
PyData is organized by—and all proceeds benefit— NumFOCUS, a U.S. 501(c)(3) public charity. Proceeds are used for the continued development of open-source tools used by data scientists and the advancement of the NumFOCUS mission to promote sustainable high-level programming languages, open code development, and reproducible scientific research.
We thank you all for your support, and look forward to another fantastic event-season this December! Follow us on twitter @PyData for updates or email us at [masked] if you have questions or concerns. We hope to see you there!
PyData Global Organizing Committee