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Call for Proposals Information

The PyOhio CFP closed on May 15.

We want to hear from you! PyOhio invites you to submit a proposal for a presentation. We’re looking for talks on all topics of interest to the PyOhio community.

Continuing with the format we’ve used in 2020-2021, we will be presenting all short talks. When submitting a proposal you can choose one of two talk types:

  • 5 minute: quick introduction or overview of a topic
  • 10-15 minute: more time for some details without a large time committment from presenters or attendees

Talks will be pre-recorded and streamed during the event. They will be made available for viewing on-demand shortly after streaming. We will be providing an online venue for discussion and curated Q&A (optional for presenters.)

We know some of you have many talk ideas but in order to help with our review process we are limiting the CFP to 3 proposals per person. If you submit more than 3 we will ask you to remove those in excess.

Submit your proposals at the PyOhio CFP site

Information and tips for preparing a presentation

Potential Topics

This is an incomplete list of potential topics meant as suggestions:

  • API development
  • Career
  • Community
  • Data science
  • DevOps
  • Documentation
  • Front-end development for Python users
  • Hobbies with Python
  • Tech management
  • Testing
  • Tips & patterns
  • Web development and/or frameworks