PyBay2019 CFP - Main Talks
PyBay is a developer-centric conference, focused primarily but not exclusively on the Python language. We'd love to have you share your expertise in:

• Python in the world of data science
• Machine learning and artificial intelligence with Python
• Data visualization, data wrangling...
• DevOps and infrastructure with Python
• Frameworks and tools
• High performance, reliable, and scalable applications
• Core Python language features
• Programming hardware with Python
• Building, integrating, or migrating your project using Python
• The people side of engineering and community
• Other stuff you're passionate about

We highly value how much the attendees will learn and favor talks that go into details rather than staying at a high level. We also favor talks with a broad appeal vs. a narrow audience. Humor is always a bonus!

Feel free to browse prior years' talk list or watch SF Python's talk videos for inspiration

Talk submissions will close on Sat April 13th at 11:59 PST. You'll be notified as to whether or not your talk proposal has been submitted via email by early-May. The talks selected will be published on shortly thereafter.

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