PyBay2019 CFP - Pre-conference Workshops
PyBay 2018's workshops were a hit. All workshop leaders met/exceeded their attendees expectations, received a % of the tuition collected or donated their stipend to the conference. Participants learned a lot and the proceedings helped with PyBay's operational expenses and provided funds for scholarships. It was a win-win.

If you have a workshop idea, please submit your proposals here:

Feel free to browse prior years' workshops for pricing and inspirations
- https://www.pybay16.com/pre-conference-workshops
- https://2017.pybay.com/pre-conference-workshops
- https://2018.pybay.com/schedule/

Please present the info in the manner you'd want advertised on pybay.com if your workshop is selected. If you'd like to make edits to your abstract after you've submitted, please look for your submission confirmation email from Google.

If you have multiple tutorial ideas, please rinse and repeat.

If you need to have our decision before May 15, please let us know in the bottom of the form. We hope to finalize the talk selection first but in some cases, we can give you an answer sooner.

For any other questions, comments or concerns, please email this year's programming chair, Luis Meraz at luis@readygroup.io.

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Where do you reside? *
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Workshop Title *
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Audience level *
Workshop Length *
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Who should attend? *
Please elaborate on the background of your targeted students. What are the prerequisites?
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Workshop Description *
400-characters description of your presentation to be displayed in the conference program
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Detailed Abstract *
Please include your learning objectives if applicable
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Getting your students ready *
What should the students bring to the workshop? What should they have installed?
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Supporting staff *
Do you have TAs to help students set up and aid students who maybe falling behind? If so, please include their bio and experience.
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Workshop Leader's Bio *
Please include co-presenter's info, if any
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What is your desired number of students? *
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What is your minimum number of students to hold this workshop? Would you want to refund the students if we don't meet your minimum by a certain date? *
We know how much work there is to put together a tutorial and want to make sure this is worth your time as well
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Additional info to help us pitch your workshop *
Please include testimonials and/or other relevant info that can help you get to your desired number of attendees
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When can you give this workshop? *
Please check all that apply. Times slot below are approximates. Workshops will be happening simultaneously and I'd want to minimize scheduling workshops that target the same audience at the same time. Ideally, I'd like to have all the workshops on Thursday and Friday, but we may need to have some on Wed as well. If you want to deliver a full-day tutorial, please do not check the half-day slots :-)
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