Python Porto meetups. Call for proposals
Python Porto meetups is a bi-monthly event aimed to bring together people interested in Python to share their experience and to learn something new about it. The next meetup is scheduled for the end of January. We are looking for speakers and workshop masters.

- Talks are 25 to 45-minute sessions including Q&A
- Workshops are 1-2 hours

TOPICS TO DISCUSS

- Python for beginners (introductory workshops or talks)
- Python in business (success or failure stories of using Python to solve specific domain problems)
- Python in system administration or DevOps
- Python in Web
- Scraping with Python
- Managing and Processing data with Python
- Data Analysis/ML/Deep learning with Python
- Python in science
- Hardware/IoT with Python
- Python ecosystem, packaging, managing environment, etc
- Python internals, performance optimization, code profiling
- Suggestions are welcome!

Fill this form to submit your talk or workshop proposal. We will get back to you to specify details as soon as we can to discuss the details of the talk, the date of the meetup and all the preparatory details.

If you don't have a definitive idea of what you want to talk about, and only have some ideas, which you want to discuss with us, fill in the "Talk abstract or your ideas" with them. Besides your personal information, it's the only required field.

The full calendar of upcoming and past events is available at https://www.meetup.com/pyporto/events/


TALK RULES

We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, etc. Sexual language and imagery, as well as offensive remarks related to personal characteristics or choices are not appropriate. From practical point of view, most of double meaning jokes fall into this category. Just avoid them.

The Python Porto community has a code of conduct, and we ask you to read it carefully and respect it: https://pythonporto.org/code-of-conduct/

Meetup talks are for sharing Python knowledge. That’s why we prohibit public head hunting and commercial talks. More specifically, the talk doesn’t have to be designed to influence a purchase in any form. The talk may present specifics about a given product in order to illustrate a point, but not looking to sell a product. The same is about head hunting. Speakers are more than welcome to make references to their company experience to make their examples more practical, but they must refrain from doing hiring announcements.

Same rules applied for lightning talks or workshops. If you are not sure if your talk fits the rules, please contact us.
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