PyHawaii Call for Presentations
Please describe your proposed talk/presentation for an upcoming PyHawaii event. We are looking for a wide variety of talks on all things Python!
What level of skill is your talk aimed at?
What category BEST describes your talk?
Best Practices and Patterns
Data Analysis/Data Science
Python Core (Language, Standard Library, etc)
Soft skills (teamwork, people skills, project management, communication, etc)
How long is your talk (in minutes)? NOTE: depending on the number of talks, we may ask speakers to adjust the length of their talks to accommodate.
5 min (lightning talk)
Short title for your presentation
Provide a brief one or two line description of your talk.
Provide a detailed description of your talk. NOTE: Abstracts WILL be posted online or included in the Event Program.
Use this space to include additional comments or details to help the reviewers understand your topic, etc. This will NOT be included online or in the Event Program.
Include a brief bio explaining you, your background, etc. NOTE: Bios may be posted online and included in the Meetup postings/emails.
If you OR your presentation has specific needs for success (Audio visual accompaniment, a white board, accessibility accommodations (wheelchair access, etc)), please clarify what those needs are.
Is this your first talk? Do you want/need some assistance?
We have mentors who can assist you in getting a talk ready: we can help with code, presentation skills, practice, etc.
Yes, I would like some help
No, I'm good
Not sure if I need help, it might be good to talk to someone.
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