Call for SF Python Holiday Party Lightning Talk
On 12/8/2016, SF Python will host the largest get together for Python Devs outside of PyCon/PyBay. Similar to last year, we will have a main talk by Raymond Hettinger (responsible for bisect, collections, decimal, functools, itertools, math, random, with types like namedtuple, sets, dictionaries, etc.), and we'd like to hear from you!

We’d love a variety of topics, preferably injected with humor, just because. Consider using this opportunity to showcase the open source project you have been working on, we’ll have plenty of time and breakout rooms to turn your topic into an ‘Open Space’ discussion.

We should have time for 8-10 5-mins Lightning talks and would love to make the final decision by the 3rd week of Nov. However, we'd love to decide sooner than that.

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