TPC 2019 - Call For Tutorial Sessions
Are you an experienced instructor or speaker who would like to offer a course at The Perl Conference this year in Pittsburgh?

Great! We hereby invite you to participate by submitting a Tutorial Session!

We would like to offer the Perl community a selection of courses and tutorials before and after the conference. This is your chance to be a part of that.

Submissions accepted until March 1st!

Email address *
Your email is only shared with the organizers.
Class Title *
Make it catchy with a few words that capture the essence of the session.
Your answer
Description *
This is what will be placed on the website. Make sure to include all relevant information, including prerequisites, supplies students should bring, and a course outline. (Course outline optional)
Your answer
Course Length *
Requested Date(s) *
Supplies you will be providing to students *
eg: slides, pdfs, outlines, an open mind, etc
Your answer
Maximum Class Size *
Your answer
List of Requirements for the Venue/Notes to the Planning Committee *
A/V, Internet, etc
Your answer
Cost of the Class, per student *
Please keep in mind TPC will also need to add an administrative fee to this initial cost
Your answer
Speaker(s) Info
First Name *
This will be displayed on conference material -- while we prefer a full name, it is fine to use an alias.
Your answer
Last Name *
Indicate 'N/A' if using an alias
Your answer
Bio *
Tell us something about you. Why should people be excited to hear you speak? This will be part of the published schedule and program, and may be edited for clarity. (If you're submitting multiple talks, we only need one bio. Feel free to type NA for second, etc submission(s))
Your answer
Company / Organization
Optional. This will be shown with your bio.
Your answer
Job Title / Role
Optional. This will be shown with your bio.
Your answer
Mobile Phone
Please supply a number where you can be reached during the conference. This is used in case the conference team needs to call you. Please include your full area code and/or an international calling code if outside the United States.
Your answer
Optional. Where do you live? Please specify "City, State" or "City, Country." This will be shown with your bio.
Your answer
Optional. This will be shown with your bio.
Your answer
Twitter Username
Optional. This will be shown with your bio.
Your answer
CPAN Username
Optional. This will be shown with your bio.
Your answer
Are there any accessibility accommodations you need?
Your answer
Thank you! Here's some more information:
The Perl Conference in Pittsburgh Call for Tutorials is now open! The Call for Tutorials closes March 1st, 2019 11:59:59 PM EDT, and speakers will be notified by April 1, 2019. That's no joke!

The Perl Conference in Pittsburgh takes place June 16-21 at the Double Tree by Hilton Downtown in Pittsburgh, PA.

Key components for the evaluation process:
* Interesting and catchy title
* Clarity of thought and presentation
* Fresh, current, unique perspectives

When evaluating a proposal we are also looking at (Make sure your proposal answers these questions!):
* Who is this for?
* What will they learn?
* Why does it matter?

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