We want to make sure that this conference totally rocks, and the only way we can do that is with your participation. If you are working on something that you think is awesome and want to share it with others in the Python community, please submit an abstract.
English is the preferred presentation language, however Hebrew submissions will be considered as well (see Language section below). Abstracts should be up to 250 words and be written to convince people to come and listen.
All talks may be recorded and published on the internet for free, along with a recording of the slide deck, live-demo or other on-presenter-screen activity as well as a transcript and subtitles. We do this for the benefit of the larger Python community and those who can’t make it to the conference. For this reason you will see an agreement before submitting this form, allowing us to publish the recordings under Creative Common Attribution (CC BY) license.
* Workshop/sprints submission deadline: 30-Apr-2017
* Decision (including standby list) by: 11-May-2017
* Django Girls TLV: 11-June-2017
* PyCon Israel sessions start: 12-June-2017
* PyCon Israel workshops start: 14-June-2017
Registration is done here: https://ti.to/pycon-israel/pycon-israel-2017
* PyData, Scientific Computing, Data Science (will have a designated track)* Educational usage* Hacking, Security, Cyber* DB, Big Data* Tips / Tricks; Python black magic, new features * Interesting implementations, integration / embedding into other tools or products* Frameworks / Platforms, web, new or upcoming projects* Python and cloud technologies* QA / QE, Automation, CI, DevOps* Documentation* Community / Open-Source talks related to Python
Other than standard sessions, we will also accept workshops and sprints this year. Please specify in your submission this is a sprint or workshop and choose the relevant length.
However, since PyCon IL is hosted in Israel and PyCon has traditionally always been very open to the local Python communities, we are also accepting a small number of talks in Hebrew.
The talk submission form lets you choose the language you want to give the talk in. If you speak Hebrew and don't feel comfortable presenting in English, please submit the talk title and abstract directly in Hebrew.