Code of Conduct
Call for Papers
PyCon CZ 2017 Prague
Submit your workshop
We'll keep it secret, for internal use only.
Tell us a bit about yourself! Who you are, where are you from, what are your experiences with Python. Be wild, be creative!
Photo of yourself which we can publish on our website
At a workshop, you should present hands-on excercises for participants to learn from. You'll get a room and a slot in the agenda, and participants will need to register.
At a sprint, participants help an open-source project -- usually by cloning the repo and trying to fix beginner-level issues, while you'll provide one-to-one mentorship. If several experienced developers are around, sprints are also a good place for serious design discussions. Sprinters only need a table to sit around, reliable wifi, and dedication to do great things!
Public title. What topic/project is it all about?
Full description of your workshop or sprint. Please also describe requirements: libraries and Python version to be installed, required experience with topics/libraries, etc.
Does you audience require high level of specialized knowledge (of Python, a library, etc.), or is it suitable for everyone?
Full day (most sprints go here!)
Something else! (Please leave a note in the abstract!)
How much time does your workshop take? Sprints usually take the whole day, but workshops are organized in smaller blocks. You can also have a full-day workshop with lunch break, but keep in mind that the length could discourage attendees!