This week marks your last opportunity to submit proposals to present at PyCon Australia 2014, the national conference for the Python programming community, to be held on August 2 and 3 in Brisbane, Queensland.
The deadline for proposal submission is Friday April 25, 2014, and more information can be found at http://pycon-au.org/cfp
PyCon Australia is an excellent opportunity to share experience and knowledge with like-minded Python developers from all walks of life -- we attract professional developers from industry, government, science and education, along with enthusiast and student developers. Presentations can be targeted at all skill levels, on any topic related to Python programming.
This year, DjangoCon AU returns under the PyCon Australia umbrella, it'll run on Friday 1 August, before the main conference. Every Django-related proposal we receive in the PyCon Australia CFP will also be considered as part of the DjangoCon AU programme.
Likewise, we'll also be running a Science and Data Analysis miniconf alongside DjangoCon AU. Every Science, Engineering, and Data Analysis-related proposal will be considered as part of that miniconf's programme.
If you're a first-time Python developer, don't be afraid to submit a presentation -- we're a community-driven conference, and we have a focus on building the next generation of Python programmers.
We can't wait to see your proposals.
About PyCon Australia
PyCon Australia is the national conference for the Python Programming Community. The fifth PyCon Australia will be held on August 1--5, 2014 in Brisbane, bringing together professional, student and enthusiast developers with a love for developing with Python. PyCon Australia informs the country’s Python developers with presentations, tutorials and panel sessions by experts and core developers of Python, as well as the libraries and frameworks that they rely on.To find out more about PyCon Australia 2014, visit our website at http://pycon-au.org or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. PyCon Australia is presented by Linux Australia (www.linux.org.au) and acknowledges the support of our Platinum Sponsor, Red Hat, and our Gold sponsors, Google Australia and Netbox Blue. For full details of our sponsors, see our website.