Call for Speakers

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Python User Group Belgium

planned future dates

18 Apr 2024, 27 Jun 2024, 26 Sep 2024, 28 Nov 2024

location

Brussels, Belgium


The Python User Group in Belgium is a community of Python enthusiasts who come together to learn, share, and discuss all things Python.

Members of the group range from beginner to advanced levels, and everyone is welcome to join. The group meets on a regular basis to learn from presentations and workshops, share their own experiences and projects, and network with other members. In the future, the group might also host regular events such as hackathons and coding competitions, to promote Python and its uses.

Whether you are a seasoned developer or just starting out with Python, the Python User Group in Belgium is the place to be for anyone interested in the language.

The focus is on knowledge sharing and community building, commercial intents are frowned upon. All events are entirely free-of-charge.

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Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

01 Jan 2024

Call closes at 11:59 PM

31 Dec 2024

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We welcome everyone from the community to participate! First time speaker of experienced, we're happy to have you!


Guidelines:

We appreciate the time, effort and interest you put in delivering your talk. To ensure we are all aligned in expectations, please be mindful of the following points when preparing/delivering your session:

  • Commercial intents are frowned upon (avoid "sales pitches")
  • Talks should be around 20 minutes (not including Q&A)
  • Be mindful of people's different levels of expertise (expected experience or requirements for a tutorial/workshop is a good idea)
  • Abide by the code of conduct


Topics:

We are interested in all things Python! Would like to share but not sure where to start? Here are some topics/ideas we're always on the lookout for:

  • How to get started with a particular library/framework
  • Best practices/tips and tricks for new Python developers
  • Personal experience/review on a particular library/framework
  • How Python is being used for education
  • Personal project walk through
  • Hardware/infrastructure
  • Security tools and securing Python
  • Data science, AI, Machine Learning
  • Video Games (or game-related tooling) written in Python
  • Embedded software (MicroPython, CircuitPython, etc.)
  • Tutorials/workshops
  • Lightening talks

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