[PyCon-Organizers] PyCon 2009 (US) - Call for tutorials Extended to 11/3
doug.napoleone at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 20:48:16 CET 2008
We should get an announcement out on the blog:
and note that the deadline is approaching for both talks and tutorials.
For some reason blogger does not like my google account, so I cant
seem to do it :-(
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 3:28 PM, Greg Lindstrom <gslindstrom at gmail.com> wrote:
> We have had requests to extend the deadline for submitting Tutorial
> Proposals for PyCon 2009 (US) through the weekend and are willing to do so.
> We will accept tutorial proposals through Monday, November 3.
> The period for submitting tutorial proposals for Pycon 2009 (US) is open and
> will continue through Monday, November 3rd. This year features two
> "pre-conference" days devoted to tutorials on Wednesday March 25 & Thursday
> March 26 in Chicago. This allows for more classes than ever.
> Tutorials are 3-hours long on a specific topic of your choice. Last year we
> featured classes on Learning Python, Web Development, Scientific Computing,
> and many more. Class size varied from 10 to over 60 students. The extended
> time spent in class allows teachers to cover a lot of material while
> allowing for interaction with students.
> The full Call for Tutorial Proposals, including submission details, an
> example proposal as well as a template, is available at
> Tutorial selections will be announced in early December to give you time to
> prepare your class and PyCon will compensate instructors US$1,500 per
> If you have any questions, please contact pycon-tutorials at python.org.
> Greg Lindstrom
> Tutorial Coordinator, PyCon 2009 (US)
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