This is a second call for submissions to PyConZA 2022.
PyConZA 2022 will take place on the 13th & 14th of October, 2022. This year, PyConZA will be a hybrid conference (with in-person and online access) hosted at the Premier Splendid Inn in Umhlanga, Durban.
To accommodate speakers who are unable to travel to Durban, we will be accepting a small number of talks to be given remotely.
We are looking for the following presentations: - Keynotes (45 minute long talks on a subject of general interest) - Talks (30 minute long talks on more specific topics) - Remote Talks: (30 minute talks to be delivered remotely - note that the number of remote submissions we can accommodate is limited).
We are accepting submissions for tutorials, which will run on the 12th of October. Tutorials can either be half-day (4 hours) or full-day (8 hours).
If you would like to give a presentation, please register at https://za.pycon.org/ and submit your proposal, following the instructions at https://za.pycon.org/talks/submit-talk/ . We have a number of tracks available, including: Data Science, Teaching and Learning with Python, Web, Scientific Computing, Testing and Other (which includes all talks that don't fall under the mentioned tracks). We hope to notify accepted presenters by no later than the 14th of September 2022.
Speakers will be expected to be available after the presentation for a short Q&A session. Shared sessions are also possible. The presentations will be in English.
PyConZA offers a mentorship program for inexperienced speakers. If you would like assistance preparing your submission, email email@example.com with a rough draft of your talk proposal and we'll find a suitable experienced speaker to act as a mentor.
If you want to present something that doesn't fit into the standard talk categories at PyConZA, please contact the organising committee at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can discuss whether that will be feasible.
-- Neil Muller On behalf of the PyConZA organising committee