[Baypiggies] Bay Area mini-PyCon
wescpy at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 20:19:44 EDT 2016
Oops, sorry, the call for proposals has been extended to next Fri, Jun 24
<http://pybay.com/#!call-for-proposals/sonxv>. (I'm also fairly sure the
timezone is "PDT", not "PST" as stated.)
On Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 4:38 PM, wesley chun <wescpy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Reminder that today is the last day to submit talk proposals. Below is a
> message from the primary organizer (some of you know Grace already who also
> runs the SF Python Meetup <http://meetup.com/sfpython>). The earlybird
> tickets did start selling yesterday.
> If your company uses Python as part of your stack, or if your software
> tool supports the Python ecosystem, you’ll want to know about a new
> opportunity for your engineers to learn from industry leaders, showcase
> what you do, and network for your next hire.
> SF Python <http://sfpython.org/> is organizing PyBay <http://pybay.com>,
> the first Python Conference in SF, August 19-21. We will have about 35
> talks, with Raymond Hettinger and Jessica Mckellar
> <http://web.mit.edu/jesstess/www/> delivering keynotes; 4 tracks; 400-600
> devs; and all in 1 weekend. This is a regional version of the always
> sold-out PyCon <https://twitter.com/hashtag/pycon2016?src=hash>. The
> difference? All local devs, more intimate, a dedicated hallway track for
> all-weekend-long hacking/discussions/open space sessions with like-minded
> engineers, no traveling cost involved, and yoga classes + free massages
> to keep you in top shape (if sponsor secured). More details at
> Would you consider allocating budget for your team to attend PyBay
> <http://pybay.com/> and encourage your team to submit talks? The call for
> proposal <http://www.pybay.com/#!call-for-proposals/sonxv> ends on June 17.
> Aside from sponsorship opportunities
> <http://www.pybay.com/#!sponsorship/z49gr>, you may find the partner talk
> slot, massage, and conference backpack options interesting. The partner
> talk slot opportunity will probably sell out, so act on it now or let
> Conference Chair gracelaw at mac.com know if you are thinking about it. She
> is also happy to work with you on other suggestions to maximize your
> A limited number of early bird tickets will go on sale around June 16. Sign
> up at the bottom of the conference website home page to receive updates.
> Thanks sooo much for considering and please do pass this along to people
> whom you think can benefit! If you are the first to help us get press on
> Hacker News, TechCrunch or similar sites, send links to gracelaw at mac.com
> to receive a free O’Reilly ebook.
> Grace Law
> PyBay and SF Python Organizer
> On Sat, Jun 11, 2016 at 12:21 AM, Grant Ridder <shortdudey123 at gmail.com>
>> Any further info about the dates? Which weekend it is will determine if
>> i attend / submit a talk since i already have plans one of the weekends.
>> On Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 3:13 PM, Simeon Franklin <simeonf at gmail.com>
>>> Hey All -
>>> I'm helping organize a Bay Area mini-PyCon. We hope to provide a
>>> three-day Weekend conference open to 400-600 Pythonistas at the end of
>>> August. We haven't nailed down our venue or the exact date yet but we do
>>> have Jessica McKellar and Raymond Hettinger lined up to offer the keynote
>>> addresses. See pybay.com for all the details.
>>> I hope you'll come - but I'm actually writing hoping you'll come and
>>> speak! The call for proposals closes on the 17th and we would love it if
>>> you'd submit your talk <http://www.pybay.com/#!call-for-proposals/sonxv>.
>>> Early submitters may get feedback from the content committee to improve the
>>> odds of your proposal being accepted so please don't wait till the last
>>> Simeon Franklin
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