Calling all Spokane Pythonistas!¶
We are looking for speakers to present in 2023!
Speak at SPUG¶
Are you thinking of speaking at the Spokane Python User Group?
Great! We're looking forward to reading your proposal!
Never considered speaking at a meetup? We think you should! We love proposals from:
- People who've never spoken before (we'll help get you prepared!)
- People new to Python
- People who use Python in their spare time
- People who use Python professionally
- People who want to talk about something that isn't specifically Python
What adventure are you having with Python? Did you build something you're excited about? Did you learn something neat? What interesting problem have you solved recently? What do you wish someone would have told you years ago? Talks can be about anything that someone in the Python community would be interested in hearing about.
Keep in mind that:
- Talks do not need to be about Python, but your talk is more likely to be selected if it has some relevance to the Python community.
- You can (and are encouraged to!) submit as many talk proposals as you’d like.
Proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Meetups are every third Tuesday of the month.
VM Brasseur has compiled a list of public speaking resources to help speakers write talk proposals, prepare, and give their talk: Public Speaking Resources
Allison Kaptur has compiled a list of PyCon talk proposals to help potential speakers see how to write a talk proposal that will get accepted: Example Proposals
Nina Zakharenko has written a comprehensive guide on how to propose, prepare, and give technical talks: Ultimate Guide to Memorable Tech Talks
CFP inspired by PyCascades' CFP