Call for Proposals

There will be a link to submit your proposal here when the CFP is open.

We welcome proposals from everyone. You don't need to be an expert, or an expert speaker. Below you can find out what kind of proposals we're seeking, but if you're in any doubt whether you should submit a proposal, please see...

Why you should submit a proposal

The call for proposals will be open until time TBA (Europe/London) on date TBA. Selections will be made after the CFP closes.

How to submit a more successful proposal

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Talks

Speak to the wonderful PyCon UK audience!

Come and talk about something you know in front of our friendly and welcoming audience. You don't need to be a world class expert to have something meaningful to contribute!

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Workshops

Share something you know! Workshops are longer hands-on sessions with small groups. Most workshops will be between 90 and 180 minutes long.

Other ideas

Your idea goes here! If you have something Python-related that you'd like to share, we'd love to know about it.

The deadline for submissions will be time TBA (Europe/London) on date TBA- but don't leave it until then. Selections will be made after the CFP closes.

There will be a link to submit your proposal here when the CFP is open.