The call covers tutorial, talk, and poster applications, and we’re
expecting to blow the previous record of 250 applications out of the
water. Put together your best 3-hour class proposals for one of the
tutorial sessions on March 7 and 8. Submit your best talks on any
range of topics for the conference days, March 9 through 11. The
poster session will be in full swing on Sunday with a series of 4'x4'
posters and an open floor for attendees to interact with presenters.
Get your applications in early - we want to help you put together the
best proposal possible, so we’re going to work with submitters as
applications come in.
See more details and submit your talks here: http://us.pycon.org/2012/speaker/
We’re also looking for feedback from your past PyCon experiences along
with what you’re looking for in the future, by way of our 2012
Guidance Survey at
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/pycon2012_launch_survey. The attendees
make the conference, so every response we get from you makes a
difference in putting together the best conference we can.
If you or your company is interested in sponsoring PyCon, we’d love to
hear from you. Join our growing list with Diamond sponsors Google and
Dropbox, and Platinum sponsors Microsoft, Nasuni, SurveyMonkey, and
Gondor by Eldarion. CCP Games, Linode, Walt Disney Animation Studios,
Canonical, DotCloud, Loggly, Revolution Systems, ZeOmega, bitly,
ActiveState, JetBrains, Snoball, Caktus Consulting Group, and Disqus
make up our Gold sponsors. The Silver sponsors so far are 10gen,
GitHub, Olark, Wingware, net-ng, Imaginary Landscape, BigDoor, Fwix,
AG Interactive, Bitbucket, The Open Bastion, Accense Technology, Cox
Media Group, and myYearbook. See our sponsorship page at
http://us.pycon.org/2012/sponsors/ for more details.