In particular, we need to fill the Registration Manager role very soon as we're planning to open registration earlier this year than ever before. (More on that in a future posting!)
If you have any questions about any of the staff roles, feel free to ask on the organizers list or email any of the organizers individually!
RuPy 2009 committee is looking for speakers willing to present a Python, Ruby, Groovy or any other related subject.
If you have an interesting talk in mind go ahead and submit a talk proposal. The talk proposal should include a talk title, brief introduction and your short resume/biography.
To our invited speakers we offer free accommodation, full board and possibility to interact with a very lively IT community.
You are also free to participate in all the extra events - ‘Geek party’ always turns out great!
You can also support us by linking to our site and informing all your friends about the event and the possibility to submit a talk proposal.
Potential speakers should submit an abstract using the following form:
by September 30th, 2009 for consideration.
If you have any special presentation needs, let us know.
This conference provides a unique opportunity to learn and affect what is happening in the realm of scientific computing with Python.
Attendees have the opportunity to review the available tools and how they apply to specific problems.
By providing a forum for developers to share their Python expertise with the wider commercial, academic, and research communities, this conference fosters collaboration and facilitates the sharing of software components, techniques and a vision for high level language use in scientific computing.
The conference is hosted by the CACR (Center for Advanced Computing Research), on the Caltech Campus, Passadena, CA.
Venue: Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
Dates: 26th and 27th September 2009
How to register:
Register online at http://in.pycon.org/2009/ register before 1st August and get an early-bird discount or register directly at the conference.
Call for Proposals:
PyCon India is looking for proposals on all aspects of Python programming. We will accept a broad range of presentations, from reports on academic and commercial projects to tutorials and case studies. As long as the presentation is interesting and potentially useful to the Python community, it will be considered for inclusion in the conference.
All the talks will be within 45-60 minutes. There will also be a dedicated Lightning Talk session for talks no longer than five minutes.
More information about the conference can be found from the conference website http://in.pycon.org/2009/.