02-04 Oct, 2015 Schedule Published


PyCon India, the premier conference in India on using and developing the Python programming language is conducted annually by the Python developer community. It attracts the best Python programmers across the country and abroad.

Guidelines

  • Proposal should have objective with clear expectation for audience.
  • Proposal description should be short and to the point.
  • Proposal should have proper prerequisites like environment setup, library version.
  • No proposal will be selected without link to appropriate session content like presentation, pdf, code snippets etc ...
  • Proposal content links can be updated later.
  • Proposal content should adhere to code of conduct.
  • Proposal content shouldn't have company name through out the content. Mention of employer is allowed only in the beginning of the content (presentation/pdf).
  • Background image/wallpaper shouldn't contain company name/logos.
  • Selection/Rejection about talks will notified via email.
  • For any questions, please write to contact@in.pycon.org.

Note: If your proposal isn't displayed, you must have saved in draft mode. Edit your proposal to make it public.

Proposal Sections

  1. Core Python - Language Features, Python Implementations, Standard Library, Algorithms, C APIs
  2. Embedded Python - Embedded Python, Device Interfacing, Robotics, Raspberry Pi, Arduino
  3. Concurrency - Parallel Processing, Async IO
  4. Scientific Computing - Scientific/Numeric Libraries
  5. Data Visualization and Analytics - Visualizations, Statistics, Big Data
  6. Web Development - Web Frameworks, Restful Interfaces
  7. Security - Web Security, Server Security, Cryptography, Encryption
  8. Testing - Unit Testing, Selenium, py.test, Nose
  9. Network Programming - Socket programming, Async IO
  10. Python 3k - Features, Python 2 to 3 migration experience, Writing compatible 2 and 3 code
  11. Infrastructure - Configuration management, Automation, Cloud Infrastructure, Continuous Integration
  12. Others - Others

Proposal Types

  1. Talks - Talks are focussed on a topic for 40 minutes.
  2. Workshops - Workshops are in depth hands on session for 2 hours and 30 minutes

Selected Proposals

Workshops

0 5

1. Getting Started with Ansible

Aditya Patawari (~aditya6) 20 May, 2015

1 31

2. Let's Learn Statistics !

Bargava Subramanian (~bargava) 03 May, 2015

0 6

3. Using devstack to contribute to OpenStack

Swapnil Kulkarni (~coolsvap) 08 May, 2015



10 12

6. Python on your Mobile Phone(advanced concepts)

Akshay Arora (~akshayaurora) 26 May, 2015

5 15

7. Django Projects the Right way!

Saurabh Kumar (~theskumar) 06 May, 2015


0 30

9. Thinking in Functions

Anoop Thomas Mathew (~atmb4u) 31 May, 2015

Workshops

0 31

2. Bayesian Learning using Python

Abinash Panda (~abinashpanda) 31 May, 2015

0 9

3. Business Intelligence with Python

Gurjot Singh (~gurjot) 31 May, 2015

1 9

5. Learn Django, Redis and Celery by visualizing Twitter data.

Haris Ibrahim K. V. (~harisibrahimkv) 31 May, 2015

0 8

10. Make your own Packet Sniffer

Anshul Behl (~anshul2) 26 May, 2015

0 4

15. Geo-Python! Python for spatial data

Prasun K. Gupta (~prasunkgupta) 08 May, 2015

0 10

17. Testing 101 with py.test

Praveen Shirali (~praveen2) 26 Apr, 2015

0 32

18. Cyber Intelligence using Python

Shubham Mittal (~shubham) 05 Apr, 2015

2 14

20. Beginning Automation with Ansible

Anuvrat Parashar (~bhanuvrat) 26 Mar, 2015

3 9

22. Ruling Network Layers via Python

Ishan Upadhyaya (~ishan) 23 Mar, 2015

2 35

24. Distributed Programming with Celery

Eswar Vandanapu (~gotpredictions) 18 Mar, 2015