3 May - 1 Jul, 2019 Proposal submission closed


Workshops for PyCon India 2019

Workshops are an important part of the PyCon India. Hands on learning is as important as talks for a fulfilling conference experience. Like talks, workshops are also conducted by the members of the Python community. To streamline the selection of topics for the workshops, we use a process similar to the Talks CFP.

Here are some notable points about workshops at PyConIndia 2019:

  • CFP Opens: 3rd May
  • CFP Closes: 1st July
  • Schedule Announcement: 1st August
  • Presented on: 14th October
  • Venue: IITM Research Park
  • Six workshops across three tracks
  • Duration: 2.5 hours
  • Up to 40 attendees per workshop

Anyone can propose for conducting a workshop. Any topic of interest to the Python community is okay - the workshop should help attendees learn a new skill, technology or library. To get a sense of the topics from last year, take a look here.

All the facilities needed to conduct the workshop will be provided. This includes plug points, projectors etc. Attendees will be bringing their own laptops.

In the CFP proposal, please mention an outline of the workshop and the prerequisites. And the slides if possible. Also mention if you have conducted the same workshop before.

The workshop should be interspersed with proper hands-on exercises. After the workshop people should be ramped up on the workshop topic, and should be able to take it forward themselves.

Proposal Sections

  1. Game Design and 3D Modelling - Python in developing games, 3-D modelling and animation
  2. Embedded Python and IOT - MicroPython, Python on Hardware, Robotics, Arduino and Raspberry Pi
  3. Networking and Security - Network Programming, Network Security and Encryption
  4. Web development - Web, Apis, Microservices
  5. Developer tools and automation - Testing, CI/CD, Containers, Orchestration, Logging and Monitoring
  6. Data Science, Machine Learning and AI
  7. Desktop Applications - Qt, GTK+, Tkinter, Gnome, KDE, Accessibility
  8. Scientific Computing - Python usage in scientific computing and research. GIS, Mathematics, Simulations
  9. Core Python - Language Features, Python Implementations, Extending Python and Standard Library, language internals
  10. Others - Everything else that may be of interest to the audience.

Proposal Types

  1. Workshop

List of Proposals

1 14

1. Getting Started with MicroPython

Vinay Keerthi K T (~vinay_keerthi) 08 May, 2019

1 2

8. Machine Learning on Graphs

Joydeep Bhattacharjee (~infinite-Joy) 15 May, 2019

2 4

10. AI/ML to production with RedisAI

Sherin Thomas (~hhsecond) 16 May, 2019

1 4

13. Python Master Class for Data Science

aniruddha chaudhari (~aniruddha93) 17 May, 2019

2 1

15. Complete IoT framework using sensor nodes in Python

CHANDRA PRAKASH (~chandra64) 22 May, 2019

1 1

16. Debian Packaging of python modules

MANAS-KASHYAP (~Manas-kashyap) 23 May, 2019

3 2

18. Bayes theorem for beginners

Noufal Ibrahim (~nibrahim) 27 May, 2019

1 3

19. Chatbots 101

Bhavani Ravi (~bhavaniravi) 28 May, 2019

1 0

25. Xarrays and climate data analysis

Aditya N (~aditya246) 04 Jun, 2019

2 1

26. Geospatial API with Python and PostGIS

Nick Doiron (~mapmeld) 05 Jun, 2019

2 0

30. Advanced Data Science Practices using PySpark

Chinukapoor kapooor (~chinukapoor) 15 Jun, 2019

1 0

38. Building Search Experience on your Website using Elasticsearch

Aravind Putrevu (~aravind34) 19 Jun, 2019

8 0

41. Advanced Data Analysis using Pandas/Numpy

Anant Gupta (~anant79) 21 Jun, 2019

0 0

42. Making Our 1st Kaggle Submission

rushikesh jachak (~rushikesh) 23 Jun, 2019

1 0

45. Web Development flask Server

shishir naresh (~shishir83) 25 Jun, 2019

4 0

48. Untwisting Twisted!

UltimateCoder (~ultimatecoder) 26 Jun, 2019

3 0

50. Serverless with OpenFaaS and Python

Vivek Kumar Singh (~viveksyngh) 28 Jun, 2019

1 0

52. Time Series Analysis with Python

G POORNA PRUDHVI (~poornagurram) 28 Jun, 2019

1 0

55. Testing, TDD in Python

Srimathi H (~srimathi) 29 Jun, 2019

3 0

57. Build your own AI agent

Hemant Rakesh (~hemant56) 30 Jun, 2019

1 0

58. Yet another introduction to Python

Anuvrat Parashar (~bhanuvrat) 30 Jun, 2019

1 0

60. Deep RL - Achieving Superhuman Performance at Games

The Syzygian Inferno (~Syzygianinfern0) 30 Jun, 2019

2 0

62. Demystifying Docker for Devs

Sanchit Balchandani (~sanchit3) 30 Jun, 2019

1 0

63. Animating Math with manim

Purusharth Saxena (~purusharth54) 30 Jun, 2019

2 0

64. Managing Production workloads with Kubernetes

Sanchit Balchandani (~sanchit3) 30 Jun, 2019

3 0

66. Competitive Programming with Python

Anubhaw Bhalotia (~anubhaw) 01 Jul, 2019

2 0

70. Practical Metaprogramming in Python

Bharat Saraswat (~bhansa) 01 Jul, 2019

1 0

71. Creating 3D Environments

Ashish Dantu (~ashish45) 01 Jul, 2019

1 0

78. Smart Json Parser

spsree4u 01 Jul, 2019