Call for Proposals

The call for proposals has closed and the schedule is here.

Thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal!

Why you should submit a proposal

The call for proposals closed 17:00 (Europe/London) on Saturday, 2nd July, 2022. Selections were made in July.

How to submit a more successful proposal

Please note that there will be no sprints or posters this conference. Sorry, we hope they'll be back next year!

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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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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 was 17:00 (Europe/London) on Saturday, 2nd July, 2022 - thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal!