July 21, 2020
PyData Conference is being held online
By Ian Mizer
As you might know, there has been a global pandemic recently that has prevented large in person gatherings. Luckily some of the conferences you know and love are full steam ahead and most are prepared to move their content online. PyData is currently moving their content to the online space. So today I am here to inform members of Python Atlanta that if they wish to submit a talk for PyData then there is still time. The deadline for submission for PyDataGlobal is 2 weeks away on August 2nd and PyData is holding workshops to help anyone who might have an idea for a talk put one together. They have mentors ready to provide assistance at this link location.
Anyone looking to get more details on what their talks can be you can go here
If you have any questions about PyData or want to learn more about it you can go here or ask questions on the PyAtl Discord. If you are unable to make it to the PyData Conference and still want to enjoy the wonderful content they provide, then head over to their youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/PyDataTV/featured
If you are unable to make it to the PyData event because data just isn't your thing then you can head over to https://www.python.org/events/python-events/ to find more events and information on python.
This has been your wonderful PyAtl streamer and developer:
Author: Ian Mizer