About the PyCon APAC 2023 CfP
PyCon JP, the largest Python conference held annually in Japan, will be held this year as PyCon APAC 2023, a Python conference for the Asia-Pacific region.
Date: October 26-29, 2023
Venue: TOC Ariake Convention Hall, Tokyo
This year’s event theme is as follows:
- To provide an opportunity for beginners to learn more about Python
- To help people understand the differences between Python and other programming languages
- To widely convey to the general public how Python is actually used in various situations
If you would like to present at the conference, please submit your proposal from this page.
Details about proposal
Type of presentation
The types of presentations are as follows. English and Japanese allowed.
- Regular presentation (30min or 15min)
- Lightning Talks (5min) English will be given priority
- Poster Session
How to apply
There are 3 steps to apply:
- Fill out the proposal form in English or Japanese.
- Login to Pretalx.
- Click submit button (You can make changes during the application period).
- You can write in Markdown.
- Notes will not be reviewed.
- Please switch between Japanese and English using the language switch link at the top right of the CfP page.
- Submission Opens: 2023-04-22
- Submission Closes: May 31st Anywhere in Earth
- Acceptance/Rejection Notification: Early July(TBD)
Please note - Although Pretalx allows you to submit or change your talk proposals even after the deadline, you will be disqualified from consideration on PyCon APAC 2023.
- If you are submitting multiple proposals, please submit a separate proposal for each one.
- The information in the proposal will be made available to reviewers. For accepted talks, the information will also be made available to general participants on the PyCon APAC 2023 website.
- You do not have to use your real name for Name. It is not intended to be made available to reviewers, but staff may refer to it.
- Name and Biography will be made available to general participants on the PyCon APAC 2023 website after acceptance.
- PyCon APAC 2023 has a support system for remote participants to help with travel and accommodation expenses. Details will be announced on our blog at a later date.
- Agreement on exclusion of anti-social forces
- Anti-social forces: refers to organized crime groups, members of organized crime groups, quasi-members of organized crime groups, companies affiliated with organized crime groups, sokaiya (corporate extortionists), etc., social movement activists or special intelligence violent groups, etc.
- Presenters and companies/organizations applying for participation promise that they are not anti-social forces and have no relationship with anti-social forces.