We are really excited to announce that our Call for Proposals to the PyMCon Web Series is open!
Deadline to submit: November 30, 2022
We are looking for folks like you to share your cool tricks, best practices, general knowledge, and methods with the wider PyMC community.
The PyMCon Web Series consists of events that are proposed by you. If your event idea is accepted you will be paired with a PyMCon Event Lead who will help you refine and launch your event.
We are encouraging community members to be creative when proposing events. One community member may propose a hackathon focusing on Bayesian models in a particular application or using a particular data set. Another might propose a poster to visualize a new Arviz functionality. Traditional presentations are welcome too!
Events should also be relevant to the PyMC community. This doesn’t mean you need to give a talk about PyMC. But it does mean that you should think about the broad, diverse PyMC community and how your event would elevate them.
How to apply: You will find the rest of the details and the application form on the PyMCon website: Call for Proposals · PyMCon Web Series