Lightning Talks are fun, short, five-minute (or less) talks. Ideally each talk should make a single point, often in a fun, quirky or over-the-top way. Slides are optional but often a good image can help get a point across quickly.
Lightning Talks will take place in the last session at the end of the first day of the conference.
Accepted Lightning Talks
- Ask not what NINJA-IDE can do for you by David Seaward
- Become an Umonya contributor by Rizmari Versfeld
- Yoconfigurator by Stefano Rivera
- Hack-Hackers by Jason Norwood-Young
- pycape metro / cape commute / opendata by Michael Joseph
- Making a living from open source by Maciej Fijałkowski
- nose progressive by Neilen Marais
- Rebugging by David Fraser
- CFFI -- call C from Python by Armin Rigo
- Codespeed2 by David Campey
- Going with the Grain of Pickle by Larry Hastings
Submit a Lightning Talk
We're accepting lightning talks from now until the end of afternoon tea on the first day of the conference. Submit a lightning talk at the organizers table or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. When you register we need:
- Your name
- Talk title
- Brief outline of the talk (one or two sentences).