[Inpycon] suggestions for PyCon India
ideamonk at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 12:11:10 CET 2011
On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 12:40 AM, Pradeep Kumar <ranpra at gmail.com> wrote:
> be frankly, I get a bitter experience last pycon at Bangalore first day
> only I feel it,
> that's why I dropped the second day may be I am normal guy.most of the
> people are student
> I expect a lot of coding and rebate. better than this I can discuss my
> thoughts with my
> old sir or read a book of my choice or read a blog. every presentation give
> some half knowledge
> and it is not worthy also.
> I am a old guy my time is gone.... do something good for the new generation
> in stead of
> living in jeopardize...
> how simply he wrote it.
> sorry if I wrote something wrong....
> Pradeep Kumar.
I believe some talks are also meant to get the audience interested in a
subdomain (related to Python). In that case a speaker may choose to expose a
few basics, a few possibilities and discuss related issues in 45 minutes.
The talk might not go in-depth so as to cover all aspects of this subdomain,
but this is good enough to make people go back home and explore deeper on
their own. Or in other words, set the audience in motion.
In that sense, I wouldn't consider the half-knowledge as half-knowledge in
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