Announcement of the 2003 Python UK Conference ============================================= The UK Python conference 2003 will take place in Oxford, on Wednesday April 2nd and Thursday 3rd. The conference will be held in the pleasant surroundings of Holiday Inn Oxford Pear Tree Roundabout, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 8JD www.holiday-inn.co.uk We are very excited to be working once again with the ACCU to bring the UK Python conference to life. The conference last year was a big success with all attendees, and we hope to repeat that success with a bigger and better line up of speakers, including the Python language founder Guido van Rossum, who will deliver the keynote on Wednesday 2nd April. Other speakers include: Alex Martelli, Andy Todd, Andy Robinson, Anthony Eden, Chris Withers, Duncan Booth, Duncan Grisby, Greg Colvin, Hamish Lawson, Jacob Hallén, Marc-André Lemburg, and Paul Brian. As a taster of the conference we have conducted a series of short interviews with Python luminaries including Guido van Rossum and Eric Raymond. The interviews will be appearing on the conference website. Conference website: http://www.python-uk.org/ Conference Wiki: http://server.reportlab.com/accu-2003/moin.cgi/ To sign up please go to here: http://www.accuconference.co.uk/registration2003.asp And to view the schedule, please go here: http://www.shiningrose.co.uk/pyuk/pyukSchedule_current.html -- John Precedo (email@example.com) Developer Reportlab Europe Ltd (http://www.reportlab.com)
Other speakers include: Alex Martelli, Andy Todd, Andy Robinson, Anthony Eden, Chris Withers, Duncan Booth, Duncan Grisby, Greg Colvin, Hamish Lawson, Jacob Hallén, Marc-André Lemburg, and Paul Brian.
...and if you care about Python/C++ interoperability and can bear to hang around 'till Friday afternoon I'll be giving a Boost.Python talk. For some strange reason the ACCU organizers decided not to schedule this talk during the Python part of the program. -- Dave Abrahams Boost Consulting www.boost-consulting.com