[BangPypers] PyCon India Proposal
mbaiju at zeomega.net
Sat Feb 28 07:53:13 CET 2009
On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 12:07 PM, VidA <vid at svaksha.com> wrote:
> 2. Would this be held only in Bangalore or would it be possible for
> local groups in different cities to hold their own 1/2/3 day events?
+1 for hosting PyCon India in other cities in coming years.
> 0. Earlier discussions on this list gave an impression of the conf
> being open to all (read newbies) but this is not clear on this wiki
> page. Has that changed?
> 1. Please clarify/define "dedicated conference". (As in, is the pyconf
> open to people like me who "dont code for a living" and yet grok
> technical concepts?)
The PyCon (US) used to accept everyone, including newbies; sometimes
non-coders also coming as speakers. They have tutorials targeting
non-hard-core programmers. Remember, Python is a language which can be
learned within one month (or one week ? ;)
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