[Baypiggies] KUDOS and Thank you! Re: talks last night
stephen.cattaneo at gmail.com
Sat Oct 24 18:55:20 CEST 2009
What were those Django apps you recommended?
On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 10:10 AM, Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:
> I want to personally thank Richard, Eddy and Simeon for their effort last
> night. Richard made the Django templates very accessible for beginners. I've
> never used databrowse (or really even knew what it was). So, Eddy's talk
> helped me. Talks like this are helpful for me, not to know the details, but
> to know 1) What it is, 2) Why it's useful, and 3) When I may need to go read
> the docs if I need it in the future. So, thank you, Eddy!
> And, of course, I think Simeon's talk was *amazing*. Both times I've heard
> Simeon talk, I've been so impressed with how much of the good extra bits of
> Django he knows. I'm not to that level.... So, it's *very* helpful to learn
> about these extra pieces.
> In fact, frankly, that talk was so full of tips and tricks, I need to go
> back and review the tape so I can review each concepts again. In fact,
> Simeon also used some other tools (like pip) from his previous talk. I need
> to compile a list of these tools to review so I can duplicate his very
> efficient pipeline -- I don't have any many Django instances as he has, but
> I have quite a few (8 at the moment). And, this would make my life much
> easier to manage.
> At the end of the day, I'm always impressed with the talent we have at
> BayPIGgies and am proud to be a member of this community.
> Warmest Regards,
> Glen Jarvis
> P.S. I'll try to get a working rough draft of the video completed by Monday
> so we can all review. Because I didn't have an audio cable last night, we
> couldn't get a direct microphone from the wireless mic :( But, the camera
> should have picked up enough for this to be usable. And, we have some extra
> audio output recorded from other volunteers if needed.
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