[Baypiggies] Who wants to do Pycon wrap-up talks Thursday?
jeffrey.fischer at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 17:32:13 CET 2012
I can summarize some of the PyCon talks this Thursday. Here's a few that I
feel comfortable enough to speak about:
- "Stop Writing Classes"
- "Interfaces and Python"
- "Social Network Analysis with Python (tutorial)
Depending on how much detail you want, that could be 10 - 20 minutes total.
I could also talk a little bit about what I learned about PyPy, although
others may be better qualified to speak to that (I only went to the JIT
talk and David Beazley's keynote).
It might also be fun to talk about which talks we found most insightful or
entertaining. For example, I really enjoyed David Beazley's keynote and
also the talk "Militarizing Your Backyard with Python: Computer Vision and
the Squirrel Hordes <https://us.pycon.org/2012/schedule/presentation/267/>".
> Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2012 23:10:29 -0700
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> At the Baypiggies meetings which follow Pycon, we have generally done quick
> talks about interesting presentations from Pycon.
> This year will be no exception.
> If you would like to talk about your favorite (or least-favorite) Pycon
> at the Baypiggies meeting Thursday March 22, please respond to this email.
> The talks should be brief (5-15 minutes), no slides necessary.
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