[CentralOH] CodeMash has a bit of Python content this year

Eric Floehr eric at intellovations.com
Tue Oct 23 22:22:13 CEST 2012


That looks like an awesome talk you are giving at CodeMash... perhaps
you'll consider previewing/practicing it our combined November/December
meeting which will be on December 3!?!


On Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 3:24 PM, Brandon Rhodes <brandon at rhodesmill.org>wrote:

> In case it interests any of you central-Ohioans, I thought I'd mention
> that my proposal has been accepted, and that I will be giving one of the
> three Python talks at this year's CodeMash conference:
> http://codemash.org/sessions?technology=Python
> CodeMash is heavy on C#, Java, and Ruby, so I love that Python gets a
> bit of attention there each year. It is a community-run conference -
> which seems quite a novelty in the C# and Java communities; attendees
> walk around almost in shock that the talks are not all vendor screeds
> about development tools for sale - and it's a fun place to find out what
> people in other languages have been up to, and what they like
> accomplishing in *their* favorite language. And water park resorts are
> just fun places to be in January as the snow swirls and drifts outside.
> Anyway, tickets go on sale tomorrow, and are expected to sell out within
> a few minutes:
> https://twitter.com/brianhprince/status/260746040121114624
> So I thought I would mention it while there was still time for any of
> you who are curious to go read about the conference, and see if it would
> interest you. It should be within driving distance for all of you, which
> might make it attractive; but, of course, if you can afford only one
> late-winter conference, I very much recommend that you choose PyCon in
> March instead!
> --
> Brandon Rhodes      brandon at rhodesmill.org
> http://rhodesmill.org/brandon
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