[Chicago] Python Papers - their best issue yet
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Thu Jun 7 21:44:31 CEST 2007
Yeah, I stuck my neck out a bit. Not sure if it was worth it; I
haven't had a lot of feedback for good or ill. +1s welcome; -1s would
be better than nothing.
The zine offerred me a slot as education editor which I was angling
for back when my employment was uncertain. I'm actually busy as a
scientist and enviro-blogger ( http://initforthegold.blogspot.com )
these days so I'm inclined to pass it up.
They'd love to have a more technical OLPC article next time around in
any case. Please contact the editor at tleeuwenburg at gmail.com if you
On 6/7/07, Martin Maney <maney at two14.net> wrote:
> Just heard that v2n2 had hit the net:
> With PyCon and EuroPython reports as well as articles about Python in
> Education (hey, that author - don't we know him?), ctypes, and more, it
> should be fun.
> C makes an art of confusing pointers with arrays and strings, which
> leads to lotsa neat pointer tricks; APL mistakes everything for an array,
> leading to neat one-liners; and Perl confuses everything period,
> making each line a joyous adventure <wink>. -- Tim Peters
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