[Chicago] Leveraging Python (tutorial) Etc. in Chicago (Sept 2)

kirby urner kirby.urner at gmail.com
Wed Aug 7 20:47:55 CEST 2013

Greetings Chicagoans --

(spellchecker said "Chicagoite" was improper)

Most your know about Djangocon in Chicago, coming up immanently.  I was
recruited at the last minute to replace a CSS tutorial and, not being a
Djangonaut myself, I'm using the time to do more overview of the Python
ecosystem, with my usual focus on learning Python as a stepping stone
towards learning and teaching other subjects, not just math but including
math for sure.


You can get tickets for any of these tutorials independently of registering
for the conference.  So if you've able to escape the day job on a Monday
(Sept 2), consider signing up.  I'm planning to make it somewhat BOF-like
(though more structured).  If other educators / teachers show up, we can
"eduSummitize" a bit (like at Pycon) i.e. continue brainstorming along the
lines of Guido's CP4E.

More in the write-up.

Kirby Urner
(a Portlander -- born in Chicago though)

Python Track Mentor
O'Reilly School of Technology / ORM
(based in Sebastopol, CA)
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