[Edu-sig] Reminder: Early Bird Registration for PyCon Ending Soon

Andre Roberge andre.roberge at gmail.com
Fri Jan 12 18:27:01 CET 2007


You made some good points in this post and the previous one.  Playing
the devil's advocate to your position: can you think of any potential
_keynote_ speaker that would have the education expertise and python
knowledge to fit the bill and be interesting to a general audience?
I can not think of any myself - granted, I haven't been around for
that long.


On 1/12/07, Arthur <ajsiegel at optonline.net> wrote:
> Arthur wrote:
> > Jeff Rush wrote:
> >
> >>The conference is also running four keynote talks by leaders in the
> >>programming field, with a special focus on education this year:
> Jeff's wording is good and careful here.
> But it doesn't attempt to address the question of why anyone - even
> other programmers - would be particularly interested in hearing
> *keynotes* from people talking outside of their field of expertise.
> At least one of them does seem to address the question of *programming*
> education from the point of view of a professional programmer.  OK with
> that.
> That's one out of 3.
> Art
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