[EuroPython] Choosing tutorials

Stefan Schwarzer sschwarzer at sschwarzer.net
Wed Jun 24 06:26:02 CEST 2009

Hi Zeth,

On 2009-06-24 00:12, Zeth wrote:
> 2009/6/23 Stefan Schwarzer <sschwarzer at sschwarzer.net>:
>> Initially I've booked the conference without tutorials, but
>> now would like to come to some of them. It seems I can go
>> through the registration process and just select the tutorial
>> days,
> Correct. When you have booked for tutorial days, you will be sent a
> one-time use URL in order to check-in. Just like an airline, you book
> a ticket first, then later you check-in and choose where to sit.

That's ok given I don't care much about where I sit.
On the other hand, if I book the tutorials I'd like
to know in advance whether the ones I'm interested in
are still open for more participants. :-)

>> Assuming the tutorials have an upper limit of participants,
>> it would probably be a good idea if I was able to check if
>> these individual tutorials are full before booking the
>> tutorial days.
> You didn't say which ones?

I thought there was some automated means on the
website which would save you some work, and thus I
would have had to go there anyway. :)

But since you ask, I'm particularly interested in

- Kamelia pragmatic concurrency (alternative: sleep
  longer ;-) )
- JavaScript for Python users (alternative: Using
  Python's turtle to teach)
- Pyjamas: simple RIA web apps (alternatives:
  Persistent objects with ZODB; Rapid testing with

On this occasion: Many thanks to those who organize
this conference, including answering this awful lot
of questions on the list. :-)

Best regards,

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