[Inpycon] Keynote speakers
naikvin at gmail.com
Sat Mar 10 19:06:23 CET 2012
Wesley Chun can also be considered. I am totally enjoying reading his
book "Core Python Programming"
Here is his talk from EuroPython on Understanding Python's Memory
Model, Mutability, and Methods
On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 9:15 PM, Dhruv Baldawa <dhruvbaldawa at gmail.com> wrote:
> Also, Alex Martelli, "Über Tech Lead" for Google and also has written couple
> of books on Python. Yesterday, he also gave a talk on "Permission or
> Forgiveness ?".
> On Mar 9, 2012, at 7:33 AM, Noufal Ibrahim wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I apologise for the rather late email. I'm going to go to the
>> PyCon in Santa Clara today and was planning to speak to a few people
>> about being keynote speakers for PyCon India. Nothing concrete and not a
>> complete invitiation but just to open a thread so that I can follow up
>> when I'm back in B'lore.
>> The list of people I'm planning to approach (in roughly
>> decreasing order of preference are).
>> - Armin R. : Flask
>> - David Beazley : SWIG, PLY
>> - Guido van Rossum : Python (although I remember him saying that he
>> doesn't want to travel)
>> - Steve Holden : PSF Chairman
>> - Jacob Kaplan Moss : Django
>> - Michael Foord : Unittest2, Mock, Iron Python
>> - Barry Warsaw : Second in command, core libs, mailman
>> - Holger Krekel : py.test, execnet, tox, pypy infrastructure.
>> - James Tauber : Pinax, Eldarion
>> - Zed Shaw : Lots of stuff.
>> Any other suggestions who I can approach are welcome. I'm trying
>> to get people who speak well and who have done some work. The flight
>> costs are lesser if they're from Europe or, I think, Australia.
>> Everyone writes on the walls except me. -Said to be graffiti seen in
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