[PyAR2] [PyAR2-organizers] pyArkansas reflections
Chad Cooper (CAST)
chad at cast.uark.edu
Wed Oct 26 16:27:06 CEST 2011
All, I would have to agree that this year's pyArkansas was outstanding. We
had 66 folks come, which is quite a nice turnout. The talks were great, I
just wish I could have went to all of them! A HUGE thank you to all of our
presenters - without you, we wouldn't have a conference at all.
I would also like to thank our sponsors/swag providers once more:
O'Reilly Press (don't forget to cash in your free ebook coupon!)
No Starch Press
Python Software Foundation
Whenever you need a product that any of our sponsors could provide, please
give them your business, they are all great companies!
And of course a big thank you to our once again gracious hosts - the UCA
Department of Computer Science.
Thanks again everyone, and we are already thinking about next year!
On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 9:07 AM, C Burch <dr.cburch at gmail.com> wrote:
> I really enjoyed the conference last weekend. Attendance seemed quite
> strong, from a diverse variety of sources. I didn't get a chance to
> chat with too many people, but those that I did talk with seemed to be
> impressed that something like this existed for Arkansas.
> The overall slate of talks seemed quite strong: I think three parallel
> sessions would have been plenty; but being able to fill out a fourth,
> too, is nice. I attended Brandon Rhodes' two Sphinx morning talks, and
> his presentations were done very well: He was an excellent choice of
> presenter, and I'd be very happy to see him again. I really wanted to
> see his last talk of the day, too, but unfortunately that was when I
> was scheduled to speak. The Hendrix students had only good things to
> say about the presentations they attended (Blender, Django); I chatted
> with one person who went to Bernard's introductory class, who said
> that it was quite helpful to him.
> Thanks for all the hard work in putting this together for a fourth year!
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