Finding gurus (was Re: Something in the function tutorial confused me.)

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Tue Aug 14 01:44:58 CEST 2007


kyosohma at gmail.com wrote:
> On Aug 13, 2:22 pm, Ricardo Aráoz <ricar... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Aahz wrote:
>>> In article <1i2nhnv.2y00l5173lfbbN%al... at mac.com>,
>>> Alex Martelli <al... at mac.com> wrote:
>>>> Because of this, a Google search for
>>>>  "<name> <surname>" python
>>>> may sometimes help; when you get 116,000 hits, as for "Steve Holden"
>>>> python, that may be a reasonable indication that the poster is one of
>>>> the world's Python Gurus (in fact, the winner of the 2007 Frank WIllison
>>>> Award -- congratulations, Steve!!!).
>>> Sometimes that precise search pattern isn't appropriate, of course.  ;-)
>> Sorry, will answer as soon as I read the 52000 hits for "Aahz python".
>> Be patient ;c)
> 
> No offense to Steven but Alex has over twice as many hits. Gives the
> rest of us something to shoot for, eh?
> 
No offense taken: Alex won the award before me!

regards
  Steve
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