[python-uk] Last chance for ACCU conference
Thu, 13 Dec 2001 16:43:31 -0000
I did offer to do something as a case study:
Introducing Python into a large transnational; a case study - successes and
failures, tricks and treats: 1 hour.
I've also got presentations on Delphi and Python (1 hour), and one on
Introducing Extreme Programming (1-1.5 hours), which isn't Python -specific.
However, I suspect that neither of these would be of interest.
If you'd like any of these, get back to me and I'll send you some words
Dr Tim Couper
TAC Software Ltd
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1. Last chance for ACCU conference.... (Andy Robinson)
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Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 09:59:40 -0000
Subject: [python-uk] Last chance for ACCU conference....
I previously mailed people directly about the ACCU Spring
Conference. This is the last chance to have a Python track!
We can have either one or two days.
Dates: April 3-6
Location: Oxford, Stratford on Avon or somewhere in between
Costs: free for speakers; tba but under 100 per day for
Last year involved an exceptionally good dinner/pissup.
Can anyone give a talk on anything at all? Case studies,
tutorials, cool code you have written? If so please
reply pronto with a talk title, desired time and short
(100 word max) synopsis. We have perhaps 2 days left.
I will do a general Python tutorial for beginners, and
ReportLab can give up to 2 hours on our reporting and
charting tools. But we need some other stuff from other
CEO and Chief Architect, ReportLab Inc.
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