[sf-lug] Come see videos of talks from this year's PyCon (Python Conference): saturday 27, in SF

jim jim at well.com
Thu Mar 25 07:51:00 PDT 2010

   This Saturday (20100327), starting at 11 AM, we will be 
showing videos from PyCon this year at Noisebridge, 2169 
Mission Street between 17th and 18th Streets in San 
Francisco, until about 9:00 PM. 

   At this time we have 15 people RSVPd plus an additional 
3 maybes. Please sign up to help us prepare the space: 
(yes, you can come without signing up). 

Here are some of the most popular videos that we'll be watching... 

Most Popular 45 min/Intermediate/Turtles All The Way Down: Demystifying
Deferreds, Decorators, and Declarations/Glyph Lefkowitz/
http://us.pycon.org/2010/conference/schedule/event/107/ 45
min/Advanced/Understanding the Python GIL/David Beazley (Dabeaz LLC)

Oodles of interest 30 min/Beginner/Scaling your Python application on
EC2/Jeremy Edberg

45 min/Intermediate/Deployment, development, packaging, and a little bit
of the cloud/Ian Bicking (The Open Planning Project)

45 min/Intermediate/Python's Dusty Corners/Jack Diederich (Consultant)

Wow, these are cool 30 min/Beginner/Writing Books using Python and Open
Source Software/Mr. Wesley J. Chun (CyberWeb Consulting)

30 min/Beginner/Diversity as a Dependency/Anna

30 min/Intermediate/Dude, Where's My Database/Mr. Eric Florenzano

30 min/Intermediate/Actors: What, Why, and How/Donovan Presto

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