Activity tagged “pycon”
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: PyCon has the best wifi of any conference, and it's because of Sean. if you want good networking, hire Sean.
Graph database built on top of Tokyo Cabinet. Young, but has an un-fucked-up (BSD) license.
Sean's report on the networking at PyCon 2009 is a great read — funny, and packed full of information. I've constantly amazed at the quality of the wifi at PyCon — conferences half PyCon's size usually make the network buckle. Folks running large conferences seem to have two choices when it comes to wifi: have it fail, or hire tummy.com. Simple.
Video from 2009 is just starting to trickle up onto the Interwebtubes!
In which people say nice things about me on reddit. Really!
The tutorial list for PyCon 2008 is up, and it looks *fantastic*. They ended up going with *three* sessions of tutorials (instead of the two there's been in past years) so there's really a fantastic array to choose from (include a couple by yours truely).
Sean's write-up of how he pulled off the wireless networking at PyCon this year. This should be required reading for anyone holding a geek conference; PyCon's network coverage was *far* better than any other conference I've ever been at.
I had the pleasure of being on a forms panel at PyCon 2010 chaired by Brandon Craig Rhodes. To get a stable baseline, Brandon asked each of us to provide code showing how each forms toolkit might tackle a common forms problem: dynamic forms. Here’s my solution for Django.
The history and future of Python web development. A talk given at PyCon Argentina and PyCon Brazil, 2009.
There are some great roundups of the content at PyCon out there; this isn’t one of them. See, I have this notebook (Moleskine FTW!) I carry with me everywhere, and now it’s chock-full of note from PyCon; this is a braindump.
Quotes from PyCon.
Here’s some links to the Django stuff I showed off at Pycon.