PyCon comes but once a year and whether you’re a new Python Programmer or you’ve been a core developer for the last 20 years, I think you should check PyCon out. Take some time to load up on some PyCon info so you can give your employers the low down about why they should pay you to go or why you should invest your hard earned greenbacks in a conference that only covers one programming language! Continue reading PyCon 2011: Why You Should Go!
This week, I didn’t have as much time to work on this as I would have liked. Ah well, hopefully you won’t find the quality of the news to be any less. It just so happens that PyCon 2011 had a couple of items this week and they were both good news. Be sure to check those out. Also, Python won another award,
- PyCon 2011 extends Early Registration to the 25th…so what are you waiting for?
- PyCon 2011 adds Startup Row. Learn about the coolest Python-related startups at PyCon!
- The PyPy Project needs your help! Haven’t you ever wanted to join a project and acquire the awesome “core developer” moniker. Well, now’s your chance!
- Here’s a blog I found on Twitter that is reporting on a 3-year old discussion about the “Evolution of a Python Programmer”
- Python wins the TIOBE Programming Language Award of 2010! Yeah, I’ve never heard of this, but Python winning an award is always cool. (hattip to Susheel Raut)
- Dave Beazley’s latest blog entry: Porting Py65 (and my Superboard) to Python 3
- Why we love Python at Memonic – learn about how real companies use Python in real products!
If you’re interested in keeping up on Python news on a minute-by-minute basis, then Twitter is probably where you want to go.