Sunday (March 13th) started off with Daylight Savings Times messing with our heads. We lost an hour of sleep from the night before. Anyway, the conference day itself began with Lightning Talks at 8:30 a.m. There were only four of them, but here you go:
- A fellow named Fecundo Batista spoke on PyAr, the Argentina Python group and what they’ve been up to.
- Ed Abrams followed up with a talk on how Adobe uses Python. He also spoke a little on HP and Tabblo.
- Next was a talk about the upcoming PyCon Germany this October. If you’re in Europe, you should check it out!
- The last talk was about the Gunicorn project, a WSGI server based on the Ruby unicorn project
Quite a variety of talks even with just four. You never know what you’re going to get when you go to the lightning talks. Even if one sucks, it’ll only suck for five minutes, so be sure to give them a chance!
2 thoughts on “PyCon 2011: Sunday Morning Lightning Talks”
You probably mean Facundo (Batista is his surname) and no Fecunda 🙂
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