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PyCon 2009 - Saturday Afternoon Talks

March 29, 2009 by Mike
In the afternoon of the 2nd official day of PyCon 2009, I started off the talks with Ed Leafe's Dabo talk on web applications using Dabo. He used a product that they have created called Springboard that kind of does a Google Gears type of interaction with the web.

PyCon 2009 - Saturday Morning

March 29, 2009 by Mike
I didn’t get a chance to write about what happened on Saturday at PyCon, so here’s a quick rundown of what I saw and did in the morning: I walked over to the Hyatt from Crowne Plaza with a researcher from Belgium. Then I attended the morning lightning talks and Guido’s keynote.

PyCon 2009 - wxPython BoF Meeting

March 28, 2009 by Mike
On March 27th, 2009, we held a Birds of a Feather (BoF) meeting at PyCon 2009. I stuck it on the Open Space board and we had around 18 people show up with a couple that would drift in and out of the room. I think it was one of the high points for me […]

PyCon 2009 - Functional Testing of GUI Applications (Friday Talk)

March 28, 2009 by Mike
The last talk I went to at PyCon on Friday (March 27), I went to Michael Foord's talk, Functional Testing of Desktop Applications. He used IronPython examples in his demos from his book, IronPython in Action. His primary topic was on testing GUIs and the problems inherently involved thereof.

PyCon 2009 - The State of Python (Friday Talk)

March 28, 2009 by Mike
Steve Holden gave a talk on where Python is at Friday afternoon. For those not in the know, Holden is the current chairman of the Python Software Foundation (PSF). His first topic was about the PSF and how few member it had as well as how they were planning to add additional members at this […]

PyCon 2009 - IronPython: Data, Directions and Demos (talk)

March 27, 2009 by Mike
Jim Hugunin kicked off his talk, PyCon 2009 - IronPython: Data, Directions and Demos with mentioning his colleagues at Microsoft. He then went on to talk about the newest release of IronPython, which is 2.6 Alpha, which actually matches the Python 2.6 version as much as possible. It sounded like the recent version of IronPython […]
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