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PyCon 2008 (Chicago) - Day 3

March 22, 2008 by Mike
My last day at PyCon was Sunday, March 16th 2008. I was one of the unlucky who had work the following morning. This day just seemed rushed to me, which is probably why I learned the least. The first Plenary was Making Client-Side Python Suck Less with Aza Raskin. It was about Mozilla to some […]

PyCon 2008 (Chicago) - Day 2

March 21, 2008 by Mike
Saturday, March 15th I was finally getting the hang of PyCon. I wandered around a little and got into the conference room as soon as the doors opened. This was one of the largest rooms I've ever been in. It reminded me of a Colosseum except without the high ceilings. The opening talk was about […]

PyCon 2008 (Chicago) - Day 1 (part two)

March 20, 2008 by Mike
The first talk I went to was entitled "Developing with Repoze2.Zope" by Chris P McDonough. It was a pretty interesting presentation on middleware that can re-implement ZPublisher in such a way that it allows Zope2 to run within Apache + mod_wsgi. Repoze depends on Python Paste and setuptools. If I recall correctly, he gave a […]

PyCon 2008 (Chicago) - Day 1 (part one)

March 16, 2008 by Mike
The first day of PyCon (not including the Tutorial Day) took place on March 14, 2008.  I finally got to see the BDFL (Benevolent Dictator For Life), Guido van Rossum. While I knew he was from the Netherlands, I hadn't really thought of him with a Swiss-like accent. It was cool! He was mostly interesting […]

PyCon 2008 (Chicago) - Tutorial Day

March 15, 2008 by Mike
Tutorial Day, as the name implies, is a day where PyCon attendees get to attend tutorials on all kinds of Python topics including Django, Plone, wxPython, Python 101, SQLAlchemy , Python Eggs, Python and the OLPC and much more. According to the keynote the following day, more people attended the Tutorial Day than have attended […]

PyCon 2008 (Chicago) - On the Road

March 14, 2008 by Mike
 This is my first post. I thought I should start writing about my Python experiences and coincidently, PyCon was just getting ready to start. So I decided to wait so I could write about something that could be truly cool. This will also be my first PyCon and my first time in Chicago. My company […]
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