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So, You Want to Run a Young Coders Class?

By Katie Cunningham
August 16, 2013

Ever since PyCon 2013, the interest in the Young Coders class has been intensifying. Practically every Python conference since then has asked about doing one, and several have run their own. Classes outside of conferences have sprung up, as well, …

In Praise of the Lone Contributor

By Kathryn Barrett
August 2, 2013

Over the years, OSCON has become a big conference. With over 3900 registered this year, it was hard not to look at the packed hallways and sessions and think what a huge crowd it is. The number of big-name companies …

The Kirbster Reports Back from Pycon 2013

By Kirby Urner
April 11, 2013

(Artwork by Idan Gazit) Not all scripting languages are equal, and sometimes you may need to sell your boss on that idea. She might think, “Perl, Python, Ruby, PHP… we don’t care, what’s the difference?” Unless you’re equally happy using … Continue reading

Pycon 2012 in the Rear View Mirror

By Kirby Urner
April 16, 2012

Python wrangler Kirby Urner's wrap-up of Pycon 2012.

US Pycon 2012

By Kirby Urner
March 6, 2012

Kirby Urner shares his thoughts on Python, Pycons, and the potential for the Python programming language to open up a world of possibilities.

PyCon 2010 Invited Speakers

By Doug Hellmann
December 6, 2009

The list of invited speakers for PyCon 2010 has been announced, and I'm looking forward to seeing all of them.


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