Monthly Archives: July 2013

Highlights of PyCon AU 2013

One day of miniconf, two days of conference, two talks and two days of sprints later and I am exhausted! Some of the highlights for me, in no particular order: The Django core developer panel discussion at the DjangoCon AU … Continue reading

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PyCon AU 2013 running update

Following up from an earlier post, we’ve had three runs so far at PyCon AU. Saturday morning’s forecast was 4°C, 50km/hr winds, hailstorms and snow down to 200 metres. Fortunately, we managed to miss the wild weather and had a … Continue reading

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My slides from PyCon AU 2013

Here are the slides (PDF) and demo code (ZIP archive) from my PyCon AU talk “Modules 101: how to avoid spaghetti, big balls of mud and houses of straw!” yesterday. And here are the slides from my lightning talk on … Continue reading

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PyCon AU 2013, day 0

PyCon Au 2013 started yesterday with miniconferences for Django and OpenStack and snow on Mt Wellington. The DjangoCon AU miniconference had a capacity audience and an excellent set of presentations, with keynotes from Alex Gaynor and Dylan Jay. The opening … Continue reading

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Notes from MPUG, July 2013

23 people braved a winter’s night on Monday for the June meeting of the Melbourne Python User Group, which had four talks, including some PyCon AU previews later this week. Andrew Walker previewed part of his PyCon AU talk on … Continue reading

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