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PyCon 2009

PyCon 2009

25.Mar.2009 - 02.Apr.2009
Chicago, IL

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PyCon is a conference for the Python community, organized by members of the Python community. PyCon is for Python enthusiasts of all experience levels, from new users to core developers.

PyCon gives you opportunities to:

* See a variety of presentations, panels, and impromptu discussions.
* Learn about significant advances in the Python development community.
* Meet fellow developers from around the world.
* Enroll in tutorials delivered by experts.
* Participate in development sprints with fellow enthusiasts.

The organizers aim to make the conference affordable and accessible to all.


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27.Mar.2009

TALK Building an Automated QA Infrastructure using Open-Source Python Too ls (#7)
Aaron Maxwell
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TALK Using Windmill (#37)
Adam D Christian
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TALK Behind the scenes of EveryBlock.com (#111)
Adrian Holovaty
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TALK Designing Applications with Non-Relational Databases (#16)
Ben Bangert
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TALK Python for CS1 Not Harmful to CS Majors (and good for everyone) (#14 )
Dr. Bill Punch, Dr. Richard J E nbody
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TALK Building tests for large, untested codebases (#112)
Dr. C. Titus Brown
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TALK Searching for Neutrinos Using Python at the Bottom of the World (#17 )
Dr. John E Jacobsen, Mr. Dave Glo wacki, Mr. Keith S Beattie
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TALK Twisted, AMQP and Thrift calable distributed applications (#40)
Esteve Fernandez
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TALK Python in a sandbox (#89)
holger krekel, Mr. Maciej Fijalko wski
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TALK About Python Namespaces (and Code Objects) (#46)
Jeff Rush
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TALK Strategies For Testing Ajax Web Applications (#56)
Kumar McMillan
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TALK How to Give a Python Talk (#4)
Mr. Andrew M Kuchling
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TALK How Python is Developed (#116)
Mr. Brett Cannon
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TALK Introduction to Multiprocessing in Python (#6)
Mr. Jesse Noller
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TALK Giving back and helping expand the Python community. A roadmap for S outh America and Africa. (#87)
Mr. Kamon AYEVA, Mr. Roberto Alle nde
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TALK Building a Simple Configuration-driven Web Testing Framework With Tw ill (#79)
Mr. Kevin P Boers
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TALK Functional Testing of Desktop Applications (#1)
Mr. Michael J Foord
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TALK Introduction to Python Profiling (#65)
Mr. Mike C. Fletcher
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TALK Fedora pyInfrastructure (#47)
Mr. Mike McGrath
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TALK Introduction to CherryPy (#90)
Mr. Robert E Brewer
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TALK A Whirlwind Excursion through Writing a C Extension (#68)
Ned Batchelder
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TALK Coverage testing, the good and the bad. (#26)
Ned Batchelder
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TALK Python in the Enterprise - How to Get Permission (#94)
Stuart Williams
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TALK Challenges and Opportunities for Python (#113)
Ted Leung
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TALK A Configuration Comparison in Python (#70)
Terry Peppers
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TALK A better Python for the JVM (#86)
Tobias Ivarsson
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28.Mar.2009

TALK Panel (#25)
Alex Gaynor, Guido van Rossum, Ian Bicking, Jacob Kaplan-Moss, Dr. Massimo Di Pierro, Michael Bayer5
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TALK Abstraction as Leverage (#110)
Alex Martelli
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TALK Precise state recovery and restart for data-analysis applications (# 85)
Bill Gribble
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TALK Drop ACID and think about data (#114)
Bob Ippolito
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TALK How I Distribute Python applications on Windows - py2exe & InnoSetup (#108)
Brian Dorsey
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TALK Metaprogramming with Decorators and Metaclasses (#120)
Bruce Eckel
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TALK Plugins and monkeypatching flexibility (#42)
Dr. André Roberge
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TALK The Browser Interface, Local Server (BILS) Application (#66)
Dr. Christopher H Barker, Mike Orr
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TALK Jython Progress (#61)
Frank J Wierzbicki
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TALK Topics of Interest (#119)
Ian Bicking
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TALK The State of Django (#76)
Jacob Kaplan-Moss
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TALK Django on Jython (#101)
Jim Baker, Leo Soto
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TALK The (lack of) design patterns in Python (#60)
Joe Gregorio
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TALK State of TurboGears (#44)
Mark RAMM
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TALK All I really need to know about [testable, maintainable, packagabl e] "scripts" .... (#51)
Matt Harrison
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TALK Batteries Included! Python on Low Cost Tiny Embedded Wireless Devic es (#28)
Mr. David Ewing
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TALK Seven ways to use Python's new turtle module (#88)
Mr. Gregor Lingl
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TALK Concurrency and Distributed Computing with Python Today (#49)
Mr. Jesse Noller
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TALK Python 2.6 and 3.0 compatibility (#73)
Mr. Lennart Regebro
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TALK PyPy status talk. (#72)
Mr. Maciej Fijalkowski, holger kr ekel
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TALK On the importance of PyPI in delivering and building Python software s - mirroring, fail-over and third-party package indexes. (#38)
Mr. Tarek Ziadé
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TALK Pylons on Jython (#96)
Philip Jenvey
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TALK Easy AI with Python (#115)
Raymond Hettinger
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TALK How to Build Applications Linux Distributions will Package (#78)
Toshio E Kuratomi
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TALK Practical Finite State Machines (#77)
Zahari Petkov
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29.Mar.2009

TALK IronPython Implementation (#95)
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TALK A winning combination mework as a frontend (#100)
Carlos A de la Guardia
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TALK Using Sphinx and Doctests to provide Robust Documentation (#92)
Chris M. Perkins
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TALK Securing Web Access with VoIP ntication (#83)
Clinton James
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TALK Leveraging ReStructuredText in your Projects (#107)
Jeff Rush
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TALK Python enabling mobile media centers (#3)
Mr. Gustavo S. Barbieri
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TALK Stackless python in EVE, pt. 2 (#81)
Mr. Kristján V Jónsson
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TALK A Whole New OpenGL, OpenGL 3.x in PyOpenGL (#63)
Mr. Mike C. Fletcher
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TALK How AlterWay releases web applications using ``zc.buildout`` (#22)
Mr. Tarek Ziadé
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TALK Making games in Python - Tools and techniques at CCP (#74)
Richard M Tew
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