Re: [nycpython] Lightning talks?

From: Robert H.
Sent on: Monday, October 18, 2010 12:20 PM
How about, "What you can do with generators"?

On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 12:14 PM, David Christian <[address removed]> wrote:
Does anybody have a lightning talk they'd like to give on Wednesday? ��A lightning talk is a quick (<5 minutes) and informal way for you to share a new trick you've learned, a library you're excited about, lessons learned from a conference you went to, a problem you're having, or anything else you think would be of interest to your fellow python people. ��Slides are not necessary, demos are welcome, but you don't have to use a computer if you don't need it for your talk.

The only rules are as follows:
* 5 minutes only. ��You'll be cut off at that point
* no "we are hiring pitches" - we have a hiring section for that
* no questions after - we leave those till the end of the evening to keep things moving.

So, are you in? ��It's a lot of fun! ��Just send me an email to sign up - we will have space for 5.

D
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David Christian
Google, Inc.
NYC Python Organizer


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