Looks like I can't make the meetup since no space.. I would like to do a lightning talk at some point in the future for two small projects I am working on.
Let me know.. how polished / big does a project have to be before one gives a talk? I would actually like to get some opinions on what I am working on as well.
thanks for advice.
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From: Mike Beachy <[address removed]>
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Sent: Friday, May 29,[masked]:10:50 PM
Subject: [python-172] june lightning talks
We're once again planning for 3-5 lightning talks in June and are
looking for volunteers. So, if you have a topic that's perfect for a 5
minute window, let me know!
One slot is taken so far - Bob Hancock will talk about Google I/O.
p.s. Lightning talk info and past topics here:
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