Sounds like a full slate of interesting talks.? I think the code reviews sound like a good idea.? I don't think that we necessarily have to have certain rules or a formulae (though contests/anonymity could be fun/useful in a given situation).? Maybe each code review can have it's own quirks based on who is wiling to step forward with what.?
If 27 people have code to be reviewed next month then we can hire a band and have awards and prizes that can be given out at each of the four tiers of the competition.? If one embarrassed newcomer has a small script (a small script that is part of a large proprietary piece of software, the existence of which is denied by relevant parties) that they want reviewed ... well you can think of other scenarios from there.
I myself can't do much but show up, this
On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 2:34 PM, Brandon Rhodes <[address removed]>
I apologize for forgetting that a third talk has been offered for this
week's Python Atlanta meet-up: Venkata Mahalingam is going to talk to us
about his recent experience building an IVRS using Django and Twilio!
So, it looks like we have nearly a full slate for this Thursday; as
always, you can still let me know about any lightning talks you'd like
to give, and I'm interested in any feedback on my idea about having a
"code review" segment in each meet-up.
See you all soon,
Brandon Craig Rhodes ? [address removed] ? http://rhodesmill.org/brandon
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