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Re: [silicon-valley-python] January Meeting | Brainstorming Talks

From: Vishal D.
Sent on: Wednesday, December 7, 2011 12:45 PM
I would love to learn about how Python is being leveraged by developers for Mobile app development and any related frameworks.

-- Vishal

On Wed, Dec 7, 2011 at 9:33 AM, Glen Jarvis <[address removed]> wrote:

I have been contacted by an awesome company that wants to offer us space for our MeetUps. I am working on organizing a January MeetUp. 

Do you have a talk that you'd like to share? Is there something of interest lately that you have seen and would like to see a talk on it? Let's brainstorm for ideas and plan 2012.

I am personally working on an Open Source project that marries Django and Mechanical Turk. It's still in an alpha stage, but I learned a lot during the process and could share what I learned. I am also doing a lot of work with Amazon Web Services and could give a basic talk on AWS. Both of these talks are from the entry level to intermediate level (i.e., they will be pitched in a way that may bore the more advanced audience).

Those are just a few ideas that I have. What about you? This is a discussion on the message board here.

During Brainstorming, there are no bad ideas.. it's about creativity and making a pool of ideas. We will come back and edit/prioritize later. Now, let the ideas roll...



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