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Re: [pyatl] Python Atlanta is tomorrow night - anyone offering talks?

From: user 2.
Sent on: Wednesday, December 7, 2011 11:29 PM
I would not mind giving a talk on effictive commit message using Git.

This will be a 10 min talk on why good commit messages matter, I plan to show bad commit messages and compare them to good ones.

On Wed, Dec 7, 2011 at 8:47 PM, Brandon Rhodes <[address removed]> wrote:
Weeks in December always go quickly - we have already reached Wednesday
evening, with Python Atlanta looming tomorrow night!  I am planning to
do my normal "First Python Program" segment where I write a short
program from scratch to show newer programmers the ropes.  I will also
give a (very) early version of a talk I have proposed for PyCon on
"Python, Linkers, and Virtual Memory."

Does anyone else have a lightning talk or short presentation to offer?
If not, then we will simply make more room in the schedule for casual
talking and meeting each other, which is appropriate for a December
meet-up anyway when everyone is so busy; but if anyone does have
something to add to the schedule, just let me know.

See you tomorrow!

Brandon Craig Rhodes   [address removed]

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