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Fwd: PyCon 2010 (Atlanta) Call For Tutorials

From: Doug H.
Sent on: Friday, September 18, 2009 8:39 AM

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Greg Lindstrom <[address removed]>
> Date: September 17,[masked]:29:02 PM EDT
> To: PyCon Tutorial List <[address removed]>, [address removed] 
> , [address removed], [address removed]
> Subject: PyCon 2010 (Atlanta) Call For Tutorials
> Reply-To: [address removed]
>
> The period to submit proposals for PyCon 2010 in Atlanta is open until
> October 18th.  Tutorial are held the two days prior to the main  
> conference
> and feature 3-hour classes led by fellow Python developers and
> enthusiasts *just
> like you*.  Any topic relating to Python is allowed and the organizers
> encourage anyone who wants to share their knowledge to submit their  
> ideas
> for consideration.  Perennial classes include "Introduction to  
> Python" for
> various audiences (beginners, programmers, those new to Django and web
> frameworks, etc.), intermediate Python (standard library, module/ 
> packages,
> objects, etc.) and more specialized topics (SciPy/Matlab, unit and web
> testing, optimization) as well as general topics such as "Best  
> Practices"
> for web programming, objects, libraries.  There is even interest in  
> a class
> to show how to organize, design, write and distribute an Open Source
> project.  Any topic relating to Python is eligible.
>
> Tutorial teachers are paid $1,000.00 per class for their efforts.
>
> Interested (we hope so!)?  More information is available at
> http://us.pycon.o...­  or write us at
> [address removed].
>
> We look forward to hearing from YOU.
>
> Greg Lindstrom
> Tutorial Coordinator, PyCon 2010 (Atlanta)
> -- 
> http://mail.pytho...­
>
>        Support the Python Software Foundation:
>        http://www.python...­

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