Friday, February 24, 2006
PyCon notes part 1
I'll post some more PyCon-related stuff shortly, but for now I just want to let people who are here at PyCon know (in case they're subscribed to Planet Python, which I assume most of them are...) that Titus and I will present a shorter, 1-hour version of our Agile Development and Testing tutorial this Sunday Feb.26th. We reserved two consecutive Open Space sessions, from 10:50 AM to around 12:00 PM, in one of the Bent Tree rooms. Hopefully this will benefit people who wanted to get into our tutorial but were not able to at the time. We had some good feedback from the people who attended the tutorial, and we'll try to present some of the highlights on Sunday.
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