Wednesday, March 19, 2008
PyCon presenters, unite!
If you gave a talk at PyCon and haven't uploaded your slides to the official PyCon website yet, but you have posted them online somewhere else, please leave a comment to this post with the location of your slides. I'm helping Doug Napoleone upload the slides, since some authors have experienced issues when trying to upload the slides using their PyCon account. Thanks!
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I presented "Developing, Testing, and Debugging Python Applications with Wing IDE (#132)" and have placed the talk online here.
I have also placed online the slides for my lightning talk on Friday. But this was one of the boring sponsor talks...
I presented "Python 101 for Programmers" (AM3, I think), and the slides are here (PDF) and here (PowerPoint)
Hmm, I can't even find the link for uploading my slides -- maybe it's too late??
I'd upload the PDF but !#%!#$ PPT makes it 22mb. The above file is 900 kb...
I gave two talks...
The first is "An Introduction to repoze.zope2", and the pdf slides are here
The second was "Supervisor as a platform", and the pdf slides are here.
Steve, Titus and Chris -- I posted your slides.
Stephan -- unfortunately I can only post files, not links to online S5 slides. I'm working with Doug N. on changing that.
I eventually uploaded my talk to the PyCon website, but you can also get them on my O'Reilly blog along with an additional article on creating command line tools.
Link to slides and article on CLI Tool in Python
Actually it turns out that in order to be able to upload a file, I also need to specify a comment. No comment, no successful upload of the file....I filed a bug with Doug N. on this.
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