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This page will list speakers for the Lightning Talk session.
Session 1: Thursday 1pm, 90 minutes
Grig Gheorghiu, [http://agiletesting.blogspot.com], Selenium and PyFIT/FitNesse demos
Eric Jones speaking for Travis Oliphant, Description of new scipy_core project seeking to unify Numeric and Numarray behind a single array object, [http://numeric.scipy.org]
Richard Jones, [http://mechanicalcat.net/tech/ld48], LD48: Having far too much fun programming in Python.
Wayne K. Yamamoto, Entrepreneur in Residence at Rustic Canyon Partners (firstname.lastname@example.org), Venture Capital: Snake Oil for the Python Developer? Banking Your Company on Python
Richard Jones, Pronunciation in the Python World (I vs y)
Ka-Ping Yee, Visualizing Reams of Python-Dev Mail.
Richard Jones, PyPI: Python's CPAN
Session 2: Friday 1pm, 60 minutes
- Ian Bicking, A 1-minute general-purpose metaclass (and a 4-minute explanation)
- Ian Bicking, Python marketing and web programming
Speakers without sessions
your name and title here (talk title)
Ka-Ping Yee, A Simple Module for Web Scraping.
Stefano Masini, [http://www.pragma2000.com Pragma 2000], How we do Publishing Automation, using Python, Twisted and Adobe Indesign
Facundo Batista, [http://pyar.decode.com.ar/], PyAr - Python Argentina: Objetives and activities.
Facundo Batista, [http://sourceforge.net/projects/sigefi], SiGeFi: A financial management system for personal use.