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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 (email@example.com), 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
Aaron Lav, Pinefs: A Python user-space NFS server http://www.pobox.com/~asl2/software/Pinefs/
Facundo Batista, [http://pyar.decode.com.ar/], PyAr - Python Argentina: Objectives and activities.
Facundo Batista, [http://sourceforge.net/projects/sigefi], SiGeFi: A financial management system for personal use.
Ka-Ping Yee, A Module for Easy Web Scraping.
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
Matthew Blecker, Simple and intuitive config file rules for DB row evaluation in Python
Facundo Batista, Money module for financial applications.
David Goodger, Easy Menus in Emacs
Speakers without sessions
your name and title here (talk title)
Stefano Masini, [http://www.pragma2000.com Pragma 2000], How we do Publishing Automation, using Python, Twisted and Adobe Indesign