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Abstracts for presentations are listed on the PyConDC2005/Presentations page. See also list of subset of papers and presentations

Wednesday, March 23

9:00

PyCon DC 2005: Welcome and Orientation

Steve Holden, PyCon Chair

9:30

Python on the .NET Platform

Jim Hugunin, Microsoft Corporation

10:30

Break

11:00

State of Zope

Extreme Programming with Python in the Classroom

Scripting the Mac with Python

Open Space

Jim Fulton

Michael Weigend

Jacob Kaplan-Moss

SchoolBell: a Zope 3 Calendar Server

py.test and the py lib

Introduction to PyObjC

Tom Hoffman

Holger Krekel

Bob Ippolito

Sprint Reports and Feedback

Agile Testing with Python Test Frameworks

PyObjC Hacking

Steve Holden

Grig Gheorghiu

Bob Ippolito

12:30

Lunch

1:30

PyWebOff: Mapping the Python Web Application Frameworks

matplotlib - from Brain Surgery to Rocket Science

Decimal Module for Beginners

Open Space

Michelle Levesque

John Hunter and Perry Greenfield

Michael Chermside

WSGIKit: Utilizing WSGI as a platform for inter-framework cooperation

A Python Preprocessing Framework for Hydrologic Modeling

Decimal Data Type

Ian Bicking

Dr Vic Kelson

Facundo Batista

Developing Responsive GUI Applications Using HTML and HTTP

MultiDrizzle: Astronomical Image Analysis Software for Python

Donovan Preston

Warren J. Hack

3:00

Break

3:30

Design Patterns and Python OOP: Objects by Design

MissionEngine: Multi-system Integration - Python in the Tactical Language Project

Open Space

Open Space

Alex Martelli

Prasan D. Samtani

Object-Oriented Design with Python

Intuition and Python Programming - the Python Visual Sandbox

Bruce Eckel

Michael Weigend

Traits - The Next Generation

Open Space

David Morrill

5:00

Break

5:30

PyPy and Type Inference

Python in the IT Field

PyCon 2006 Kickoff Meeting

Open Space

Armin Rigo

Greg Lindstrom

PyCon 2006 organizers

Localized Type-Inference in Python

OpenLaszlo: A Python Success Story

Brett Cannon

Oliver Steele

A Layered Event System to Provide Method Extensibility

Jim Fulton

Thursday, March 24

9:00

The State of Python

Guido van Rossum, Elemental Security

10:00

What is the PSF?

The PSF Board and Officers

10:30

Break

11:00

An Introduction to Building Chandler Parcels

Studying African Lions in the Serengeti Ecosystem with Python

Open Space

Open Space

Ted Leung / Katie Capps Parlante

Michael Urban

Cross Platform Desktop Applications with Python

Profiling and Visualizing Python Program Behavior

Nathan R Yergler

Clinton Jeffery

Keep it Simple with PythonCard

The Roundup Issue Tracker

Kevin Altis

Richard Jones

12:30

Lunch

1:30

Developing Database Applications with Schevo

Breaking the Rules of Commercial Software Development

Open Space

Lightning Talks

Patrick K. O'Brien, Orbtech

John Pinner

Dabo, the 3-tier Database Application Framework

The Complete File System: File System Virtualization Using Python

Ed Leafe The Dabo Project

Christopher Gillett

Durus: A Persistence System

Scratching an Itch - How to Insure your Book Collection with PyAmazon et al

David Binger

Michael Bernstein

3:00

Break

3:30

Descriptors, Decorators, Metaclasses: Python's "Black Magic"

Pychinko: A Native Python Rule Engine

Query-directed Data Mining using Python and Parallel Processing

Open Space

Alex Martelli

Yarden Katz

Christopher Gillett

Descriptors: from Functional Wart to Decorator Madness via Properties

Writing Efficient Rule-Driven Software in Python

Stupidity and Laser Cat Toys: Indexing the US Patent Database with Xapian, Twisted, and Nevow

Mike C Fletcher

Philip J Eby

Michael Salib

Iterators and Generators: It Ain't Your Gramp's Loop Any More!

Integrating RDF in Python Applications

The Time of Day

Alex Martelli

Nathan R Yergler

Anna Ravenscroft

5:00

Break

5.15

PSF Member Meeting

Friday, March 25

9:00

Python at Google

Greg Stein, Google

10:00

Break

10:30

Sequential Code in an Event-Driven World

How to Build an Air Traffic Control System

Acceptance of XML in the Python Community

Open Space

Nat Goodspeed

Neal Norwitz

Fred L Drake, Jr.

Python for Series 60

Pulling Java Lucene into Python: PyLucene

Yarn: Working with Messages in Diverse Formats and Protocols

Erik Smartt

Andi Vajda

Abe Fettig

Improving Python's Memory Allocator

Advanced Server Side Programming in Jython

Documentation Costs Avoided Using Python and other Open Standards

Evan Jones

S Prasanna

Andrew Fine

12:00

Lunch

1:00

Happy Hooking: Designing Software for Extensibility and Customization

Fast Networking with Python

Lightning Talks

Open Space

Ed Leafe The Dabo Project

Itamar Shtull-Trauring

Envisage - An Extensible Application Framework

Streaming Python

Martin Chilvers

Thomas Vander Stichele

2:00

Break

2:30

pyblosxom: A Microkernel Approach to Blogging

The Personal Internet Endpoint: Using Python and Twisted to Write Reliable Peer-To-Peer Programs

Convention Feedback

Ted Leung

Glyph Lefkowitz

3:00

Conference Closes


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