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PyCon: suggestions for tutorial speakers wanted

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A planned new addition to PyCon 2006 is a day of tutorials before the
conference; tutorials will cost extra and give attendees a chance to
take a 3-hour introduction to Python (or some other topic) before they
leap into conference-going.

A Call for Tutorials will be posted soon. It'll go to
comp.lang.python.announce as usual, but we'll also send it directly to
various people who do Python training professionally. Which leads to
my request...

Have you taken a Python-related course from a professional who turned
out to be really good? We'd like to know about such people so that we
can send them a copy of the Call for Tutorials. Please let me know,
either here or in private e-mail.

If you're interested in giving a tutorial, you can also express an
interest in order to receive the CFT; just drop me a line and I'll
save your e-mail. You should plan for a 3-hour session, interrupted
by a break halfway through. Further details and requirements will be
in the CFT when it appears; I'm hoping it'll go out next week.

--amk
Oct 27 '05 #1
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