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Mark Lutz Python interview

Python author and trainer Mark Lutz will be interviewed
on the radio show Tech Talk this Sunday, October 1st,
at 6PM Eastern time. He'll be answering questions about
Python, his books, and his Python training services.

For more details about the show, see Tech Talk's website
at http://techtalk.imi-us.com. You can also listen to
the live webcast of the show on KFNX's website,
http://www.1100kfnx.com.

--Python Training Services
http://home.earthlink.net/~python-training

Sep 29 '06 #1
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Mark Lutz wrote:
Python author and trainer Mark Lutz will be interviewed
on the radio show Tech Talk this Sunday, October 1st,
at 6PM Eastern time. He'll be answering questions about
Python, his books, and his Python training services.
Does he always talk in the third person ? ;-)

Fuzzyman
http://www.voidspace.org.uk
For more details about the show, see Tech Talk's website
at http://techtalk.imi-us.com. You can also listen to
the live webcast of the show on KFNX's website,
http://www.1100kfnx.com.

--Python Training Services
http://home.earthlink.net/~python-training
Sep 29 '06 #2
Fuzzyman wrote:
Mark Lutz wrote:
>Python author and trainer Mark Lutz will be interviewed
on the radio show Tech Talk this Sunday, October 1st,
at 6PM Eastern time. He'll be answering questions about
Python, his books, and his Python training services.

Does he always talk in the third person ? ;-)
We'll have to listen to the interview to find out. :)
Sep 30 '06 #3

Fuzzyman wrote:
Mark Lutz wrote:
Python author and trainer Mark Lutz will be interviewed
on the radio show Tech Talk this Sunday, October 1st,
at 6PM Eastern time. He'll be answering questions about
Python, his books, and his Python training services.

Does he always talk in the third person ? ;-)
Yes, I've heard that he does. :-)

Sep 30 '06 #4
Mark Lutz wrote:
Fuzzyman wrote:
>>Mark Lutz wrote:
>>>Python author and trainer Mark Lutz will be interviewed
on the radio show Tech Talk this Sunday, October 1st,
at 6PM Eastern time. He'll be answering questions about
Python, his books, and his Python training services.

Does he always talk in the third person ? ;-)


Yes, I've heard that he does. :-)
Shouldn't that have been "He believes so"?

Good luck in the interview.

regards
Steve
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Sep 30 '06 #5
They eventually got this once posted on the website.
http://techtalk.imi-us.com/Archives/2006/20061001/

The Lutz interview starts at 10:00 minutes in.

-Jack

On Fri, Sep 29, 2006 at 11:25:34AM -0700, Mark Lutz wrote:
Python author and trainer Mark Lutz will be interviewed
on the radio show Tech Talk this Sunday, October 1st,
at 6PM Eastern time. He'll be answering questions about
Python, his books, and his Python training services.

For more details about the show, see Tech Talk's website
at http://techtalk.imi-us.com. You can also listen to
the live webcast of the show on KFNX's website,
http://www.1100kfnx.com.

--Python Training Services
http://home.earthlink.net/~python-training

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Dec 14 '06 #6

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