I had the pleasure of attending Pycon 2013 and speaking last weekend.
The conference was excellent as always. Maybe I'll have a more detailed post later about the experience, but in the mean time let's get to the good stuff. Some of my favorites talks were the two by Raymond Hettinger. Unfortunately, those are not posted online yet. So I'll try to follow up later.
However, out of all the talks I saw the following really stood out AND are online already (in no particular order):
- Keynote by Eben Upton
- Python profiling
- How the Internet works
- Python 3.3 trust me it's better than 2.7
- Good enough is good enough
- How import works
- Server log analysis with Pandas
Building full-stack scientific applications in Python
Published: 03-22-2013 19:36:24