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Andromeda Yelton's picture


(in case you didn't see it in the CodeYear forum...)

Last night I heard Jessica McKellar, a big shot on the Boston Python scene who's going to be one of the PyCon keynotes next spring, tell us all why we should go to PyCon.  tl;dr if you can, you should go to PyCon!  It sounds like it'll be an awesome time if you're at all interested in Python -- friendly to people at all skill levels, and this year it's focusing on education, so I think it'll be especially good for beginners and for people running any kind of code events at their libraries.  It's next March in Santa Clara: https://us.pycon.org/2013/