PyCon Locked and Loaded
Finished up my PyCon 2012 registration by adding a heap of tutorials:
- Bayesian statistics made (as) simple (as possible)
- Data analysis in Python with pandas
- Social Network Analysis with Python
- Making Interactive Maps for the Web
I would have preferred Raymond Hettinger’s Advanced Python 1 instead of Social Network Analysis, just to break up the data intensive run, but it was sold out. Maybe sometime in the future.
That’s gonna make for a pretty packed and intense schedule when you factor in the talks on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Not to mention I’m essentially taking red-eye flights on each end. But the goal is to mainline the Python experience and come back firing on all hacking cylinders. We’ll see if I survive.