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Slides/Handout for "Code Like A Pythonista: Idiomatic Python" Available
by David Goodger
July 26, 2007
The materials for the tutorial I presented at PyCon 2007 and OSCON 2007 are now available on my website (with links).


The tutorial, presented on Monday morning (July 23rd) here in Portland, went very well. All reports are positive. I procrastinated and didn't post the notes after PyCon, but they're now updated and posted on my web site, as an S5/HTML slideshow, as a plain HTML page (i.e., the handout), and the reST source.

The content is under a Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike (BY-SA) license. (In other words, you're welcome to reuse this material in your own way, but you have to credit me and give back your changes using the same license.)

Feedback is welcome. Enjoy.

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David Goodger has been using Python since 1998, and began working on reStructuredText and Docutils in 2000. A proud Canadian, he lived in Japan for 7 years, where a stint at a document processing company in Tokyo began his love/hate relationship with structured markup. David is a Python Enhancement Proposal (PEP) Editor and a member of the Python Software Foundation. He currently lives outside of Montreal, Quebec, with his Japanese wife and their two children.

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