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wxPython Tutorials at PyCon 2010
by David Goodger
January 5, 2010
This year I'll be presenting two tutorials on building desktop GUI applications with wxPython.


Web and mobile apps are all the rage, but they're really just the tip of the iceberg. The vast majority of software currently being written is for use in-house. Desktop applications are the norm, and a graphical user interface (GUI) is usually requireed when non-techies are the end-users.

At PyCon 2010 I'll be presenting two tutorials on building desktop GUI applications with wxPython, one of the top cross-platform GUI toolkits available for Python. The first tutorial will introduce the wxPython widgets and will focus on layout: simple & easy interface design. The second tutorial will focus on the MVC (model-view-controller) pattern/architecture for building complex GUI apps with a clean separation of concerns.

There are many other tutorials to choose from too.

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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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