PyCon07 (the biggest PyCon ever!) is just around the corner, and I'm really looking forward to (pardon the term) geeking out for a few days! Python is my hobby, although it leaks over into my work pretty regularly, and I expect to have a great time forgetting about work and focusing on Python.
I don't think I'll be at too many talks, partly because I find that simply downloading the software and hacking on it is a higher-bandwidth way of absorbing information. Heck, I mainly go to talks to see what the author of some piece of code looks like, and what with the testing tools panel, the python-dev panel, and the Web panel, I expect to see or meet at least half the people I know ;).
Anyway, the point of conferences is to meet people. So I look forward to seeing everyone, and if you're looking for me, don't hesitate to e-mail me or grab me or ... I particularly enjoyed some of the dinners last year, where we would go out to eat with a bunch of hackers and talk about something random.
Oh, and Phil Hassey, the creator of Galcon, is coming. No word yet on whether or not we'll have some massive let's-all-kill-each-other Galcon fest, but it would be fun...
Posted by Richard Jones on 2007-02-17 at 23:45.
There's definitely going to be some Galcon'ing during the "Game Clinic" BoF. Possibly also during the Sprints, we'll see :)
Posted by Terry Peppers on 2007-02-18 at 09:25.
Titus, I figured Twill has saved my butt enough times in 2006 that I owe you a couple of drinks. Plus, it would be nice to put a face to the name. I'll look you up.