|nerdy odds and ends
||[Jun. 9th, 2010|05:08 pm]
For folks who are looking for a nice introduction to Python:
I came across Google's Python Class today, which is available under the CC-BY license. Seems like most of the heavy lifting to put all of this together was done by one of my college professors.
For folks who are looking for something to do in South Carolina this weekend:
Come to Southeast Linux Fest, which is an event that has a lot of ties to the Fedora community, not the least of which is that David Nalley is one of the event's organizers.
Yours truly is of this year's keynote speakers. Fedorans Paul Frields (a keynote speaker last year), Ian Weller, and Dan Walsh will also be speaking, and we're having a Fedora Activity Day for which I'm told over 100 people have registered.