This 3-day course is actually a greatly expanded version of my infamous Python Concurrency Workshop from 2009. It includes a wide mix of topics from network programming, concurrent programming, and distributed computing. Over the past year, I've been refining and improving the material. Ultimately, I might turn it into a new Python book, but if you want an early cutting-edge preview, you should come to the class.
I'll freely admit that when it comes to Django, I don't know much beyond the fact that it's written in Python. So, if you're like me and you'd like to learn more about it, you should come to this one-day course, taught by Chicago-area Django developers Chad Glendenin and Rodrigo Guzman. I'm both hosting and taking the course.Introduction to Python Programming, July 13-15. 2010
This is the standard 3-day Python programming class that I've taught at numerous on-site locations around the world. If you've programmed before, but never used Python, then this is the class that you want. Even if you've been programming Python already, you'll learn a variety of new tricks.Advanced Python Mastery, August 17-19, 2010.
If you've been programming Python for awhile, but want to take your knowledge to a whole new level, this might be the course for you. In short, this course goes far beyond what you find in a basic tutorial and focuses on some of Python's most advanced features. This includes metaprogramming, generators, coroutines, C extensions, performance optimization, inner workings of the object system, and more.
If you want more information about the courses go here. Hopefully I'll see in Chicago!
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