Mark Shuttleworth and Antonio Rodriguez keynote at PyCon 2010, the world's largest conference of the Python programming community. Over 1,000 Python programmers are gathering now at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Atlanta for for eight days of intensive education, cooperation, and networking.
PyCon 2010 will take place February 17 to 25 at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference is organized and run by volunteer Python programmers; the users' perspective governs everything from talk selection to conference cost, making an exceptionally worthwhile conference. Registration is open now, and early-bird registration discounts apply through January 6.
A very basic question here. I am trying to set up a Python development environment to learn the language. I have Python 2.7.3 running on Linux mint14. I downloaded IDLE and installed it too, as I need a tabbing editor, and syntax highlighting won't hurt. Clean installs and Python runs just fine. I am past "Hello World!".
Ubuntu 12.10 has Python 3.2.3 default, so does this impact existing python tools, designed to be used with older python 2.x? There was a discussion in HackerNews on the same. I'm a bit apprehensive now to guide someone in python world moving to latest 12.10 for the reason it comes with Python3.2