First (Few) Tech (or Python) Conference(s)

Key Notes

Talks

Open Spaces

Look, it’s self organizing!.
Graphologists have a field day with my handwriting.
  1. Let the conversation flow but beware some people won’t know what specific acronyms or “lingo” means. It’s ok to ask whomever is talking to explain what they mean for the rest of the group.
  2. Try to take notes, either on a white board or a big piece of paper. Leave your details on top of wherever you’re taking notes and make yourself available afterwards.
  3. It’s OK to interrupt someone if you think the conversation is being monopolized into one topic. There are more people and an open space is made by everyone.

The Hallway Track

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