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Video-series tagged with pycon

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
PyCon-Tech: The Python behind PyCon Doug Napoleone 01/07 10
PyCon 2010 Slides and Notes John Graves 02/10 0

Videos tagged with pycon

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
ShowMeDo's Presentation to PyCon Ian Ozsvald Kyran Dale 03/07 18
Django plus PHP Doug Napoleone 03/07 8
Chicago Pycon 2008 Kirby Urner 07/08 4
Effective Ajax with TurboGears Ian Ozsvald Kevin Dangoor 03/08 3
A Django ReST Wiki for PyCon2008 Doug Napoleone 09/07 2
PyCon-Tech Introduction Doug Napoleone 03/07 0
Schedule App Part 1a Doug Napoleone 03/07 0
Schedule App Part 1 Doug Napoleone 03/07 0
PyConPads John Graves 02/10 0

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