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awesome-python-talks - :clapper: :mortar_board: An opinionated list of awesome videos related to Python, with a focus on training and gaining hands-on experience

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An opinionated list of awesome videos related to Python, with a focus on training and gaining hands-on experience. Python 3.3: Trust Me, It's Better than 2.7 [35 + 5 min, PyCon US 2013, slides] – A comprehensive overview of new features in Python 3.0 to 3.3, so you know what you need to read about.

calendar - A collection of awesome ruby events (conferences, camps, meetups, etc

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Note, this is the source code version, see the live web pages @ planetruby.github.io/calendar ».

awesome-tech-talks - :mortar_board: :clapper: An opinionated list of awesome videos related to IT / development topics, with a focus on training and gaining hands-on experience

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An opinionated list of awesome videos related to IT / development topics, with a focus on training and gaining hands-on experience. Note that "development" and "operations" category entries can be equally useful to both administrators and developers, and be it only to get a glimpse across the fence (or wall, most often). The Impact of Leveraging Open Source [51 min, Devoxx Belgium 2017] – Very nice introduction to Open Source (in the enterprise) and its major licenses by Jeff Strauss, an actual (but recovering) lawyer.

events - Materials related to events I might attend, and to talks I am giving

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Many conferences and other events require submissions of proposals, but very few of these are being made public in a timely fashion or at all. Plus, many of these submission systems have technical issues or do not provide submitters with a copy of their submission. I have thus started this repo to keep track of my submissions to such closed systems, and I will also use it for hosting the materials for some invited talks. Many more of my talks are available elsewhere, as detailed here. Some of them have been recorded.