Carter, Tony and I are back from an awesome PyCon 2017 in Portland. Over the next few days I’ll cover different parts of our experience there.
For us, the conference started with the EDU summit where Tony presented Tangible Tools for Teaching with Python. The video is now available here:
If it doesn’t start in the middle of the video, then use this link.
Overall, the EDU summit was a nice gathering of folks focused on education. We met Nicholas Tollervey and Carol Willing there too! Here are all the EDU videos: Morning presentations, Afternoon Track 1, and Afternoon Track 2
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