I went to Altanta for PyCon this weekend. It’s a huge geek/hacker convention for fans of the Python programming language. I’ve attended it for the past 5 years and have always enjoyed it. I don’t do enough programming in python but it always reminds me of why I should. And yes the language was named in honor of Monty Python.
This was my first trip to Atlanta and the state of Georgia. I learned a few things:
1. It is no longer Carter Country
2. They do not have Billy Beer
3. It’s very cosmopolitan
4. Downtown Atlanta is very conference/convention friendly
5. The wait at the chicken & waffle place is two hours