PyCon is back to Bangalore for the 4th edition. I've been to all the previous three editions, and I'm looking forward to this one.
I haven't spoken at any of the previous editions, and hadn't even really considered speaking at the previous editions. But, this time, I proposed a couple of talks, and both of them have been accepted! Woot! Lots of work ahead of me, but I'm really looking forward to give good talks. I'll be talking about Enaml, and showing a brief demo of all the wonderful things it makes possible. In the other talk, I'll give a brief overview of the latest happenings in the SciPy community and the projects to look forward to and contribute to. Pankaj and I will be talking together on this.
Also, Kenneth (lawgon) will be deeply missed at this edition of PyCon.
Sadly, John Hunter, the lead author of matplotlib, also passed away last week. RIP. :(