21st March 2003
Like Stuart, I’m severely tempted by the UK Python conference—as a student it would cost me £85 to go for the first day, not including train fairs. That’s a lot of money (considering I currently have none) for 4 sessions and the opportunity of a BOF meeting, but it’s quite rare for the UK to host a conference on something I’m heavily interested in (I’m yet to go to one). These tips on getting the most out of a conference would certainly come in handy.
Then again, I need to save up £100 for a Glastonbury ticket so it doesn’t look like there’s a chance of me scraping together the dough for both. Aah well.
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