PyCon US 2011 speakers

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Dave Malcolm
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David Beazley

Python book author, software developer, and teacher. bio from Twitter

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David Cramer

just an average engineer bio from Twitter

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Deniz Kural

Computational Biologist. bio from Twitter

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Dino Viehland

Open Source Developer at Microsoft bio from Twitter

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Dmitry Jemerov

Balancing fun and quality in software development @ JetBrains bio from Twitter

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Doug Hellmann

Developer, editor, and author. bio from Twitter

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Ed Leafe

Python developer extraordinaire with Rackspace. Also known as the Dabo Dude. It goes without saying that my opinions are mine alone. bio from Twitter

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Eing Ong
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Eric Floehr

We help meteorologists and others understand, compare, and communicate their weather forecast accuracy (using Python and Django!) bio from Twitter

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Eric Gaumer
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Frank Wiles

Open Source Consultant specializing in scaling and performance. Python, Django, PostgreSQL. President and Founder of @revsys bio from Twitter

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Gary Bernhardt

hey just wondering if there's some programming language that has lazy lists and lots of monads? haven't heard of one yet (ノಥ益ಥ)ノ ┻━┻ bio from Twitter

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Gavin M. Roy

VP of Architecture @AWeber. Technology-minded geek who enjoys Python & Erlang, music and gaming. Author of RabbitMQ in Depth. bio from Twitter

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Geremy Condra

I'm a student, programmer, and CS guy bio from Twitter

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Glyph Lefkowitz

Hi. I'm glyph, a guy who sometimes writes programs. bio from Twitter

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Guido van Rossum

Python BDFL. Working at Dropbox. bio from Twitter

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Hilary Mason

chief scientist @bitly. Machine learning; I ♥ data and cheeseburgers.

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Ian Bicking

I'm a programmer. I work for Mozilla. I've done a bunch of open source stuff, I'm trying to figure out the next set of stuff to do. bio from Twitter

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Ikai Lan

I work in Developer Relations at Google on the Apps team. formerly (currently?) the cloud hulk's alter ego bio from Twitter

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Jack Diederich

Python dev, *Con speaker, and serial dot-commer. bio from Twitter

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Jacob Kaplan-Moss
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Jason Huggins

I ♥ Robots. Co-founder & CTO: @SauceLabs. Founder of the @SeleniumHQ project. Side-projects: @Tapsterbot, @PinThing bio from Twitter

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Jason Yan

Co-founder, CTO of @disqus bio from Twitter

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Jeffrey Armstrong
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Jen Leech

Coder, entrepreneur, co-founder of @tetherpad. Learning and challenges make me go. bio from Twitter

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Jim Baker

Sofware Engineer at Canonical; member, Ubuntu Server team/Juju project; Jython committer; co-author, The Definitive Guide to Jython bio from Twitter

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Jim Fulton
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Jimmy Retzlaff
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Joel Zachary Miller