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PyCon US 2013 speakers

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Adam Hitchcock

Engineer at DISQUS focusing on realtime data and serving ads. I also am pretty good at coding in Python, making highly concurrent web systems, and snowboarding.

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Alex Gaynor

when in doubt, program a computer. bio from Twitter

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Alex Kouznetsov
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Alex Martelli
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Alexandra Strong
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Allen Downey
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Allen Short
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Amjith Ramanujam

Python Agent Engineer at NewRelic.

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Amr Hiram
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Andrew Montalenti

Co-Founder & CTO at http://parse.ly

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Andy Dirnberger

PyGotham • Big Apple Py bio from Twitter

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Andy Terrel

computational scientist, HPC expert, Pythonista

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Anna Ravenscroft

Pythonista bio from Twitter

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Anthony Oliver

CTO and Founder of @Sightmachine board member at @a2geeks Interest: SimpleCV, Python, The Singularity, Linux, Open Source. Robotics, DIY, Makers bio from Twitter

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Armin Rigo
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Asheesh Laroia
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Ashwini Oruganti

Thoughts are my imaginary cat's. Director, @thePSF. Financial Aid Chair, @pycon. {tls | python | twisted | hippyvm} bio from Twitter

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Audrey M. Roy

Creator of Cookiecutter & Python, JS, CSS open source libraries. Coauthor of Two Scoops of Django. @IEPyladies leader. Painter, sculptor, artist. MIT EECS 2005 bio from Twitter

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Augie Fackler

Version control hacker. Musician on the side. bio from Twitter

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Beau Lyddon

Software Engineer (Webfilings), github.com/lyddonb, Sports nut, movie and music and guy bio from Twitter

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Ben Bangert

Ben Bangert is a San Francisco Bay Area programmer best known for his Python open-source work on Pylons, Beaker, and Routes. He currently works at Mozilla. bio from Twitter

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Benjamin Peterson

Python implementor; CPython and PyPy core developer. Composer. bio from Twitter

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Benjamin Zaitlen
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Bradley M. Kuhn
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Brandon Rhodes

Python programmer who enjoys web design, beautiful code, gin, craft beer, and the Oxford comma.

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Brett Cannon

Python core developer, snarky Canadian bio from Twitter

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Brian Curtin

never touch the clowns, let the clowns touch you bio from Twitter

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Brian Granger

Physics professor, IPython, PyZMQ, SymPy bio from Twitter

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Brian Jones

CTO at @AWeber. Python, devops, web architecture, scalability hound, and metrics junky. Technology trainer, author, speaker. Community guy. Dad. Home brewer. bio from Twitter

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Bruce Eckel

Author of Thinking in Java & Thinking in C++; a number of other books. Consultant, speaker, organizer of new-style events. Skier, mountain biker, actor, painter bio from Twitter