However I still couldn’t find the keynote speaker videos available online. Tracks that I attended and already available online are: A. Jesse Jiryu Davis talk, Social Network Analysis with Python, Statistics in Python with R. I remembered I was sitting in front of R3 room at A. Jesse Jiryu Davis’s talk hence there were so many attendess. That’s why I could take a great shot from where I sat.
It’s very nice to meet so many people who share the same interest. It was a very great experience for me, for being one in six-hundreds Pythonistas. Even, the Taiwan Pythonistas are very kind and generous. Jack Tsai allowed me to stay at his place for one night in Hsinchu by the time I arrived at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.
I believe in a circle. We must be in a right circle to help us improve our self. That’s why I try consistently organizing a bimonthly Python Indonesia meetup. We haven’t had six-hundreds Pythonistas yet. Having our own PyCon Indonesia sure it’s still a long way to go. But we believe with this small meetup it will make a difference in the future, as long we can keep it consistent.
Last words. Sure, I realize still need to learn and practice more about Python. And … thank you for the PyCon APAC 2014 organizer for organizing such a great events. Thank you Jack Tsai for the hospitality. Thank you Tzer-jen Wei for taking me to Hualien and have rafting at Xiuguluan River. Thank you Fernando Perez and Andreas Klockner for a wonderful time spent with.