Got Python Questions? Ask Our Experts In The Rackspace Community

Filed in Cloud Industry Insights by Pat Reynolds | August 1, 2013 9:00 am

EDITOR’S NOTE: Update: We got some great feedback about the first AMA with Jesse, so we’re moving the discussion space for Alex’s AMA from the Community to http://reddit.com/r/rackspace[1] – that way it will be easier to follow the conversation and replies. In addition, we’re tightening up the timeframe – the AMA will happen on Tuesday ONLY, and not Tuesday through Thursday as originally planned. Finally, some of the other devs who work with Alex will be lending a helping hand, so there will be plenty of developer experience on tap for everyone! Hope to see you all there next Tuesday!

We know technical questions come up from time to time; questions that may require a pretty in-depth response. That’s why next week we’re launching a new Ask-Me-Anything three-day event series in partnership with the Rackspace Community[2]. It’s your opportunity to ask ANY development question you like and solicit feedback from Rackspace experts and others in the field. Ok, maybe not any development question: for this series of virtual events we’re focusing mainly on Python.

At Rackspace, we are fortunate to have the best and brightest in the Python community keeping us at the cutting edge, and they want to share some of their expertise and experience with our Community members!

Each month, a Racker Python expert will open a post for questions and reply to every (reasonable!) question asked on that post, over the course of three days. Technical questions might require some additional sourcing, so we encourage you to check back often on the post and your question.

Mark your calendars for August 6 through August 8 and join us for the first session with Jesse Noller. We have Alex Gaynor and Ed Leafe lined up to participate in the months following. We hope you can benefit from the conversations over the next few months.

Python Ask-Me-Anything

No RSVP is required for these events. Simply show up, post your question and watch the conversation take off. Join us again in September and October as the guests change each month. Hope to see you in the Community[10]!

Endnotes:
  1. http://reddit.com/r/rackspace: http://www.reddit.com/r/rackspace
  2. Rackspace Community: https://community.rackspace.com
  3. Jesse Noller: https://community.rackspace.com/members/jessenoller/default
  4. his blog: http://jessenoller.com/
  5. @jessenoller: https://twitter.com/jessenoller
  6. Alex Gaynor: https://community.rackspace.com/members/alex_5f00_gaynor/default
  7. @alex_gaynor: https://twitter.com/alex_gaynor
  8. Ed Leafe: https://community.rackspace.com/members/ed-leafe/default
  9. @EdLeafe.: https://twitter.com/EdLeafe
  10. Community: https://community.rackspace.com

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