While working on my IronPython presentation, I came across the announcement for PyOhio. They are now calling for proposals and accepting submissions until June 1. It’s good to see a familiar name to contact with proposal questions. Mat Kovach is a Cleveland-based developer who is involved with Northeast Ohio Open Source Society. He runs with my friend Martin, and he was also a presenter at Ohio LinuxFest 2007. He’s definitely someone to be familiar with, especially if you’re in the developer crowd in Cleveland.
If you’re interested in Python, definitely check out the PyOhio website. It’s taking place on July 26th in Columbus. As I hear more information about the PyOhio event, I will blog about it here!