Guido gave an awesome keynote! Folks, switch to Python 3! Women, become a core Python dev!
Gabriella followed up with a really interesting talk on her anthropological studies of Anonymous and free software organizations.
Disney gave out little 3D printed microbots as gifts to the speakers. So neat!
I saw Jessica! She and Ned were the first ones to tell me about PyCon about two years ago. They were also the first ones to encourage me to submit a proposal. I’m really glad I met them ’cause I’m a PyCon speaker now!
Later in the night, after a fish n’ chips dinner with the Warby folks, Harry, Albert, and I walked through an underground mall, when we were surprised with a light and water show. Here’s the last scene of that show.
Q: What are some other resources to learn Blender? A:CGCookie has really nice Blender tutorials.
Q: Can you talk more about what you did for mesh repair? A: Here’s a blog post I wrote a while ago about mesh repair. I submitted my mesh repair script as a patched for Blender’s 3D Print Utility Add-On. Check it out here.
Q: Can you control the fill of the model, when 3D printed, through Blender? A: If you’re printing the model yourself, you usually control the fill downstream of creating the model. For example, take a look at the different fills for Slic3r. If you’re sending off your model to be printed by a service, they’re usually filled solid.