PyCon 2010 is going to be in Atlanta. I'm psyched about it coming back to the east coast - no flying for me next year, hooray.
It's been several years since I gave a talk at PyCon. I think it's about time I did that again. One problem I have, though, is that most things I think I'm qualified to talk about are pretty boring. Who really cares about how to use Twisted's HTTP client? Or about how to balance load across a cluster? It's just some library calls.
But I'm going to talk about something, and since I won't be the one listening to the talk, I figure I shouldn't be the one to decide if it's interesting or not. What do you, the PyCon going public, want to hear about? And if you're not sure if you want to go to PyCon next year, what talk would help you make up your mind to go?