I've been asked to throw together some impromptu sessions on python for some developers at work. So I'm asking the lazy (python) web what would/have they do/done? My current plan is to be in a lab-type enviroment (everyone will have a laptop/desktop). All attendees are already developers. The first session will probably be just walking through the first chapter of Python Essential Reference, which does a good job of covering the basics. A later session might deal with debugging, coding style, gotchas and testing. Any suggestions, tips or experiences for migrating experienced developers? I've taught 80 year olds and 15 year olds python, but not developers. Hopefully this will prove to be easier ;)