[Baypiggies] Pylons/Web-focused meet ups in Bay Area ?
progrium at gmail.com
Mon Jun 8 22:57:59 CEST 2009
Or you could just get them all to come to SuperHappyDevHouse. ;)
On 6/8/09, Harry Tormey <slander at unworkable.org> wrote:
> Baypiggies has put on some fantastic big name talks and is a great
> event for meeting people/networking.
> However its scale (20+ people) does not lend itself to small group
> discussions where an idea can be developed. PyGameSF fills this role
> but its focus is on multimedia projects and not strictly web frameworks.
> I think there is a hole in the market for a smaller (less than 15
> people) more hackathon oriented Meetup for python web frameworks,
> where developers who write apps with different frameworks can meet to
> compare notes and perhaps collaborate on projects.
> On Thu, Jun 04, 2009 at 02:41:34PM -0700, Niall O'Higgins wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Just wondering if there are any existing meet-ups focused on
> > Python-based Web technologies, e.g. WSGI/Pylons/Django/TurboGears in
> > the Bay Area.
> > Ideally this would be a forum for people to present their work,
> > share knowledge and collaborate.
> > If there aren't any already, I would be interested in starting such a
> > group.
> > Thanks!
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> > Niall O'Higgins
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