[Chicago] ANN: ChiPy August Meeting Topic "Snakes On Apples"
chris.mcavoy at gmail.com
Tue Aug 7 17:57:08 CEST 2007
I can't be at the meeting this Thursday. Baby Wil came this past
Saturday morning. He and his Mom are doing great.
I'm sure I'll be at the meeting in September though,
On 8/5/07, Brian Ray <bray at sent.com> wrote:
> ChiPy the Chipmunk** invites you to attend August's Chicago Python
> User Group meeting. ChiPy says, "This will be the best meet ever!"
> Thursday August 9th 2007 7:00PM
> Snakes on Apples <http://chipy.org/SnakesOnApples> Developing Python
> on the Mac. All are welcome, no Macintosh, Unix, or Python experience
> - TextMate with Python -- Kumar McMillan
> + how to edit / navigate -- all the stuff that makes it
> comparable to emacs or whatnot (I'll keep this short)
> + hack: how to write commands / Bundles to automate your coding
> - Address Book Plugin for syncing with gmail contacts utilizing
> libgmail -- Brian Ray
> - Python Sprint at Google and PyCon '08 updates / discussion
> - After: If you wish, follow Chipy the Chipmunk to Greektown or
> Taylor Street
> The University of Illinois at Chicago
> Science and Engineering Offices (SEO 1000)
> 851 South Morgan Street
> Chicago, Illinois 60607
> (note: Emergency Cell 773 835 9876, if you get lost and need moral
> FROM O'HARE AIRPORT BY CTA TRAIN: Take the CTA BLUE LINE TRAIN from
> O'Hare to the UIC-Halsted stop. Exit up
> stairs in center of the train platform (the platform also has two
> long ramps on either side heading East and West, which also
> can be used). Proceed South on street level to the UIC campus.
> FROM MIDWAY AIRPORT BY CTA TRAIN: Take the CTA ORANGE LINE TRAIN from
> Midway to the Clark/Lake station. Exit
> the train, GO DOWNSTAIRS and transfer to the CTA BLUE LINE. Take the
> Blue Line train towards 54/Cermak (Forest Park)
> and exit at the UIC-Halsted stop. Exit up stairs in center of the
> train platform (the platform also has two long ramps on either
> side heading East and West, which also can be used). Proceed South on
> street level to the UIC campus.
> PARKING: Public parking is available via a four-level parking garage
> on the NE corner of Taylor & Halsted streets, and at
> the open parking lot on the SE corner of Taylor and Morgan streets.
> IF PARKING IN THE GARAGE, ENTER ON THE
> LEFT DRIVEWAY as you turn Nor th into the building, ensuring that you
> take a ticket. If parking in the open lot, enter
> through the Southern most driveway, the one that has the attendant
> DRIVING FROM THE NORTH: Take 90/94 South (Kennedy Expressway) to the
> Taylor Street/Roosevelt Ave, Exit 52A.
> Keep to the right and turn right immediately onto Taylor Street. The
> entrance to the parking garage will be immediately to
> your right.
> FROM THE SOUTH: Take 90/94 Nor th (Dan Ryan Expressway). Pass to the
> far right lane and take the Roosevelt Ave exit,
> Exit 52B. Stay in the middle or far right lane and go straight
> through the first intersection, paralleling the expressway. Turn
> left onto Taylor Street. The entrance to the parking garage will be
> to your right.
> FROM THE WEST: Take 290 East (Eisenhower Expressway) to 90/94 South
> (Dan Ryan Expressway). Immediately exit to
> the right onto Taylor Street/Roosevelt Ave, Exit 52A. Stay to the
> right and turn right at the light onto Taylor Street. The
> entrance to the parking garage will be immediately to your right.
> FROM THE EAST: In the Loop area, take Harrison Street. Proceed west
> and turn left onto Halsted Street. Continue South
> on Halsted, turn left onto Taylor and left again into the parking
> Food Donations
> Roy Talman & Associate
> About ChiPy
> ChiPy is a group of Chicago Python Programmers, l33t, and n00bs.
> Meetings are held monthly at various locations around Chicago.
> Also, ChiPy is a proud sponsor of many Open Source and Educational
> efforts in Chicago. Stay tuned to the mailing list for more info.
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