[Chicago] June Meeting Presentations?

Chris McAvoy chris.mcavoy at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 16:01:49 CEST 2007

I'm definitely interested in the rpython talk, and think the Pickle
talk fulfills our "one newbie talk per meeting" rule.

I'm all for it...


On 6/6/07, Atul Varma <varmaa at gmail.com> wrote:
> A few weeks ago, I was in Sweden and happened to meet with three of
> the lead PyPy developers.  Over the course of several hours, I was
> able to get a toy interpreter running in RPython, which I compiled to
> a 40k C executable.  This probably wouldn't have been possible without
> their help.
> So if people are interested, on the 14th I'd like to give a sort of
> follow-up to my PyPy talk a few months ago.  It'd be pretty short,
> maybe 20-25 minutes on the outside, and would mostly consist of a
> walk-through of my toy interpreter and the PyPy toolchain, a
> clarification of a few things I didn't understand about PyPy when I
> last gave my talk, and a brief report on the state of PyPy today.
> Also, next month I'd be really interested in giving a talk on the
> pickle module, geared towards newbies and veterans; it'd start with a
> simple overview of what pickle is and how to use it, but would then
> dive into how it works internally and what security considerations
> should be made before using it.
> - Atul
> On 6/6/07, Chris McAvoy <chris.mcavoy at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> >
> > Anyone have any presentation ideas for next Thursday the 14th?
> >
> > Chris
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