[Chicago] ANN ChiPy January Meeting Thursday the 8th at Roosevelt University Computer
fred at polgardy.com
Wed Jan 7 17:48:03 CET 2009
Whoa. At 10 min per talk, this is already at 2+ hrs., and we haven't even
gotten to the Py3K part yet. What's the plan?
On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 4:58 PM, Brian Ray <bray at sent.com> wrote:
> Chicago Python User Group
> Go ChiPy! The world's most successful user group strikes again!
> The agenda for this month's ChiPy meeting includes a presentation by
> Computer Software Consultant and Contractor, Allan Spale, on Python 3000
> (Py3k) official release. This is the result of over three years of work by
> the Python Team and is the first ever intentionally backwards incompatible
> Python release.
> The rest of the meeting will consist of short timed verbal comparisons of
> other programming languages to Python by some of ChiPy most notable members.
> All presenters will be given a short list of questions about the language
> features they must answer during the talk. The best presentation will be
> voted on at the end of the meeting. Future meetings may be dedicated to any
> interesting topic's found during the first ChiPy meeting of 2009.
> Our host for the meeting is the Roosevelt University Computer Association
> (RUCA). Thanks in advance for kindly hosting this event full of colorful
> languages and people.
> This *will* be our best meeting yet.
> • Py3k Official Release, the next version of the Python Programming
> Language - Allan Spale
> • The Python Language Comparison Lighting Talks:
> • C - Daniel Griffin
> • tcl/tk - tentative
> • Logo - Ian Bicking
> • Smalltalk -Ian Bicking
> • Groovy - David Durham
> • JAVA - Garrett Smith
> • Ruby - Frederick Polgardy
> • Boo - Feihong Hsu
> • C++ - Allan LeSage
> • Lua - Allan LeSage
> • Clojure - Cosmin Stejerean
> • C# - Marc Temkin
> Thursday, January 8th, ~7pm
> Roosevelt University, Gage Building, 18 S. Michigan Ave, 5th floor
> 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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