[Chicago] Venue & Topic
thatmattbone at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 06:44:03 CEST 2011
I know we've seen zeromq with Beazley's talks, but is there any
interest in an intro-level zeromq talk?
I'm thinking a sort of
inspirational-sockets-are-hard-but-zmq-fixes-everything kind of deal?
I gave this talk with zero(mq) success at loyola:
On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 4:27 PM, Chad Glendenin <chad at glendenin.com> wrote:
> I just picked up a $49 license for the PyCharm Python/Django IDE while
> it's on sale (50% off for 9 more days), but I'm a long-time Vim user
> and have never really gotten into IDE's. If anybody here has some
> experience with it (or with IntelliJ, which it's based on) and could
> give a lightning talk or quick walk-through of cool stuff it can do,
> I'd appreciate it.
> What our BDFL Guido had to say about PyCharm a year ago:
> Or, if we go to Sully's and somebody is willing to walk me through it
> before or after the meeting, I'll buy you a beer.
> On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 4:09 PM, Brian Ray <brianhray at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have been asking around off the list. I have not come up with a
>> really cool unique venue. We may need to stick with a really cool
>> unoriginal venue like ITA. Please let me know if you come up with
>> On topics, the floor is now open for topics and presenters. Here are some ideas:
>> * Your PyCon Talk
>> * All things MQ.... Rabbit, Zero, .....
>> * Zope... yes I said Zope. I still think it would be awsome to dive
>> back into Zope goodness and badness....
>> * Big Data stuff ...Map Reduce over Hadoop... MongoDB. Cassandra
>> If you have anything on the tip of your tongue just toss it out there.
>> We are wide open and will gladely give honest feedback.
>> Brian Ray
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