[Chicago] Introduce Yourself
matthewlkiefer at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 01:59:05 CEST 2012
I'm a researcher/journalist at Crain's, formerly Tribune and Sun-Times
Media. I've used pysqlite and csvkit for basic data analysis. Right now I'm
working on a Django app using data from the city api.
I've been to some Loop meetings -- never made it to North but would try to
show up to those, too. Still learning, just starting to do stuff so I try
to get involved with hands-on training when I can. The Django workshop at
CLC last spring was a pretty cool idea.
On Oct 11, 2012 5:13 PM, "Michael Tobis" <mtobis at gmail.com> wrote:
> From the far southern suburbs (Austin TX). A charter ChiPy member and
> still lurking.
> Still using Python to manage large ensembles of scientific code in
> climate research. Also I run a modestly popular and extremely
> interesting sustainability blog at http://planet3.org and am working
> to help it escape from WordPress to Django.
> I'm a Python enthusiast of long standing but by chipy standards only a
> semi-pro, so I am constantly learning things from this list, including
> I keep planning to just show up again but have not been able to make
> my Chicago trips coincide with a meeting.
> I also admit that I hang around python folks as a partial antidote to
> the gloom and doom I preach all the time. I love the creativity and
> enthusiasm and competence, so don't ask me about that environment
> stuff at a python meeting because I am looking to you to cheer me up
> not the other way around.
> Michael Tobis
> Chicago mailing list
> Chicago at python.org
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