[Python Edinburgh] Pub Meetup on Tuesday
mark.smith at practicalpoetry.co.uk
Tue Oct 28 17:56:48 CET 2014
I read your email earlier and meant to reply - bit of a busy day!
It would be great to have you along. I hope Ed Hawkins is going to make it
this evening - he does exactly the kind of thing you're talking about. If
not, I'm happy to talk about my limited experiences - Python's definitely a
good choice for this sort of thing - I know of at least 3 electronics
companies offhand that use Python to drive their hardware testing.
On 28 October 2014 10:23, Bill Buschle <bill.buschle at ed.ac.uk> wrote:
> I am new to Python and I was hoping to come by the pub tonight to see what
> the PUG in Edinburgh is all about.
> Really what I am looking to get into is using Python for hardware
> integration and control (sensors, motors, automation, etc). Ia am an
> engineering research at the University and was hoping to start up some
> training modules for students and technical staff at the uni in the future.
> If you have any ideas or could suggest who to talk to, I would love to
> discuss tonight.
> Hopefully speak soon!
> On Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 2:16 PM, Mark Smith <
> mark.smith at practicalpoetry.co.uk> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> After our dojo last month, we're back to our usual monthly schedule, so:
>> Our monthly pub meetup is on Tuesday, at the Potting Shed, starting
>> around 6:30pm. This is a great opportunity to find out what people are
>> doing in the local area, talk to people about job vacancies, ask technical
>> questions, or just chat about technology (or anything else, really) - we're
>> a friendly group, and beginners are more than welcome!
>> There will be printouts of the Python logo on the table to help any
>> newcomers recognise us.
>> Hope to see you there!
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>> Edinburgh at python.org
> Bill Buschle
> Postgraduate Researcher
> School of Engineering
> The University of Edinburgh
> King's Buildings
> Edinburgh, EH9 3JL
> Direct: 0131 650 7444
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