[EuroPython] JavaScript meeting: Wednesday, 9.45am, Library Theatre

Ricardo Santos ricardo at getgears.com
Thu Jul 15 10:29:10 CEST 2010

Hi Jonathan

I am a long time backend developer that only touched JS code for very
little tasks or fixes. This is a world that I intentionally have let
myself out of but now would like to get know and so the first group
you mentioned seems perfect.

Can you just explain to my the concept of the meeting? Everyone will
share experiences or what?

Best regards,

Ricardo Santos

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On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 9:29 AM, Jonathan Fine <jfine at pytex.org> wrote:
> Hi
> As webapps do more in the client, there's growing interest in JavaScript in
> the Python world.  There are 14 JavaScript related talks at this EuroPython
> (listed at http://wiki.europython.eu/JavaScript).
> I thought it would be nice for all interested in JavaScript to meet in
> person and as a group, so I've set up a meeting as part of the main talks
> schedule.
> It's currently scheduled for Wednesday at 9.45am in the Library Theatre.
> That's right after the keynote.
> To help you choose, other talks scheduled at that time are
>  Taming Twisted with Generators: Raymond Hettinger
>  What I learnt at PyCon: Jason Kirtland
>  Organise a Python code dojo!: Nicholas Tollervey
> I organised a similar meeting as part of EuroPython 2008 (in Vilnius) and it
> went well.  As I recall there were about 20 of us, mostly divided into two
> groups, (1) those coming into JavaScript from Python, and (2) those for whom
> browser scripting has been for a long time their main activity.
> The wiki page for the meeting is
> http://wiki.europython.eu/Talks/Javascript%204%20Pythonistas
> You can learn about my interests there, and I hope you'll add to the page
> your interests.
> --
> Jonathan
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