[IronPython] Presenting IronPython for local INETA group

Catherine Devlin catherine.devlin at gmail.com
Sat Nov 12 15:34:43 CET 2005

Good for you, Szymon!  I wish I could see it... from everything I've
read, Kraków is a beautiful city.

I don't have any suggestions for you, but I do hope to benefit from
whatever you end up putting together.  I volunteered to give a "Python
and IronPython" talk in Ohio on Jan. 21
(http://daytondevgroup.net/CodeCamp.htm),  It's also a .NET-centered
event, so if you'd be willing to share your slides, outlines, or
whatever with me, I would greatly appreciate it.  (I expect they'll be
in Polish, but I think I'll be able to manage.)

Since I come from the Python and open-source world, rather than the
.NET world, I feel a particular need to anticipate the needs and
questions of people for whom VB and C# are their frame of reference. 
Does anyone have suggestions there?

Is there something like an IronPython Evangelism wiki page?  Maybe we
can assemble what we find and create into one...

On 11/8/05, Szymon Kobalczyk <s.kobalczyk at softwaremind.pl> wrote:
> Hello,
> I will be presenting IronPython for KGD (Krakowska Grupa Deweloperów
> .NET), the local INETA user group, on November 17th (thats Thursday next
> week). This will be short, half hour, session but I hope to make it
> interesting. I'm going to show some demos of using IP both as standalone
> interpreter and as embeddable script engine. I will also talk a bit
> about dynamic and scripting languages on the CLR framework in general.
> This is something I wanted to do since I learned of IronPython myself:
> spread the word of this great tool to other fellow developers. I think
> that after working with IP for last couple of months I have pretty good
> grasp of what it can do. But please let me know, if you have any
> materials or cool samples that I could use or you have any suggestions
> what I should absolutely show or talk about.
> If you happen to live near Kraków (Poland) feel free to drop in.
> Regards,
> Szymon Kobalczyk
> http://www.geekswithblogs.net/kobush

- Catherine

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