[portland] Planning for the August Meeting
Ron at FascinatingElectronics.com
Wed Aug 1 02:32:34 CEST 2007
I don't know if this would be of use to anyone else, but I'd like to get some
feedback on a couple of short Python programs I'm writing. One is a subclass of
PySerial which adds a few methods to support the RC Servo hardware I
demonstrated last meeting. The other program exercises the RC servos while
displaying servo status and sensor information. I'd like these programs to look
good to experienced Python programmers, as I plan to submit them with an article
Is this something that would be appropriate at a meeting, posted to this mailing
list for comment, or is there a different Python forum for this sort of thing?
I'd be interested in seeing talks on distribution tools, WxPython and the most
Pythonic way to do multithreading.
Anyplace that I can get my monthly glass of Hefeweizen is fine with me for the
Adam Lowry wrote:
> On Tue, July 31, 2007 3:47 pm, jason kirtland wrote:
>>I can also share my experimental 5 minute "new features in Python
>>2.5 / beginning Python" talk that I kept in reserve at the July
>>meeting. It's an attempt to appeal to both those just starting out
>>and advanced users. Maybe it'll work, maybe it won't.
> I wonder, do any of the group members who are newer to Python have
> anything they've been wondering about? Something they've seen but aren't
> quite comfortable with? List comprehensions, subprocess module, generators
> or anything like that?
>>adjournment. If anyone wants to join me for a little
>>between-meeting Pythonic outing just let me know.
> I'm up for that. It's near work, so most days happy-hour ish would be fine.
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