[portland] TODAY! What's New in 2.6 and 3.0 10/14 7pm
jek at discorporate.us
Tue Oct 14 19:58:07 CEST 2008
Today's the day: we're meeting tonight at 7pm at CubeSpace.
Also, I'll have my laptop open with 2.6 and 3.0 interactive interpreters
up and running. Anyone's welcome to plug it in to the projector to show
I also ran off a copy of the What's New 2.6 docs but if anyone else can
it'd be great to have more copies circulating. My printer's nearly out
of toner and this copy is hard to read. Tip: the whatsnew.pdf from the
PDF docs download prints best.
See you tonight!
jason kirtland wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Python 2.6 has been released and 3.0 will be shortly. We'll be
> celebrating their releases this Tuesday with a D.I.Y. What's New party!
> The format is simple: pick a change or two from the What's New in Python
> documentation from 2.6 or 3.0 and tell us about it! You can use the
> projector if you want, but < 5 minutes. That's easy because most
> changes are small.
> Here's an example from 3.0:
> "Removed <> (use != instead)."
> So easy! Find some and bring 'em to us. If you get inspired and want
> to share one of the few larger changes (< 10 min), check the wiki and
> put your name down.
> I'll be bringing *two growlers* of rare and wonderful beer from Bailey's
> Taproom to get the party started. Bring hardcopy of one or both What's
> New if you can. And party hats.
> wiki: http://pdxpython.org/
> maps, rsvp, etc.: http://python.meetup.com/183/
> Tuesday 10/14 7pm at CubeSpace. See you there!
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