The First Pune Python meet is scheduled on 24th June.

Sandy sandeep.gohad at
Mon Jun 19 17:10:43 CEST 2006

The First Pune Python meet organized by is scheduled
on 24th June. The main purpose of the meet is to introduce Python to
the developers and encourage them to use it in their daily tasks also
to raise the acceptance level of the non-Python developers by
introducing them to the Python world.

Python is used everywhere in almost all the sectors, however its not
yet popular in this part of the world (India) . Considering the growing
importance of scripting languages like Python, awareness of Python is
today a "must" for even non-Python developers. There are very few
groups in India (like Bangpypers) who are working with great efficiency
and contributing in the growth of Python. We are planning to conduct
the Python meets on every last Saturday of each month, it will help in
spreading the Python language in Pune and across the country.

We are targeting the Pune based software developers, freshers in the IT
sector for this meet. In this meet we will introduce Python, its
strengths, scope, in which sectors it can be implemented also an open
discussion on Python. Java meets are held on the last
Saturday of each month. The Python meets are also expected to follow
the same schedule.

Sandeep Gohad will speak on the basics of the Python language, sectors
in which Python is being used and about using and promoting Python. His
session will be followed by an open discussion on Python.

Date and Time:
Saturday, 24th June 2006

4.30 pm - 6.00 pm:
Java Server Faces session - By Swarraj Kulkarni

6.00 pm - 7.00 pm: Pune Python Meet - Introduction To Python - By
Sandeep Gohad.

Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR),
7th floor, Atur Center, Model Colony, Pune
(Event supported by SICSR)

* Entry is free of cost. Entry on first come first served basis.

*Please share the meet details or this file on your college / company
mailing lists or notice boards so that others could also benefit.*

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