Toronto and Area Python Users Group (PyGTA) Meeting Tuesday, 7pm at the Linux Caffe

Mike C. Fletcher mcfletch at
Tue Mar 28 00:21:22 CEST 2006

We will be holding our regular meeting at our regular time, on the 
Fourth Tuesday of the Month from 7pm to 9pm at the (very cool) Linux 
Caffe (located at the Corner of Grace and Harbord).

We're going with small topical discussions (and/or lightning talks) this 
time around, with more socialising and mingling time to let you swap 
stories and experiences.  Likely topics:

    * Upcoming 2.5 features (generator coroutines, ctypes, cElementTree)
    * DebugHang module for Twisted
    * FibraNet

Those who would like to do a short (impromptu or prepared) talk on a 
topic, just drop me a note (or tell me at the meeting) and I'll try to 
get things put together for you (at the very least we should have a 
net-attached laptop with Linux and Python 2.4).  For the presenters; 
this is a good opportunity to work on your presentation skills in front 
of a friendly and forgiving audience.  For the audience; this is a good 
opportunity to work on being a friendly and forgiving audience :) .

Map with instructions on reaching LinuxCaffe is available off the 
official "next meeting" page in the Wiki:

Have fun all,

  Mike C. Fletcher
  Designer, VR Plumber, Coder

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