[ANN] Front Range Pythoneers Meeting -- Nov 17, 2003

Jeffery D. Collins jcollins at boulder.net
Thu Nov 13 02:54:40 CET 2003


If you live in or plan to be in the Northern Denver / Boulder area, 
please join the Front Range Pythoneers at our monthly meeting!  This 
month's meeting features speaker Uche Ogbuji, co-founder and CEO of 
Fourthought, Inc. and co-developer of 4Suite, an open-source platform 
for XML processing.   See you there!

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Meeting Announcement

Monday Nov 17, 2003, 7:00PM at Level 3 Communications in Broomfield, CO.

Title:    Python paradigms for XML processing
Speaker:  Uche Ogbuji

Abstract:

Python  is  a  very popular language for processing XML because of its
flexibility,  and  the  work  of  many  open-source  developers in the
XML-SIG and elsewhere. From the best-known XML processing models, DOM
and SAX to specialized Pythonic "data bindings", there are numerous
approaches to handling XML.  This is important because even though XML
may not be so popular among Python users, it is the gateway towards many
real-world applications and data exchange.  Luckily the dynamicism of
Python is the basis of several next-generation data bindings that
combine the core strengths of Python and XML to make work as pleasant as
possible for the developer.

This presentation is an overview of the many XML processing tools and
techniques available for Python, focusing on tools that make the most of
the Python's strengths in XML processing.



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Meeting Information - http://fr.co.us.pythoneers.org/meetings.html

Driving Directions -

 From US36, exit at the 96th Street exchange (also
marked Interlocken Blvd) and head south (towards the new Flatirons
Mall.)

Alternatively, if you are coming from the south and want to avoid the
construction on Hwy 36... come up Hwy 93, Indiana, or Wadsworth. Turn
onto Hwy 128 (east from 93 or Indiana, west from Wadsworth just before
36). Then turn north on 96th (not Interlocken) and continue below.

 From 96th Street turn west (or right - away from the Sun campus) onto
Eldorado Blvd.

The entrance to the conference room is in Building 2000. These doors
will be locked, so arrive shortly before 7pm to ensure entry. Proceed
upstairs to the second conference room on your right.


--
Jeffery Collins







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