[python-uk] ann: Python at the IET
mail at timgolden.me.uk
Mon Jul 2 11:34:40 CEST 2007
If you're in London around 6.30pm this Thursday evening, July 5th 2007, you might want to drop in on The Institution of
Engineering and Technology  on the Embankment near Waterloo Bridge  for "A Light byte of Python" . Michael
Grazebrook, Pete Ryland and I are flying the Python flag for the benefit of technologists who have not yet had the
pleasure. Michael will be using ctypes to control a USB-interfaced sensor kit; Pete will be demoing user interfaces;
I'll be using BeautifulSoup and sqlite3 to populate a database from a web page and (time permitting) using csv and
ReportLab to push it back out again.
We're presenting the thing as a bring-a-laptop workshop, and it would be great if we had experienced Pythoneers along to
help afterwards (in addition to ourselves). The take-up's been quite high for the event and there's tea & coffee
beforehand and sandwiches afterwards.
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