[python-uk] ann: Python at the IET

Anand Kumria wildfire at progsoc.org
Tue Jul 3 11:25:51 CEST 2007

On Mon, 02 Jul 2007 10:34:40 +0100, Tim Golden wrote:

> 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 [1] on the Embankment near Waterloo Bridge [2] for "A Light
> byte of Python" [3]. 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.

Cool! I expect to see you there.

Apart from looking for other people with laptop, do we need to pre-
register our attendence or anything?


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