[python-uk] Python evening talks in London
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Thu Mar 15 12:02:17 CET 2007
Tim Golden wrote:
> Michael Foord wrote:
>> Mike Pentney wrote:
>>> Hi, Andy.
>>> I've been using Python off and on for about 18 months or so.
>>> I'd be very interested in attending. I don't (unfortunately)
>>> have any cutting edge applications to talk about yet, but I'm
>>> always interested in learning what other people are doing.
>>> My particular interests would be GUI frameworks, Python 3000,
>>> applications of Python (especially engineering, scientific
>>> and financial), and web frameworks. Plus of course it is
>>> always good to meet other Python users.
>>> If the IET venue doesn't work out for any reason, the Institute
>>> of Physics also have good facilities at 76 Portland Place. Probably
>>> not free, but not too expensive either.
>> From a socialising point of view, the Python meetups that Simon
>> Brunning organises are fantastic. :-)
> Very true, but if these talks take off I see them as a slightly
> different format / style which may well suit some people better.
> (And we can always go along to the pub afterwards!)
The Python meetups are great socially, but not so good for team coding
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