[python-uk] Announcing the 4th London Code Dojo: Thursday 3rd December

Nicholas Tollervey ntoll at ntoll.org
Fri Nov 20 12:33:01 CET 2009

Hi Folks,

The subject says it all... 

First of all, apologies for those who can't make Thursdays. Unfortunately, Thursday 3rd December is the only evening all the current speakers can make. I'll endeavour to try and organise it on a different day next time.

How did the last one go..? Tim has written up a blog post that spills the beans about our awesome tic-tac-toe playing AI: http://ramblings.timgolden.me.uk/2009/11/07/london-python-dojo-that-was-interesting/ 

This time there is a difference: After a group discussion it was agreed that the next meetup should involve presentations, demos, talks, individual “code and tell” and other such activities. We already have five people who want to do something:

	• Dave Kirby – Ipython (an enhanced Python shell)
	• Carles Pina Estany – How to do a real time system with OpenOffice.org Impress and Python using pyuno to fetch values from Mysql
	• Ben Moran – Solving Sudoku with cvxopt
	• Peter Bengtsson – The Norvig spell checkor (sic) ;-)
	• Nicholas Tollervey – Dojo Future… lets agree something concrete

We'd welcome further participants too… if you have a great idea for a talk, want to get something off your chest or show us something cool then volunteer ;-)

As usual there will be free pizza and beer from 6:30 with talks and demos kicking off at around 7:30. Pub at the end.

To sign up please visit: http://ldnpydojo.eventwax.com/4th-london-python-dojo--meetup (signing up helps us judge how much pizza/beer/whatever needs to be ordered).

Comments and suggestions most welcome.

See you there!


When: Thursday 3rd December 6:30pm

Fry-IT Limited
503 Enterprise House
1/2 Hatfields
London SE1 9PG

Nearest Tubes: Waterloo Southwark

0207 0968800

Google Map: http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=1%2F2+Hatfields,+London,+SE1+9PG&sll=51.507954,-0.107825&sspn=0.007439,0.022724&ie=UTF8&ll=51.508235,0.107825&spn=0.007439,0.022724&z=16&iwloc=A

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