[python-uk] Announcing the 4th London Code Dojo: Thursday 3rd December
ntoll at ntoll.org
Sat Nov 21 23:47:16 CET 2009
Python+QT sounds very interesting. It'd be good if we could organise an evening of Python+(insert UI toolkit here) talks so we can compare and contrast. Even a handful of short (10-15 minute) introductions followed by some practical coding on a shared outcome (i.e. everyone attempts to implement some easy task) would be a lot of fun and good "educational" value.
Any takers on other UI toolkits..? I can think of tk (comes as standard in Python), GTK, wxWindows and QT... any more...?
On 21 Nov 2009, at 12:13, Carles Pina i Estany wrote:
> On Nov/21/2009, René Dudfield wrote:
>> On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 12:33 PM, Nicholas Tollervey <ntoll at ntoll.org> wrote:
>> I could contribute a 'pygame in 10 minutes' little coding session demo
>> if there's time and interest.
> I'm _very_ interested.
> Also, in the future (2010 :-) ) I can prepare Python+Qt (step by step
> from nothing to something very simple, in 10 min. or something like
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