[python-uk] 2nd London Python Dojo - 18:30 15 October 2009 at Fry-IT

Michael Foord fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Tue Oct 6 23:52:19 CEST 2009

Nicholas Tollervey wrote:
> [snip...]
> As for IronPython... I suppose that'll need some thought before-hand 
> for the purposes of configuration. I know the Resolver guys will be 
> there to call on for help and I don't mind getting the thing to run on 
> Mono on my MacBook, but I think the whole subject of 
> IronPython/Jython/Pypy and cPython alternatives might be a good 
> subject for a show-and-tell type dojo (make your Python write once, 
> run everywhere).

I think that attempting to write Python code that runs 
cross-implementation is a little (or maybe a lot) out of scope for the Dojo.


> As always, comments, suggestions and good ideas are most welcome.
> Nicholas.
> On 6 Oct 2009, at 17:26, Paul Nasrat wrote:
>> 2009/10/6 Nicholas Tollervey <ntoll at ntoll.org>:
>>> Hello Pythonistas,
>>> Just a quick reminder that the second London Python Code Dojo will 
>>> be taking
>>> place 6:30pm next Thursday, 15th October at the same place as last 
>>> time (the
>>> offices of Fry-IT, address at the bottom - the pub over the road
>>> afterwards).
>>> This month's challenge is to create from scratch a 
>>> Tic-tac-toe/noughts and
>>> crosses game with an AI opponent - the first test for which can be 
>>> found
>>> here:
>>> http://github.com/ntoll/code-dojo/tree/master/tic-tack-toe/
>> We discussed at the end of the dojo ensuring
>> 1) a windows keyboard/mouse available if on a mac
>> 2) a linux image with gedit, vim, emacs
>> Do you want a custom livecd with python dev stuff/editors type setup
>> or do you have a box available. I should have time this weekend to
>> build an image to use at the dojo if that is desired (probably fedora
>> or ubuntu).
>> Paul
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