[triangle-zpug] Meeting location change for tomorrow
josh_johnson at unc.edu
Mon Mar 24 16:26:59 CET 2008
I don't have a cell phone. So if you're lost, ah... sucks to be you? ;)
I got lost one time trying to get to 328 Phillips, and managed to find
my way. Just remember, once you go into the building, KEEP LEFT. The
stairwell is on the left of the main entrance, and the classroom is in
the corner on the left once you get to the 3rd floor.
The numbers on the doors didn't seem to make sense, so I don't trust 'em.
Also, make sure you're not a week early like I was at the time :P
Chris Calloway wrote:
> There has been a room change for tomorrow's TriZPUG meeting.
> The location is 328 Phillips Hall, the place where we normally meet, and
> the location of our first two Plone Boot Camps.
> The meeting notice is here:
> The directions are here:
> This meeting will be hosted by Josh Johnson in my absence. Josh, you
> might want to post your cell number in case anyone is lost trying to
> find the meeting room.
> Lee Nelson of Research Engineer and Lab Manager of the Constructued
> Facilities Lab at NCSU will speak about his use of Python in structural
> engineering simulations. I'm hoping Chris Church will also talk about
> PyCon, as I will not be able to be at the meeting this month.
> PyCon was quite great this year. ChiPy was a good host. The video is
> being rapidly assembled this year as a couple of people are very gung-ho
> about getting that done fast.
> My favorite talks at PyCon this year were on topics getting under the
> hood of Python. The talk on listobject.c was completely awesome. Also
> great were talks on weak references, the import statement, Grok, Zope 3,
> Repoze, and Supervisor.
> There was a PyCon exhibit hall this year. I collected enough schwag into
> a goodie bag to tide us over with door prizes for a number of meetings.
> A good discovery was that we are vastly under-utilizing O'Reilly's User
> Group program. Essentially, TriZPUG can get you any book you are willing
> to review.
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