[FRPythoneers] Reminder: Pythoneers Monthly Meeting - Tomorrow (Wed, Mar 21) in Boulder
jbaker at zyasoft.com
Tue Mar 20 11:55:44 MDT 2007
A quick reminder: tomorrow (Wednesday, March 21) we have a great lineup of
PyCon 2007 talks from local presenters:
- Matt Boersma will present "Write Less Code with XRC for wxPython":
an easier way to do GUI layout using wxWidget's XML-based resource system.
- Sean Reifschneider will present "Python and vim: Two great tastes
that go great together". The vim editor includes extensive abilities for
customization and scripting. In addition to its own simple macro language,
vim also supports calling Python code. This Python code has access back into
vim for manipulating the edit buffer as well as running normal vim commands.
Examples demonstrated in this talk will include automatically detecting
indentation style (tabs/N spaces), automatic update of DNS "serial" numbers
when editing DNS zone files, mail alias tab-expansion, and a time tracking
application using a "domain specific vim" as the user interface.
Other items to talk about:
- BoulderSprint <http://wiki.python.org/moin/BoulderSprint>. The next
sprint will be Saturday, April 28 on the IPython1
Fernando Perez and Brian Granger will be coaching. This would be an
excellent opportunity to learn about decorators, Twisted, and other advanced
Python concepts while helping getting this amazing shell to beta status.
- Google Summer of Code <http://code.google.com/soc/>. The Python
Software Foundation's application to join GSoC was just approved. It's
not too late to be a mentor
But the student application deadline is this Saturday, March 24!
We will have food & drink available as usual. We're meeting from 6-8
PM at bivio
Software <http://www.bivio.biz/>, which is at 28th and Iris in Boulder,
above Hair Elite in Suite S. Google Maps
Hope to see you there tomorrow!
More info: http://wiki.python.org/moin/FrontRangePythoneers
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