phycofalcon at gmail.com
Fri Aug 15 21:31:12 MDT 2008
Sweet! Welcome to the group. I can appreciate someone who's into game
Also, about the meeting-- and this is addressed more to the general group--
does that mean we're not going to be having a Denver meeting, at, say,
Terry's house, on the 20th of this month? I was really looking forward to
going, and it might still be able to happen, provided it works out for all
of you guys...?
On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 5:22 PM, Michael Kramlich <groglogic at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hey folks, I just joined the list and wanted to say hi and introduce
> My name is Mike Kramlich and I just moved back from Chicago after living
> there for 3 years (mostly working at Orbitz as a Senior Engineer in
> Operations Architecture), and wanted to get in touch with Python people out
> here. I grew up in Colorado so it's nice to be back.
> I'm generally into Apple, open source and Unix-y stuff. And all things
> Python. And I dabble in game design and amateur fiction writing. I have a
> background doing C, C++ and Java (mostly) and feel that Python strikes the
> best balance so far between all the tradeoffs made in language design. I'm a
> bit of a language geek, but not too hard-core, so I'm kind of admiring
> things like D, Erlang, Lisp, Stackless and Jython, for various reasons. But
> right now Python is my default "hammer" for getting things done.
> Looking forward to my first meeting, looks like the September 17th one.
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