JWright at azteknetworks.net
Sun Aug 17 11:09:04 MDT 2008
I guess I may as well introduce myself also. I'm Jeff Wright, and I head up the System Test department at Aztek Networks. I only got interested in Python maybe 3 months ago.
I'm currently using Python to automate tests we run here against our telecom products. I've been on a search for the "holy grail" of scripting languages for perhaps the past 3 years - I've tried everything from C, C++ and Java to Tcl, Perl, php and Ruby - and it wasn't until I found Python that I finally feel that I might have a candidate that will work for me. My criteria are:
- easy to use and maintain
- understandable syntax (sorry, Perl and Tcl)
- easy to interface w/ a user (sorry, C); either CLI or GUI
- support for threads/multiple processes (sorry php)
- quick to get off the ground (sorry C, C++ and Java)
- Support for either procedural or OO based programming methodologies (sorry, Ruby)
Anyway, I've managed to make my way through "Dive into Python and "Learning Python," and am about halfway through the meaty tome that is "Programming Python." I've also skimmed through the Python Cookbook. Of course all this book knowledge doesn't mean my code is any good but with every new module I write, I learn. :-0 I've written a couple basic off-the-cuff scripts to do various things in our lab, and I am just putting the finishing touches on my first 'major' effort, which automates the execution of a SIP-based test product.
Looking forward to meeting others.
System Test Engineering Manager
Aztek Networks, Inc.
From: frpythoneers-bounces at lists.community.tummy.com on behalf of Cary Miller
Sent: Sat 8/16/2008 2:15 PM
To: Front Range Python Users -- General Discussion
Subject: Re: [FRPythoneers] Hello
I also would like to meet.
On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 9:31 PM, Alex Trujillo <phycofalcon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sweet! Welcome to the group. I can appreciate someone who's into game
> design. :)
> 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...?
> - Alex
> On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 5:22 PM, Michael Kramlich <groglogic at gmail.com>
>> 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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