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The Portland Portland Python User Group meets every second Tuesday at the [http://www.luckylab.com/ Lucky Labrador Pub] in SE Portland, Oregon.

We've recently re-formed the Portland Python group thanks to interest built up on the Meetup page and through the efforts of [http://python.meetup.com/183/members/1755741/ Brad Allen]. It's still very early days- please help us spread the word that Portland Python is back!
The Portland Portland Python User Group meets every second Tuesday at [http://cubespacepdx.com CubeSpace] in SE Portland, Oregon.
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=== Next Meeting ===
 * When: Tuesday, June 10th 2008 at 7pm
 * Where: [http://cubespacepdx.com CubeSpace], SE Grand
 * What: Python Web & Networking: PDX Python/PDX Django combined meeting!
   * Django, Twisted, WSGI
   * Pylons, TurboGears, tg2, Grok, Zope, AppEngine, orbited, Mantissa... with your help!
   * Group discussions
   * Pizza provided by Vidoop! Please [http://python.meetup.com/183/ RSVP at Meetup] for an accurate pizza count.
   * Great book give-aways from O'Reilly!
   * Beer afterward at the Produce Row Cafe.
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=== Next Meeting ===
 * When: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 at 7pm
 * Where: Lucky Lab Pub, SE Hawthorne
 * Possible topics:
   * OSCon and OSCamp
   * Local and global Python advocacy
   * Regular code sprints at [http://freegeek.org FreeGeek] or [http://www.cubespacepdx.com CubeSpace]
   * Open discussion
=== Other Meetings ===
The [http://code.arlim.org/wiki/ Portland Code Sprints] have been going strong and by some fluke most of the projects have been in Python. The sprints are great hands-on fun for folks at any level. If you're a beginner with little or no Python experience, come and get paired up with an expert; if you're an expert come and expand your knowledge or share your experience.

The [http://groups.google.com/group/pdxdjango Portland Django User Group] has recently been formed to focus on [http://www.djangoproject.com/ Django].
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 * We have a [http://python.meetup.com/183/ Meetup] group  * We have a [http://python.meetup.com/183/ Meetup] group with a local calendar, feeds and automated event reminders.
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 * Need to contact an organizer/snake herder? <jek@discorporate.us>
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 * [http://sqlalchemy.org SQLAlchemy]
 * [http://www.python.org/cp4e/ CP4E] - Computer Programming for Everybody
 * Code sprints (not just python!)
 * [http://wsgi.org WSGI]
 * [http://laptop.org OLPC] - One Laptop Per Child
 * [http://www.openembedded.org OpenEmbedded]
 * Web frameworks: Django, Pylons, and more
 * Using and extending Trac
 * Pygments
 * IronPython
 * Unit testing, Doctest, web testing
 * Standard library module roulette!
 * subprocess
 * Reportlab / RML
 * doctools / LaTeX output and rendering
 * Python on Windows / Windows system admin with Python
 * unit testing, unittest nose
 * More robots!
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=== Past Topics ===
May 13th 2008:
 * Adam: [http://pypi.python.org/pypi/z3c.rml z3c.rml]
 * Matt: Configuration files and AST transformations

April 8th 2008:
 * Jason: Decorators/inspect/code generation [http://discorporate.us/jek/python/inspectexec.py inspectexec]
 * Jason: [http://discorporate.us/projects/sliderepl/ sliderepl]
 * Mark: [http://ipython.scipy.org/ ipython]
 * Discussion: AppEngine

March 11th 2008:
 * ? update if you were there

February 12th 2008:
 * ? update if you were there

January 8th 2008:
 * Cozy round-table discussions about [http://www.pysoy.org/ PySoy], GUI frameworks, web frameworks and GUI vs. Web.

December 11th 2007:
 * First annual December Coders' Bash!
 * Food, Beer, Games and Socializing
 * Geek discussions of many different geek flavors(tm)
 * Many thanks to Sam Keen of [http://pdxphp.org/ PDXPHP], our own Jeff Schwaber, and all the other individuals who helped put this party together for their hard work. It was an incredible turnout, and everyone had a fabulous time!

November 13th 2007:
 * Brett: Converting HTML forms to PDF forms with ReportLab
 * Kirby: Open Source and Health Care / BarCamp Alpha
 * Jeff: Simplicity
 * Chris: Django NewForms
 * Pizza provided by [http://www.kavi.com/home Kavi]! Thank you, Kavi (and Adam, and Brett)!

October 9th, 2007:
 * Small group discussions-
 * Beginning Python, [http://www.reportlab.org ReportLab], Mercurial, web frameworks and unit testing.

September 11th, 2007:
 * Kevin defects to the Ruby Coding Dojo!
 * Jason: [http://divmod.org/trac/wiki/DivmodPyflakes PyFlakes]
 * Kirby: [http://www.python.org/cp4e/ P4E] (Programming for Everyone)
 * Kirby: [http://www.tuxisalive.com/ Programming the Tux Droid]
 * Mark: [http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/ PIL Projects]

August 14th, 2007:
  * Extending Python with D via [http://www.dsource.org/projects/pyd pyd]
  * OSCON wrap-up: [http://www.python.org/doc/essays/ppt/pycon2007/Py3k2007PyCon.ppt Python 3000] (.ppt) and [http://python.net/~goodger/projects/pycon/2007/idiomatic/ Code Like a Pythonista]

July 10th, 2007:
  * Intro to debugging with PDB
  * Web automation with mechanize
  * A Python frontend for a microcontroller
  * SQLAlchemy in 5 (ok, 20) minutes [http://discorporate.us/jek/python/ slides, video]
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The Portland Portland Python User Group meets every second Tuesday at [http://cubespacepdx.com CubeSpace] in SE Portland, Oregon.


Table of Contents: TableOfContents ,

Next Meeting

  • When: Tuesday, June 10th 2008 at 7pm
  • Where: [http://cubespacepdx.com CubeSpace], SE Grand

  • What: Python Web & Networking: PDX Python/PDX Django combined meeting!

    • Django, Twisted, WSGI
    • Pylons, TurboGears, tg2, Grok, Zope, AppEngine, orbited, Mantissa... with your help!

    • Group discussions
    • Pizza provided by Vidoop! Please [http://python.meetup.com/183/ RSVP at Meetup] for an accurate pizza count.

    • Great book give-aways from O'Reilly!
    • Beer afterward at the Produce Row Cafe.

Other Meetings

The [http://code.arlim.org/wiki/ Portland Code Sprints] have been going strong and by some fluke most of the projects have been in Python. The sprints are great hands-on fun for folks at any level. If you're a beginner with little or no Python experience, come and get paired up with an expert; if you're an expert come and expand your knowledge or share your experience.

The [http://groups.google.com/group/pdxdjango Portland Django User Group] has recently been formed to focus on [http://www.djangoproject.com/ Django].

Resources

Future Topics

  • Web frameworks: Django, Pylons, and more
  • Using and extending Trac
  • Pygments
  • IronPython

  • Unit testing, Doctest, web testing
  • Standard library module roulette!
  • subprocess
  • Reportlab / RML
  • doctools / LaTeX output and rendering
  • Python on Windows / Windows system admin with Python
  • unit testing, unittest nose
  • More robots!
  • Add anything you want to talk about!

Past Topics

May 13th 2008:

April 8th 2008:

March 11th 2008:

  • ? update if you were there

February 12th 2008:

  • ? update if you were there

January 8th 2008:

December 11th 2007:

  • First annual December Coders' Bash!
  • Food, Beer, Games and Socializing
  • Geek discussions of many different geek flavors(tm)
  • Many thanks to Sam Keen of [http://pdxphp.org/ PDXPHP], our own Jeff Schwaber, and all the other individuals who helped put this party together for their hard work. It was an incredible turnout, and everyone had a fabulous time!

November 13th 2007:

October 9th, 2007:

September 11th, 2007:

August 14th, 2007:

July 10th, 2007:

  • Intro to debugging with PDB
  • Web automation with mechanize
  • A Python frontend for a microcontroller
  • SQLAlchemy in 5 (ok, 20) minutes [http://discorporate.us/jek/python/ slides, video]


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