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 * Beer afterward at Produce Row or Green Dragon.

Sign up for an empty slot or add one for your favorite feature. 5-10 minutes, max! Projector available if you want one.

= Other Meetings =

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

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.
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 * Python advocacy mailing list: [http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/advocacy advocacy@python.org]
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'''Python Release Party! What's New in 2.6 and 3.0'''
 * multiprocessing: Adam
 * formatting: Matt
 * print(): Kirby
 * next(): Kirby
 * except as: Jason
 * Class Decorators: Brett
 * _ _ dir _ _: Matt
 * property: Brett
 * Abstract Base Classes: Michel
 * 3.0's Unicode: Kirby
 * getattr(): Jason
 * Python Release Party! D.I.Y. What's New in 2.6 and 3.0
 * Thanks Adam, Brett, Igal, Jason, Kirby, Matt, Michel & Reid

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, November 11th 2008 at 7pm
  • Where: [http://cubespacepdx.com CubeSpace], SE Grand

  • What:
    • Perhaps more of what's New in 2.6 and 3.0?
    • list topics you would like to discuss here

Resources

Future Topics

  • Organizing a Pacific Northwest regional Python conference
  • 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 Meetings


October 14th 2008

  • Python Release Party! D.I.Y. What's New in 2.6 and 3.0
  • Thanks Adam, Brett, Igal, Jason, Kirby, Matt, Michel & Reid

September 9th, 2008

August 12th, 2008

  • Beer and Bytecode

July 8th, 2008

  • Framework vs Toolkit!
  • Rami & Roman: Django

  • Michel: Twisted & Werkzeug

June 10th, 2008

  • Michael: Django
  • Igal: TurboGears & Pylons

  • Jason: WSGI
  • Michel: Twisted
  • Pizza courtesy of Vidoop! Books courtesy of O'Reilly!

May 13th 2008

April 8th 2008

March 11th 2008

February 12th 2008

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]

June 12th, 2007

  • Social

May 11, 2007

  • Planning

May 8, 2007

  • We exist!


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