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OC-Python Main Meetup 2013.10(training&­hacking, &more via cmts!)

  • Oct 28, 2013 · 5:30 PM
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MEEvtL MITE5M: RSVP & comment now.

MEQNTI: Python-related discussion & presentations & hacking

MFOITP: Recent+Upcoming Occurrences plus Changes in Effect Today, in order of start time:

MK96K2:[masked]- member Dan Stromberg founds group

MK979B: Repeat: every 1 month

MK96FL: Time: 18:30-21:30~ (3 hours)

MK984Z: [masked]Thu: 1st occurrence

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MEQLGO: Location: ..by the OC Airport 405 & 55Fwy in Irvine, CA 92614 ..

MK980W: [masked]Wed

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MEQLF3: Day: "the last Tue"

MK9866: [masked]Tue

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MK8VB7: [masked]Tue[masked]

MK8VHB: [masked]~-present: member DestinyArchitect is Co-Organizer (so now 2 group leaders)

MK8VMH:[masked]Tue[masked]: no meeting as it would fall on Christmas.

MEQNR7: The topics desired & offered:

MIUN5J: should be proposed ASAP, ideally before the meeting (indeed that really helps to advertise it) else can be brought up during the meeting

MEQNS3: should be posted by members in the event comments below

MKA77Q: ideally each topic in exactly 1 thread (a top-level event comment)

MKA7CG: and discussed-else-recorded there: the event comments should record else summarize ideally all in-person talk.

MK8VOY: [masked]Tue[masked]: "Good discussions..and good interaction..and exchange valuable information.." says Shawn.

MKA7I7: Use exactly 1 event comment thread to discuss & record:
(1) each topic (per above MEQNS3) and 
(2) each person's attendance.

MKA7N5: Instructions at Meetup events comments: all you need to know.

MK97XF: Food&drinks available to those who RSVP YES via cost-recovery.

M0TBVL: typically Quality 3-topping Round-Table Pizza, "the nutrition of hackers world wide", plus soda!

MIANK7: [masked]Tue[masked]http://meetu.ps/q88FH :
Google App Engine including with AngularJS,
presentation by member Steve Shaffer

MITDZE: the featured presentation, w/slides&code walk thrus,
*GAE is based on HADOOP(to do its BigTable storage,I think more),+why I got into Python (&I'm now even become the OCPython Co-organizer), as GAE is the hottest scalable web platform I know of available today, seemingly-uniquely allows the code one writes to support just one or a handful of users to immediately & automatically scale up millions or more simultaneous users! See more in the featured topic's discussion thread.
*This should also be a great demo of AngularJS, Python, & OCPython.

MKA8A9: 1st really tested & demonstrated 2 new series features (commenting MKA7I7 and food MK97XF).

MK9D75: members John Sheehan & Reyan Hewitt are event venue hosts, approximated here via the title Event Host, especially to auto-RSVP them as YES since they also most-always attend.

MKA4JN: Agenda & General Activities:

MKA534: same as successfully-used by OCAndroid since[masked] (as of[masked]: http://meetu.ps/z6GqY point M0TIDD)

MKA544: but currently sped up to fit into 3 hours instead of 4

MKAA5N: but I'm shooting for future meetings going to 4hr (as 6:00pm-10:00pm) to do this agenda comfortably & fully.

MKAAQ6: discussion

MK8U24: [masked]Tue[masked] http://meetu.ps/yCl26
-RSVP now!, topics include:

MK95H4: Member Carl Byington presents on Python Decorators & maybe some GAE(Google App Engine).

MK95L6: Member Sean Berry discusses Async via Python

MKA9RP: PyCon 2013 last week -so what was hot¬?

MKALUT: pizza & soda for all who RSVP YES

MKALWI: final email announcement

MKRFTO: Searching for new location - read & help!

MKRG01: until finalized, the venue listed above is tentative.

MKRGDL: Repeating: "last Mon"

MKRGRD: Time: [masked] (4 hours)

MK8UAX:[masked]Mon[masked]~ http://meetu.ps/yLmwT

MKDROU: GAE workshop by member Steve

MKDRRJ: all-level at-your-own-pace programmer training

MKDRW9: Salt by member Bobby

MKDRZG: [masked]Mon[masked]~ http://meetu.ps/MSlSn

MKDSA8: [masked]Mon[masked]~ http://meetu.ps/MSlTx

MQQ2SZ[masked]Mon[masked] http://meetu.ps/ycmSg -RSVP now

MQQ2TG:[masked]Mon[masked]: -skipped

MTNQS0:[masked]Mon-skipped

MTNQUI: [masked]Mon[masked]: http://meetu.ps/20NxR0  RSVP NOW.
Post potential topics in comments.

MTNQV0:[masked]Mon- to be rescheduled as Thanksgiving.

MHQ8ST: Want more folks attending, plus great events totally suiting you? Then MAKE IT HAPPEN! -click here! including:

MIUMNL: Especially if a long drive for you, post a comment ASAP saying you're open to carpooling and we'll try to find you one.

MGDVWD: Bring your devices for accessing Meetup and working on programming: your smartphone & especially laptop.

MIUMRZ: During the event, or sooner, RSVP to our upcoming events whereever you can say MAYBE or YES.

LG4OWH: What are these codes as “LG4OWH:” on this point? They’re short IDs to date-stamp, uniquely-reference, & portably-track most any point or item.


MITDX1: Listing History, in order

MIFGYY: all entries & changes by I Destiny unless noted here.

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MKDRIG: ... for prior history, see the prior listing [masked]).

MTNQKT: created this listing by copying prior one and updating to the next occurrence with at least 2 weeks notice, so to[masked](Mon#4); TODO: significant improvements to formatting; pst[masked]Tue1833

MTNRL6: updated event title to correct; added listing links; pst[masked]Tue1847.

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  • bryan

    Hi All,
    I am urgently looking a Python developer in Chicago, IL.. please let me know if you are interested..you can reach me ...[masked] or[masked]

    1 · February 28, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Interested in more IPython? Here's the website containing a bunch of IPython Notebooks: http://nbviewer.ipython.org/

    October 28, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Thanks for this link, Chris. And thanks again for the walk-through of iPython.

      November 16, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    We didn't get much hands-on coding going but the presentations (and resulting discussions) were great and I certainly learnt a lot. It was very nice meeting everyone there and it seemed like a very good mix of newb's (like me) and more experienced coders. I look forward to being able to add more to the conversation in future.

    October 29, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Here's a nice article on the high level differences between different non-relational (NoSQL) database architectures: http://www.aosabook.org/en/nosql.html

    October 28, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm running late but will be there!

    October 28, 2013

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  • Dan S.
    of Laguna Niguel; 2010.01.27-,46+RSVPs,35+attends, Organizer,
    Event Host
  • Martin M.
    of Orange&Caltech; 2012.05.15-, 3+RSVPs,2+attends; MIComm Ldr
  • CC
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