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Py-CU General Meeting

Some things we're going to cover....

Mark Dewing will be our main presenter and will be talking about his recent project for a wireless sensor to measure outside temperature.
According to Mark the talk will cover for sure...     

Zigbee wireless, using the python-xbee library     

the 'struct' module from the standard library


We still have room for lightening talks!

If you've been watching the Doodle poll, then you know that our future Py-CU meetings will be on Mondays soon. However, Nadia and Liz will be busy will be busy with the Python Beginner Tutorial series until the end of October. We need to figure out whether we will keep our General Meetings on Fridays until the series is over or if there are people who can fill in and lead meetings temporarily.

Speaking of beginner tutorials, we've already filled up our fifteen spaces! and we have fifteen more people on the waiting list. That is pretty fantastic! We would really appreciate Py-CU members to come by during those Mondays and help out as tutorial assistants for our newbies. Your presence would mean a lot!

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  • Chris M.

    The codedojo experiment was interesting. I was irritated at some rustiness in my regexp abilities, and finally ironed it out… any plans to share the code?

    September 14, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      We could share the code. Is there a way that would be esp easy?

      September 15, 2013

    • Chris M.

      We talked tonight about GitHub… is that overly complicated? Is everyone comfortable with it? If folks are OK with it, I can set up a repository to hold this and all future dojo games, but if not, something like Dropbox or Google Drive might be simpler.

      September 16, 2013

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