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The Austin Python Meetup Monthly Meetup

We typically have a main presentation or a series of lightning talks, followed by discussion and Q&A.  There is a diversity of domains and experience levels represented, so come with your questions and be prepared to talk about how you use Python!

The Capital Factory is now offering discounted parking in the Omni Parking lot. If you park after 6 p.m it is just $5 dollars for the night. Just remember to grab a validation ticket at the end of meetup from Capital Factory staff. 

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  • Jon R.

    Since you put out a call for talks, I have a project on which I haven't done enough yet to show, but it is an interesting challenge to which others might enjoy contributing. The problem is to transliterate the letters of the words of one language into the letters of a phonetic alphabet, not necessarily IPA. This would require a tool for which one could load dictionaries of words spelled in both the source language alphabet and the target alphabet. The concept is discussed at http://www.constitution.org/reform/spelling/fonet.html

    There are such tools for transliteration into the International Phonetic Alphabet, but that is far too complex for ordinary use by most people. I have developed a simple phonetic alphabet that people might actually want to use.

    May 12, 2014

  • tommy H.

    Hi Every one

    I hope it is Ok for me to ask the following question. If it is not appropriate , please accept my apology to each of you.
    Per Austin Journal Paper last week, they said that Austin does not enough software engineers to hire. So my questions is:
    Are there any of you have a need to outsource a python project that my team can do for you while you are looking for Python developer? High quality, low cost and on time delivery are our commitments and we have clients in Austin to back it up.

    Python and Django is one of our strong skills.

    Thanks. [masked].

    April 28, 2014

Our Sponsors

  • Capital Factory

    Generously providing us a nice meeting space at the top of the Omni!

  • Atlassian

    Providing space, food, drinks for our May, June, and July 2015 meetups!

  • Rackspace

    Space for the Evening Coding meetups

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