Calling all Pythonistas and Pythoneers --
We have the just the cure for the Texas summer heat: cold beer and tech talks at the June Web Python meetup! This month we’re concentrating on packaging and deployment. Starting at 7pm, we’ll have a beginner’s guide to pip + virtualenv and why you should be using them to manage dependencies for your projects.
Then, if you ever wanted to roll up all of your Python code and dependencies into a neat little Debian package that's ready to go for production, Ray Holder of BlackLocus (http://blacklocus.com) has a few tricks he's picked up and is sharing with the group this month. There may be time for lighting talks afterwards, so plan accordingly if you have something you want to announce to the group.
The food and beer will be sponsored by the great folks over at Postmaster.io - check them out at http://postmaster.io and come by to hear about how they can help you integrate painless shipping into your projects.
As always, if you are interested in sponsoring or giving a talk, get in touch with one of the organizers. We’ll see you at the Capital Factory (701 Brazos St, 16th floor) on Thursday, June 27th -- come early, enjoy the food, and hang out with the Austin Python community!