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Project Night

DFW Pythoneers Project Night is an opportunity to get together informally with other Python enthusiasts and work on any project of interest, whether it be open source, job-related, or even just trying tutorials.

Beginners are welcome, and we'll have at minimum one experienced Python developer volunteering to assist if anyone gets stuck or needs recommendations about where to start.

Likewise even the more experienced developers get stuck on things sometimes, so it's often helpful to have someone else around to bounce ideas off.

Unlike other meeting formats we've tried in the past, the emphasis here is on productivity rather than socializing. This means attendees may be scattered around various different tables, and many might appear rather non-social as they focus on their laptop rather than the people around.

Btw, Taco Cabana has free wi-fi and power outlets at many tables. We have also found it that most tables are open and clean on weeknights. To justify our presence, it's probably a good idea to buy at least one item from the restaurant. I plan on eating dinner while I'm there. :-)

 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Sole attendee.

    December 20, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I got stuck longer than expected on out of state business trip... it happens in myline of work. Next time.

    December 20, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I was the only one to show up. :(

    Not to waste the time, I ate, then installed pandas and ipython on a Ubuntu VM. Would like to hear from anyone else wanted to dig into pandas, pytables and other "Big Data" python tools.

    December 20, 2012

  • Sheila A.

    It's encouraging to see new people interested, but I had not planned to attend this month, since on Thursday night I need to prepare to travel the next morning to meet my family for the holidays. Are you all ok meeting without me?

    December 17, 2012

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