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Re: [python-10] Python meetup on your side of DFW?

From: Derek N.
Sent on: Monday, June 25, 2012 10:42 AM
I must admit to being a little intimidated as I really don't know any Python but would love to learn and don't know where to start. Could there be a beginner section to the evening?

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On Jun 25, 2012, at 9:58 AM, Brad Allen <[address removed]> wrote:

> The DFW Pythoneers meetup locations have been historically biased
> toward areas north of Dallas, such as Addison and Richardson.
> 
> We now have 195 members listed on the Meetup site, but our meetings
> typically only have 5-10 attendees. Quite a few have mentioned that
> they drive a long distance, which is a lot of effort and time spent on
> what is typically a very casual meeting.
> 
> In particular, "Project Night" is a very casual meetup, and ideally
> should be close to attendees. We don't currently have a pushpin map of
> member locations, but it might be worth trying out a few different
> locations to see what happens.
> 
> Does anyone want to volunteer to host a project night in a different
> area of DFW?  It takes no effort to prepare, it just needs someone to
> commit to showing up at a reasonably quiet venue having power outlets
> and wifi.
> 
> 
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