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Venue Change: Please note the new venue above. Moving forward, we will be at the Speak Easy.
Hope to see you for beers and Python!
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I have uploaded the presentation and the code samples to the indypy's presentations repo on github.
I believe Dan(?) asked me for an example of using Python programs as "filters". I have created an example "filterr.py".
0 · August 14, 2013
That was me. We talked about sys.stdin, but fileinput is new to me. Thanks for the follow up!
Makes me even more bummed I wasn't able to make it up in time. Glad it was such a good talk.
a great overview python and unix cmd! something i ve been wondering for a while... Thank you Pradeep for sharing!
0 · August 13, 2013
Great presentation on using Python from the command line.
2 · August 13, 2013
Can't make it. Try to catch you next month.
Responding to Fayang Pan's question ....
Unicode is a big can of worms in general. We at IndyPy have never addressed this topic. This is an excellent choice of topic for a future meetup.
0 · August 12, 2013
thank you so much! I am still struggling with the worms... see you tomorrow!
Thanks to Pradeep for being willing to take on some tough items!
I'm also going to try to bring and get my ChromeCast setup at the SpeakEasy, in case anybody needs to try sharing a tab on the monitor, there.
1 · August 12, 2013
sounds like an awesome meetup in the making, but I won't make it this month.
0 · August 9, 2013
I'm taking requests for a quick talk.. ;)
To keep it interesting it could be anything not related to "web".
Some topics I'd like to hear, sometime:String manipulation in 2 vs. 3.Using python for command line applications, mucking with parameters, and working with the OS.
Other ideas: survey of the landscape and arguments about GIL, threading, mutexing, etc.
i have troubles with parsing unicodes from json to csv, and dealing with unicode in general (downloading,reading,writing) would you like to talk about how python treats unicode?
I like "Using python for command line applications, mucking with parameters, and working with the OS."
What would you like to hear more in this topic?
3 · August 9, 2013
Anyone ever try Clint? https://github.com/ken...
1 · August 9, 2013
Few things I've been curious about. Clint (as Rob pointed out) is one of them. I've also noticed several different paradigms for taking and parsing arguments (is argparse best?). All of my CLI tools have been targeted at a specific OS type, so am curious to see more about how Python does its various abstractions for OS commands to make them OS-independent, or how much a developer must write in logic on their own. Any best practices are good fodder.
Hey folks, we're looking for a volunteer to share this Tuesday. Would you be willing to do a quick talk, demo, or Q&A? Introductory topics are welcome!
I always get something good out of these meetings.
0 · August 7, 2013
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