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It's Rex Manning Day!

  • Apr 8, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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We're doing a month of Drink Up Hours! This week, we're dedicating our event to Rex Manning Day. If you don't know what that is, you've got some homework to do before 7:00PM (there will be a test).

It's also only a few days until PyCon. The decision of which to dedicate this event to was tough, but Rex Manning Day won. Sorry, PyCon.

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  • JoeHong

    Next time I am going to try the yeungling beer

    1 · April 9, 2014

  • James P.

    We're sitting in the front near the door!

    April 8, 2014

  • kevin E.

    Anyone can direct me to good tutorials and perhaps other resources for developing android using Python.
    Thanks.

    April 8, 2014

    • Muhammad

      A while back, I was researching this same issue (as I didn't want to have to learn two new languages 'just' to develop for mobile). I came across three options. 1. Kivy on Android: Helps you use the Kivy framework (and some aligned Python packages) to develop native Android apps. For details, see http://kivy.org/docs/...­ 2. Scripting Layer for Android (SL4A): Lets you build native Android apps using any/many of the usual scripting languages (Perl, Ruby, Python, etc.). For details, see its Github repo: https://github.com/dam...­ 3. Python + Web Tech Stack: If you are proficient enough in any web dev stack that involves Python, you can develop an app as if it were a web app using Python (Django, Flask, etc.) for the backend, Javascript (jQuery, jQuery Mobile, etc.) and CSS for the frontend and an API framework (django-tastypie, django-restframework, etc.) for data communication .Then wrap it all with PhoneGap.

      1 · April 8, 2014

  • Steve L.

    Starting python

    April 7, 2014

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