“ A nice group of people who are willing to help a newbie get up to speed. ”
— Ron on Apr 8, 2016.
“ Great meetup ”
— Clay S. on Jan 7, 2016.
“ KNOWLEGEABLE!! ”
— Baidy S. on Jan 6, 2016.
“ Friendly group, very welcoming and helpful! ”
— David J. on Aug 14, 2015.
“ Always interesting topics. I find out things I didn't know. ”
— Brian C. on May 15, 2015.
“ Great group of people. ”
— stephanie t. on Sep 12, 2014.
“ Informative meetup. Glad I came up from Macon. ”
— Edward B. on Sep 12, 2014.
“ This is a great group!. I just joined a few days ago and am looking to network with folks that may be interested in relocating to beautiful downtown Charleston SC, the friendliest city in the country. I have several Python Django openings. If you're interested in joining a great team and want to chat, please drop me a note. ”
— Angel M. B. on Aug 13, 2014.
“ Extremely knowledgeable, friendly, and job opps galore! ”
— PapaSmurf on Jun 16, 2014.
“ awesome! ”
— Chris on May 9, 2014.
“ A great place to learn, regardless of level of programming. ”
— Randy S. on Apr 11, 2014.
“ My first meet-up - love to attend the next one :) ”
— Shawn on Mar 13, 2014.
“ Great meetup. Thanks especially to Daniel for a great presentation. ”
— Earl B. on Sep 16, 2013.
“ This is a good group. The population is large enough to have a goodly number of attendees but no member feels that the thing would fall apart without them being there. Very low-stress. I got a lot of good ideas and information for programming and teaching programming. ”
— Wolf H. on Aug 9, 2013.
“ had a great time...very nice environment with discussion amongst folks at various levels ”
— Mike O. on Jun 5, 2013.
“ Great people! ”
— Monosij D. on Nov 8, 2012.
“ Great people ”
— Chris B. on Aug 10, 2012.
“ May I suggest that the meetup coordinator inform the staff at the location that there is a meetup and where the group is sitting. I was at the location of the last meetup and the only description I had to go on was to look for a group of women with laptops at a large table. There was only one woman in the whole restaurant with a laptop and she was at a high top table that appeared to be for 2 people. I even checked in online while at the rest. and posted my phone number but know one checked the online meetup page to see it. I sat at the bar and ate. I had asked the servers to notify me if a group in their section was the meetup group. At 8 the servers had no update so I left. No hard feelings- the food was great and the staff was friendly. I was just looking forward to the meetup opportunity. ”
— Aundrea M. on Jul 23, 2012.
“ Fair share of beginners and exp python programmers ”
— Yog on Jul 3, 2012.
“ Smart and friendly group. ”
— Gordon M. on May 3, 2012.
“ The group is very helpful and knowledgeable in all areas of technology. The group is very active! ”
— Qasim on Jan 14, 2012.
“ Excellent group of people. I wish I was able to talk to more folks at the meetup. ”
— Shuaib on Sep 9, 2011.
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— Victor H. on Jun 8, 2011.
“ Great bunch of people, and interesting, informative presentations ”
— chris p. on Feb 11, 2011.
“ I like the lively interchange of ideas and the way the group looks forward. The presentations are timely and interesting, a lot to learn there. Good ideas in a great group. ”
— Jay K. on Jan 3, 2011.
“ There are clearly a number of highly qualified and very excellent Python (and other) programmers in the group (including but not limited to the organizer whose presentation was - again, for me - was the most feature rich and meaningful and brought back fond[?] memories). Since I missed out on the earlier dinner, I missed out on an opportunity for some of that awesomeness to rub off. Darn! ”
— Dan M. on Sep 10, 2010.
“ I think that they are a technically savvy group and plan to contribute to as well as learn from the group. ”
— Justin Thomas S. on Sep 10, 2010.
“ Great group of guys. Smart people discussing topics I'm interested in. ”
— Philip T. on Jul 9, 2010.
“ Good opp. to meet with folks with both academic and practical interest in Python. ”
— steve s. on Dec 11, 2009.
“ Learn more about Python and what people are doing with it. ”
— zellyn on Oct 9, 2009.
“ This is a great way to meet people in the Atlanta area who are using Python. The group is friendly and the discussion is lively and interesting. ”
— David L. on Feb 13, 2009.
“ The technology seems to be changing faster and faster. Groups like this really help one keep up with what's going on. ”
— daver on Sep 12, 2008.
“ Great friendly group who is open to new people, ideas, suggestions for various topics, etc. ”
— Mark H. on Jul 10, 2008.
“ It was great to have a chance to meet others that share an interest of mine. I look forward to the next meeting. ”
— James M. on Dec 15, 2007.
“ This group is pretty awesome. I didn't get to see one of the presentations tonight, but I <i>still</i> learned a lot and met some cool people. ”
— Don B. on Aug 10, 2007.
“ This isn't just some group, it's more like a monthly open-source conference on steroids. ”
— Mike on Aug 10, 2007.
“ A great group of folks focused on an exciting technology. ”
— Glen G. on Mar 9, 2007.
“ Very open dialogue. It was fun talking with everyone. ”
— Drew S. on Jun 13, 2005.
“ I sure am glad I finally made it--nearly made it to a meeting at the Decatur Library a year or so ago, was just around the corner when I realized I was falling asleep. No such threat tonight. ”
— Nolan on Jun 15, 2007.
“ More of a comment on this survey form. It's wrong to make number of participants a mandatory field, as some of us have no idea how many people attended -- we'd have to just guess. ”
— Paul M. on Jul 13, 2007.
“ Yay Meetup! ”
— Cary H. on Feb 14, 2008.
“ Unless the group gets significantly bigger or problematic, I wouldn't worry about having a formal structure to run it. I've been a board member of a social group in Atlanta on and off for many years (currently off and planning to stay that way); I see no reason to formalize things in any way beyond how they already are. ”
— Algernon I. on Oct 14, 2005.