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who has topics for June Python Atlanta?

From: Brandon R.
Sent on: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 6:07 PM
Python Atlantaneers -

Though there are still two weeks left until our June meet-up, I should
start putting together a schedule of speakers, since Meetup.com will be
sending out the first reminders about the meeting in just a few days!

Who wants to speak?  Think about what you have been doing over the last
few weeks with Python - whether you learned something small or simple
that could fill a 5-minute lightning talk slot, or learned a whole new
application or framework that would take a whole half-hour to explain,
you probably gained new knowledge that would help others in the group.
Just let me know, and I can put you on the schedule.

We are planning on having the June meeting at Ignition Alley, like we
did with the recent May meet-up.  Since I will be out of town - my wife,
though still in graduate school, has already been invited back to the
seminary she attended to teach a summer class - our intrepid member
Keyton Weissinger will be your host.  Though I regret missing the
meeting, I hope that lots of great talks get delivered anyway!

-- 
Brandon Craig Rhodes   [address removed]   http://rhodesmill...­

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