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Python Atlanta is tomorrow night at GTRI!

From: Brandon R.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 1:58 PM
Good news, Python Atlantaneeners!

Although Sim is out of town - who used to be our host when we met in the
big conference room at the GTRI Food Processing Technology Building -
one of his friends there is available to let us in tomorrow (Thursday)
evening, so - for this one month - we will be returning to our old
routine: dinner at Figo at 6:00pm for those who brave the traffic early,
then our main meeting at GTRI at 7:30pm.

Then, we will return to Manuel's Tavern for November on into the future.

You can find the address, and details about the October meet-up, here:


You can see that we have two web framework talks; a discussion about
moving from a relational database to the Google App engine; and I myself
will talk about the nuts and bolts of compiling dependency libraries
right into a static Python extension.

I look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow night!

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

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