Python 3.0 was released a few hours ago, Christmas is coming, and it's
almost time for the December Python Atlanta meetup! We'll be snug and
warm in the GTRI Food Processing auditorium one week from today, on
Thursday December 11th at 7:30pm. Those who want to get together early
for dinner that evening can meet at the 11th street Six Feet Under at
6:00pm; email me if you are coming to dinner, so that I can give the
hostess a headcount.
Since I know the holidays will be busy for everyone, I will probably go
ahead and fill two speaking slots myself (unless there is a rush of
applications by other speakers, of course):
- "Why Use Grok", a talk that I gave at PyWorks last month, that
compares Django, TurboGears, and Grok, to figure out what each
framework does best.
- "Nuts and Bolts", the first in a series of little talks I am thinking
of giving that each month will dive into one or two basic aspects of
the Python language, hoping to give hints and tips that are useful
both to complete beginners and to experienced programmers alike.
But this still leaves room for one or two more talks, so please email me
about anything that's excited you recently in the Python world and that
you might want to speak about.
I know the holidays are busy times, but I look forward to seeing those
of you who can make it!
Brandon Craig Rhodes [address removed] http://rhodesmill...