On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 10:16 AM, Brandon Rhodes <[address removed]> wrote:
> 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...
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