the next Python Atlanta is this Thursday: who wants to talk?

From: Brandon R.
Sent on: Monday, April 5, 2010 10:19 AM
Python Atlantaneers -

It's that time again!  This Thursday we will be meeting for an optional
dinner at Figo at 6pm, followed by our main meeting at 7:30pm as usual
at the GTRI Food Processing Technology Building.

Which of you have encountered interesting, useful, or exciting things in
the world of Python over this past month?  Whether you have learned a
small tidbit that saves you time that you could tell us about in 5
minutes, or whether you want to introduce a whole framework or technique
that takes 40 minutes and slides to explain, we love hearing about it -
just email me back privately and let me know what you'd like to talk
about and about how long you'll be, and I'll pencil you in to the
schedule.

My own talk this month will take around 30 minutes and will be a really
basic introduction to databases, for people who have heard of them but
are not sure how they might fit their problems.  I will talk about what
sets SQL, key-value, and document databases apart; how to tell when you
need a database; and what it's generally like talking to databases from
Python.

Let me know your own ideas, and I look forward to seeing you Thursday!

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

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