San Francisco Python Meetup Group Message Board › San Francisco Python Meetup Group Discussion Forum › Update on SF Python Schedule
Hey All -
April is a great month for Pythonistas this year - many of you are
starting to pack your bags for Montréal and PyCon 2014.
SF Python meetup will be taking the month off. We won't have a
presentation night or project night for the month of April but we'll be back
strong in May!
If you're missing PyCon there are many events that can help you
get your Python fix and tide you over until May.
Eventbrite is hosting "Advanced Django Patterns" - a tutorial by
Eventbrite and Lanyrd engineers about tips, tricks, techniques and
architectural patterns for scaling Django apps to handle large volumes
of data and traffic. Doors open at 6:30 this Monday night - please see
https://djangopattern... to register.
Continuing in the Django theme - SF Django meetup will be meeting
on April 30th to discuss the upcoming 1.7 release with Andrew Godwin who has
ported his popular data migration library (South) to
django.db.migrations for the 1.7 release. See
for this event.
Oh and don't miss out on the Baypiggies/Silicon Valley Python Meetup
event April 24th - Benjamin Ragan-Kelley (IPython contributor) will be
talking about Parallel Computing with IPython. See
register for this event.
That ought to keep you busy for April! Enjoy PyCon for me!
San Mateo, CA
You, sir, are a great host! Looking out for us when we're *not* having a meet-up. I mean, is that exemplary or is that exemplary?