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RocPy September 2013 notes!

From: Richard S.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 5:42 PM
Thanks to all those who attended last night; you made it another awesome evening of Pythonic goodness! I hope all of you enjoyed the discussions, and perhaps *you* would be willing to let us know (via [address removed]) if you're interested in giving any talks at future RocPy meetings!


What we went over last night:

Properties and Descriptors (Rich Sarkis)
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A tour through a small corner of idiomatic Python where properties and descriptors live. Learn how to use setters, getters and deleters and honor the DRY principle (https://github.com/RocPy/talk-on-descriptors).


turntable.fm and pep808botRyan (Ryan Stush)
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Ryan introduced us to turntable.fm (https://turntable.fm/) and their bot called pep808bot (https://github.com/decause/pep808bot) that operates within a turntable.fm room. A creative way to play with a fun service!


Python and databases (Josh Russo)
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Josh gave us a great talk (http://bit.ly/15DzvEH) of Python database interfaces. It's nice to be reminded that we can store data using Python and databases in a way that is not related to web apps!


Python Module of the Week (Paul Tomblin)
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There was a discussion about featuring a monthly discussion on a module in the Python Standard Library, and Paul had a perfect reference for us: Python Module of the Week (http://pymotw.com/2/articles/index.html)


WAT (Ralph Bean)
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Ralph showed the group a lightning talk by Gary Bernhardt from CodeMash 2012 (https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/talks/wat); funny and insightful discussions on languages!


Group Picture
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See attached for a group picture from last night, our largest attendance yet!


See you all next month!

Rich


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