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New Year, New Python: Start coding with Python & Awaiting the Future: asyncio
Start your year off on the right foot! For our January meetup we'll be focusing on Beginner Python topics. For more advanced python, Nick will be giving a talk on asyncio: Come learn about how to use pythons new asyncio module to concurrently schedule i/o tasks. What is async? How does it work? Will it speed up my code? What advantages besides speed does it have? If you have any of these questions, come learn more! And feel free to ask even more questions. Nick has been using asyncio for 3 years now, and has written his own framework in asyncio. As usual, Pizza will be served. A $5 voluntary donation is requested. Students are excluded from donating. Location logistics: INSCC Auditorium Room 110 Enter on through the south-west corner doors NOTE Visitor parking on campus will require a fee. Either use a pay lot or pay in advance for a permit at If you go to and log in as a visitor, you can buy an evening pass for $2. That will let you park in the parking structure that is just north of the INSCC building (in the A, E, and U sections). Parking is enforced until 8pm. The map below indicates the visitor lots which are easiest to find a spot in You may try parking in the nearby neighborhood, you risk a city parking ticket; however, with it being so late it may not be heavily enforced. FYI there is good public transportation to the University.

INSCC Building at the University of Utah

155 S 1452 E, Rm 110 · Salt Lake City, UT

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SLC Python:

A Salt Lake City-based python web developer meetup. We are interested in promoting python development, but also welcome wisdom found in other programming languages. Avid and aspiring programmers alike are welcome to join us.

We meet on the first Wednesday of each month (barring holidays, in which case we move to the 2nd Wednesday) at the INSCC building at the University of Utah.

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