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Participatory Python - thank you! (And a thanks for Yodle)

From: David C.
Sent on: Friday, August 13, 2010 12:57 PM
Just wanted to say thank you to everyone who came out to participatory
python - it was a great success!  10 people presented on topics around
testing.  Everyone has promised to get me a synopsis of their
presentation, which will then be presented to the main group at the
main meeting (assuming I can get a space).

Also, our host, Aviv, at Yodle, has requested a pass on the rule of
only posting jobs that are at least 50% python.  Because Yodle hosted
our event, I think that is a reasonable request.

As you may or may not know, we only allow job postings to this list that:

1) specify the company name (this means most recruiters cannot post to
this list, unfortunately)
2) are in the NYC Area (you should be able to commute from NYC)
3) are at least 50% python

This ensures that the number of postings we get are relatively low and
relevant - even those that are not hiring may be interested to learn
the name of local python companies.  Such companies are also potential
sponsors of this group.

However, I think making an exception for companies that are actively
giving to the NYC Python community makes sense - and Yodle definitely
has done so!  So thanks again to our host, and look out for more
Partypython events!

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