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Re: [nycpython] Gilt Groupe "Exotic Programming Languages and the Web" Event

From: hv
Sent on: Thursday, October 13, 2011 7:37 PM
+1 on 'good' CS related announcements.

I would argue that Python was once a somewhat
'exotic' language; therefore, early and innovative
language adopters might have an immediate interest
in the announcement under discussion.

Let's say there was a *great* announcement on machine
vision science; would this be of interest to the list?

To some, yes, to others, no. (of course, OpenCV with
Python bindings might be cool to all....).

It's a qualitative call, and NYC is /becoming/ an
interesting place, CS wise, such that it would be
a shame to preclude potentially cool CS/engineering

Just an opinion....


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