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Re: [pyatl] tomorrow is Python Atlanta, at Ignition Alley!

From: Sim H.
Sent on: Thursday, May 13, 2010 7:56 AM
Or dinner could be at Fellini's Pizza?at?909 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE. ?I think that is pretty close to Ignition Alley. ?I am not sure yet I am going to be able to make it, but thought that would be a good location.

.sim

On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 9:11 PM, Doug Hellmann <[address removed]> wrote:
Is anyone planning to meet at Figo for dinner before the meeting, as usual?

Doug


On May 12, 2010, at 8:16 AM, Brandon Rhodes wrote:

Python Atlantateers -

It's almost here! ?The second Thursday of May arrives rather late, as
second Thursdays go, but it finally arrives tomorrow, and so it will be
time for our Python Atlanta meetup.

This month we are meeting at Ignition Alley, the co-working space just
off of Ponce de Leon Avenue one block west of where Freedom Parkway
dead-ends into Ponce. ?Here is their web site, and a link to our meetup:

? http://www.ignitionalley.com/
? http://www.meetup.com/python-atlanta/calendar/13268546/

I am excited about the line-up of talks that for tomorrow night! ?Billy
Hoffmann will be giving a great talk that I saw him present at the
recent DevNation Atlanta on speeding up web sites, which I thought was a
good general example of how to think through optimization - how doing
real measurements and thinking a bit outside the box can vastly improve
an application's performance. ?Matt Culbreth will talk about using
"South" to do database migration under Django, and I will introduce how
modern operating systems allocate memory - and what all of those numbers
like "VIRT" and "RES" are that you see when running "top".

We still have room for a five-minute lightning talk or two if you have
late-breaking news about Python that you need to share, but otherwise it
looks like a full schedule. ?I hope that we'll see you there!

--
Brandon Craig Rhodes ? [address removed] ? http://rhodesmill.org/brandon



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