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Re: [pyatl] Topics for future PyAtl meetings

From: Skylar S.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 6:54 PM
Async stuff, whether twisted or otherwise.

On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 6:03 PM, Sim Harbert <[address removed]> wrote:
At our last meeting we had only one person volunteer to present (and had a last minute lightning talk that was prepared on the spot), so we had a brainstorming session to come up with topics for future meetings.

I decided to create a poll on the MeetUp site to help find out which ones are most interesting to people out there.  So please visit the website and cast your vote.  You can select multiple topics.  This link should take you right to the poll:

If you want to add to the list of topics and/or want to present a topic, please email me at [address removed] or reply to this list.

Here is the list I posted in the poll (please vote in the poll so we have an idea of the interest in each topic):

Math/Science Applications of Python

Pricing Analytics, database

ORM databases


Iterators, Comprehensions and other advanced topics


Google APIs, Google App Engine

Panda3d, PyGame, Blender - gaming systems

Python IDEs - Pyflakes, eclipse, Ninja

Packaging, shipping code

Optimizing/profiling Python code



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