Omaha Python Users Group

Python Users in the Omaha Metro Area

August 20, 2013

August Meeting Cancelled

Filed under: MeetingNotes,UpcomingEvents — JeffH @ 9:10 am

Due to member discussion on the list, this month’s meeting has been cancelled do to conflicts.   We are scheduled to meet next in September.   Looking forward to our best meeting ever.

 

 

June 24, 2013

Coding Across America – in Omaha! Get your tickets soon.

Filed under: UpcomingEvents — Tags: — Steve @ 5:01 pm

Coding Across AmericaMatthew Makai – Python and Django developer – has been crossing the country to “gain greater perspective on tech culture across the United States”.  He will be in Omaha for a few days and has agreed to present a lecture titled “Making Your City’s Developer Community Awesome” on July 1st at UNO’s Mammel Hall in Aksarben Village.

Tickets are Free and available with more details at Eventbrite.

Many thanks to Burch Kealey, Associate Professor of Accounting and Creator of directEDGAR, for doing most of the work to put this together.

The evening’s schedule:
4:30 – 5:15 – Arrival, registration and pre-talk social
5:15 – 6:15 – Matt’s talk
6:15 – 6:45(ish) – Audience questions and discussion
6:45 – ?   – Pizza / soft drinks, more social time, and a drawing for a 100 gift card from BestBuy

January 14, 2013

January 2013 Meeting Details

Filed under: UpcomingEvents — Steve @ 6:35 pm

Wednesday,  January 17 at  7:00 pm.

Online meeting using Google+ Hangouts.  There is a public event scheduled, search Omaha Python Meeting on Google+ to add it to your calendar.  If you have trouble contact wereapwhatwesow at gmail.

May 16, 2012

May Meeting Cancelled

Filed under: UpcomingEvents — Steve @ 4:29 pm

No meeting on Wednesday, May 16, 2012.  See you next month.

March 21, 2012

March Meeting Info – v2

Filed under: info,Uncategorized,UpcomingEvents — Steve @ 9:28 am

Jeff will be presenting the opening round of our todo.txt respin with python for the “New to Python or Programming” section.  The goals for the night’s section will be:

  •  Defining the problem
  •  Initial architecture of the solution
  •  Building a corner-stone class
  •  Writing our first tests (not necessarily in that order <g>)

To get ready for the fun, bring a laptop or device with:

We don’t have an advanced level talk set in stone yet, so if you are yearning to talk about a project you are working on, something in the standard or 3rd party libs that saved your bacon or just made you say “Cool.” We’d love to have you tell us about it. No experience required.

Door Prize: O’Reilly Python Book.

Wednesday, March 21st at 7pm.  See the where and when page for directions.

In the future Jeff plans on doing a session on supporting Python 2 and 3 just like CherryPy does.   And since he plans on using Tox which was written by Holger Krekel (the same guy who develops py.test) we figured now would be a good time for us to tryout py.test.

 

 

 

August 7, 2010

Next Meeting – Monday August 16

Filed under: UpcomingEvents — Steve @ 6:41 pm

See the where and when page for specifics.  Please post meeting topic requests to this post or the list.

July 8, 2010

Next Meeting – July 19

Filed under: UpcomingEvents — JeffH @ 12:38 am

The next meeting is right around the corner. See the where and when page for specifics.  Please post meeting topic requests to this post or the list.

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