TriZPUG October 2011 Meeting: PLY
Joseph Tate built a front end to a rules system in a data processing system. To do so he designed a Domain Specific Language (DSL) to simplify creating triggering code by non-sophisticated users. Joseph will show you how he did that; what the PLY programming system looks like, and compare PLY to some of the other common Python DSL tools like Yapps and SimpleParse. As always, spontaneous lightning talks of ten minutes or less on other topics are also welcome. Anything you've learned about Python, no matter how trivial, can be a lightning talk. Note: this meeting starts at 6pm as the doors to the building automatically lock at 7pm.
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- Classroom G201, Murray Hall, campus of UNC-CH, 101 South Rd, Chapel Hill
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