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TriPython January, April, July, and October general meetings and monthly second Wednesday project nights meet at:

UNC Renaissance Computing Institute

TriPython February, May, August, and November general meetings meet at:

WebAssign: Online Homework and Grading

TriPython monthly first Tuesday project nights meet at:

Red Hat Annex

TriPython March, June, September, and December general meetings and monthly third Monday project nights meet at:

Caktus Consulting Group
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Python Hack Night Take Three

Hack Nights are a great opportunity to work with other local Python developers. All levels of experience are welcome and encouraged. Whether you want to learn more about Python, help others out, or bang out some cool projects with other folks, come on out. If you do want to let people know about a project you’ld like some help with or are looking to join or start some work feel free to post about it on the mailing list. Drop Kurt an email (address below in full article) if you are interested in attending so he has an idea what to plan for.

  • Posted by kgrandis
  • Start Date: 2011-07-20

Toronto PyCamp 2011

The University of Toronto Department of Physics hosts Toronto PyCamp 2011. For beginners, this ultra-low-cost Python Boot Camp makes you productive so you can get your work done quickly. PyCamp emphasizes the features which make Python a simpler and more efficient language. Following along with example Python PushUps speeds your learning process in a modern high-tech classroom. Become a self-sufficient Python developer in just four days at PyCamp! Conducted on the campus of the University of Toronto,.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2011-06-27

TriZPUG June 2011 Meeting: Your Talk Goes Here

To announce a talk for this meeting, send an email with your topic to the TriZPUG email list. 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. There's plenty of parking in the decks beside North Pavillion. The after-meeting watering hole location will be decided at the meeting.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2011-06-23

TriZPUG May 2011 Meeting: Your Talk Goes Here

Brian Jinwright presents Pooter, a WSGI Framework for Google App Engine. 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. There's plenty of parking in the decks beside Red Hat. The after-meeting watering hole location will be decided at the meeting.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2011-05-26

TriZPUG April 2011 Meeting: blitzen.management

Josh Johnson will present the blitZEN method, a SCRUM-variant toolbox of project management approaches that makes you love being a developer again. The blitZEN method is not philosophy or methodology so much as it's a way to get stuff done, done well, and with minimal developer stress. In addition, Josh will also present blitzen.management, a Plone product that assists in the collection of requirements and planning process. As usual, bring your own lightning talk about any observation you've made about any Python topic. There's plenty of free parking at CCC and the after-meeting will continue around the corner at Milltown.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2011-04-28

TriZPUG March 2011 Meeting: PyCon Recap Lightning Talks

Come share your PyCon experience through lightning talks. Lightning talks are 5 to 10 minutes extemporaneous expositions on a topic of interest to you, something you recently learned, kind of like a show and tell. We'll be meeting at a new location in downtown Durham, Splatspace, a non-profit member-supported workshop and hacker meeting place. Splatspace is located in the basement of the Snow Building at 331 W. Main St. in Durham. Parking (free exit after 7pm) is in the back of the building in the lot off Ramseur St. on the downtown Durham loop (one way, approach Ramseur from W. Main St. or W. Chapel Hill St.. If you arrive after 7pm, please call 919-704-4225(HACK) to be let in the door. After meeting at the Beyu Caffee, directly above SplatSpace.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2011-03-24

TriZPUG February 2011 Meeting: Optimizing LAMP with SciPy

Kurt Grandis of Metametrics will give a preview of his upcoming PyCon 2011 talk entitled "Swarming the Web: Evolving the Perfect Config File." Kurt describes the talk thusly, "Deployed web applications are typically run on top of stacks of highly configurable middleware. The number of tunable parameters and their impact are rarely fully explored. Using SciPy and a set of common Python-based web tools this session will present a new method of automatically tuning a typical LAMP stack for optimal performance." 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. There's plenty of parking in the decks beside Red Hat. The after-meeting watering hole location will be decided at the meeting.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2011-02-24

TriZPUG January 2011 Meeting: Debugging

This meeting promises mostly lightning talks about Python debugging. Chris Calloway will talk about pdb for newbies and Joseph Tate will represent epdb. As usual, bring your own lightning talk about any observation you've made about any Python topic. There's plenty of free parking at CCC and the after-meeting will continue around the corner at Milltown.

  • Posted by bac
  • Start Date: 2011-01-27

TriZPUG November 2010 Meeting: PyCon Tune-up

Bring the talks you submitted to PyCon and use this meeting for a trial run. As always, 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. There's plenty of parking in the decks beside Red Hat. The after-meeting watering hole location will be decided at the meeting.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2010-11-18

TriZPUG October 2010 Meeting: repoze.catalog

Chris Rossi will deliver a short demonstration of new functionality in repoze.catalog, a Python indexing and searching framework, as well as a quick introduction to repoze.catalog for those who aren't aware of what it is or why they might want to use it. As always, 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.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2010-10-28

TriZPUG September 2010 Meeting: DjangoCon Recap

Join us for a night of lighting talks where we will relive moments of DjanjoCon and learn about the great presentations and festivities that occurred there. As always, 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. Mike Revoir hosts at the spacious Duke University North Pavillion (http://trizpug.org/Members/mrevoir/duke_lllh_logistics) where there is plenty of directly adjacent free parking. Read the article for more information.

  • Posted by mrevoir
  • Start Date: 2010-09-23

TriZPUG July 2010 Meeting: Accessibility with Python

Gary Bishop, Professor of Computer Science for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill develops free software for people with special needs. Gary will talk about the work he and his students are doing to enable people with disabilities. He will briefly cover several Python applications and libraries they have developed and then focus on how they are using Python as the back end of their UNC Open Web project.

  • Posted by bac
  • Start Date: 2010-07-22

Los Angeles PyCamp 2010

The UCLA Department of Psychology and the UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies host the Los Angeles PyCamp 2010. For beginners, this ultra-low-cost Python Boot Camp makes you productive so you can get your work done quickly. PyCamp emphasizes the features which make Python a simpler and more efficient language. Following along with example Python PushUps speeds your learning process in a modern high-tech classroom. Become a self-sufficient Python developer in just five days at PyCamp! Conducted on the campus of UCLA, PyCamp comes with your own single OS/single developer copy of Wing Professional Python IDE. Read the article for more information.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2010-06-14

Penn State Mini-PyCamp 2010

For beginners, this ultra-low-cost Python Boot Camp makes you productive so you can get your work done quickly. PyCamp emphasizes the features which make Python a simpler and more efficient language. Following along by example Python PushUps speeds your learning process in a modern high-tech classroom. Become a self-sufficient Python developer in just three days at PyCamp! This mini-PyCamp is a condensed version of the full five day PyCamp and is offered as part of the Plone Symposium East 2010. Read the article for more information.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2010-05-24

Python Dojo #2

The first Dojo was such a success, we decided to do it again. We are starting earlier this time at 7pm and will be using the trizpug listserv to discuss format and problems to work on.

TriPython endorses:

PyLadies RDU

JupyterDay in the Triangle
Tue Nov 13, 2018 at UNC

JupyterDay in the Triangle

September 14-16, 2016:

PyData Carolinas 2016

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