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

Caktus Consulting Group
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TriZPUG Plone Jam

The idea is sort of an "un-sprint." That is the topic is what you show up with to work on rather than a pre-planned theme. And we may work on our own things side by side for synergistic effect or we may work in teams/pairs like sprint; it's up to the individuals how to work together at each Jam. You can bring a problem you are trying to solve at work. You can bring a pet project. You can bring something you are playing around with. You can make a presentation. You can just work on your code. It's a Jam: it's improvisational. Plone at the Improv. Just play and see what comes out. See if a groove develops. Several TriZPUGers are already grooving on their common approach to Plone integration and want to share the love.

  • Posted by mrevoir
  • Start Date: 2007-11-16

Plone Jam the First

Plone Jam #1

  • Posted by biggers
  • Start Date: 2007-11-08

TriZPUG October 2007 Meeting: Plone Tips and Tricks

Join us for lighting talks and other goodness. We'll be discussing Plone tips, tricks, and various Plone & Python hacking techniques.

  • Posted by mrevoir
  • Start Date: 2007-10-24

TriZPUG June 2007 Meeting: Emacs as a Python IDE

Adam Hupp presents Emacs as a Python IDE. This will not assume any emacs knowledge, so hopefully the presentation will serve as a general tutorial as well.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2007-09-26

TriZPUG August 2007 Meeting: Jython

Frank Wierzbicki, an active committer to Jython, has moved to our area and will introduce himself and the new release of Jython 2.2!

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2007-08-29

Intro to Plone Day Camp

Interested in content management or web development, but not certain if Plone is for you? Or is your department/company using Plone, but you'd like a friendly hands-on course to help you use the system? This course is intended for you! This course is intended for: * evaluators of content management systems * students and developers looking at Plone as a solution * content managers/editors who would like to learn how to use Plone This course does not assume any web development experience, or knowledge of Plone. This course is taught hands-on -- so you'll have a chance to practice using Plone while learning about what it does, all in a comfortable, friendly setting. With dozens of active Plone deployments in the Triangle area at at area Universities, this is the best time to evaluate and learn to use Plone!

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2007-08-10

Advanced Plone Boot Camp

Want to learn the professional techniques and advanced concepts of developing for Plone? This hands-on, advanced class covers the concepts that follow our popular Developer Bootcamp, and build on the skills learned in this course. The Advanced Bootcamp is intended for people who have taken our developer bootcamp, or who have a similar, advanced level of experience as Plone customizers and developers. This class is not appropriate for people who are just learning Plone, or looking to learn the core skills to build a Plone site or product.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2007-08-06

Plone Boot Camp 3

For the third time, we're coming back to where it all began: the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. This bootcamp is offered to the general public, and is aimed at people with HTML or web design experience, people with some or no Python experience, people with some or no Zope/Plone experience. It covers using Plone, customizing, and deploying Plone sites.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2007-07-30

TriZPUG July 2007 Meeting: Workflow with ArchGenXML and Plone Q&A

Mike Revoir will give a presentation about developing workflows using ArchGenXML. Afterwards we'll open the floor for questions about Plone.

  • Posted by mrevoir
  • Start Date: 2007-07-25

TriZPUG June 2007 Meeting: Show and Tell

Bring what you learned about Python in the last month, or what you've been working on with Python for the last month. Share it. There will be a really, really, nice door prize. There will probably be at least one show and tell about Plone 3 and another about Django. Bring your own! We'll go out for food and drink afterwards at a nearby pub.

  • Posted by psmith
  • Start Date: 2007-06-27

TriZPUG May 2007 Meeting: Agile Development

Rob Lineberger presents Agile Development, a roadshow of the Project Management Institute.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2007-05-30

TriZPUG April 2007 Meeting: ctypes

Topic -- ctypes. Chris Church will start with ctypes basics and then get into some examples of the really evil stuff you can do. Chris will also compare some differences between writing a C module by hand vs. swig vs. ctypes. Chris' presentation and sample code are available at Afterwards we'll head out to a local establishment for more fun and libations.

  • Posted by mrevoir
  • Start Date: 2007-04-25

March 2007 Meeting: Discuss Camp5 and PyCon

March 2007 Meeting: We'll Discuss recent events, Camp5 and PyCon.

  • Posted by psmith
  • Start Date: 2007-03-28

BBQ Sprint Rock Festival

In conjunction with the BBQ Sprint, TriZPUG presents Maple Stave, The Nein, and Sorry About Dresden at the Local 506.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2007-03-17

Camp Five: Zope3 Boot Camp and Rock BBQ Sprint for Plone 3

Camp Five is both a Zope 3 Boot Camp and a sprint for Plone 3 (with real eastern Carolina BBQ and Chapel Hill rock). The Boot Camp portion is instructed by Philipp Von Weitershausen, author of Web Component Development With Zope 3. Participants in the Boot Camp will be able to join Plone 3 rock stars in a sprint concentrating on groupware and other applications for Plone 3. Sprinters include Tres Seaver, Chris McDonough, Whit Morriss, Rob Miller, Alec Mitchell, Calvin Hendryx-Parker, and Ian Bicking. Click on the event link below for more information.

  • Posted by cbc
  • Start Date: 2007-03-10

TriPython endorses:

PyLadies RDU

September 14-16, 2016:

PyData Carolinas 2016

Upcoming Events
Durham Project Night
Caktus Group Tech Space, 108 Morris St., Durham,
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18:00-21:00 Chapel Hill Project Night
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19:00-21:00 TriPython March 2018 Meeting: itk-jupyter-widgets: Interactive 3D and 2D Visualization in Jupyter
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