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seb
Hi Pythonistas,

Is anyone interested in forming a Brussels(Belgiu m) area Python User
Group ? I am not aware of any python focused group in this area.

Language could be whatever fits the bill (English/French/Dutch/...)
Focus would be python, ironpython/silverlight, scipy, ORMs, web
frameworks, and whatever is of interest to us.

Interested ? Please post on this thread.

Seb
Dec 29 '07 #1
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on Sat, 29 Dec 2007 04:51:12 -0800 (PST), seb <sd*******@gmai l.comwrote:
Hi Pythonistas,

Is anyone interested in forming a Brussels(Belgiu m) area Python User
Group ? I am not aware of any python focused group in this area.

Language could be whatever fits the bill (English/French/Dutch/...)
Focus would be python, ironpython/silverlight, scipy, ORMs, web
frameworks, and whatever is of interest to us.

Interested ? Please post on this thread.

Seb
I'm interested to get some advises at some python user group. English,
Dutch and French is not a problem for me.

--
David Van Mosselbeen
http://dvm.zapto.org:8080/
Dec 31 '07 #2

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