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Iowa Python User's Group Meeting Next Week!

Hi,

The next Iowa Python Users Group (AKA Pyowa) is nearly upon us. We
will be meeting November 3rd, from 7-9 p.m. at the following location:

Marshall County Sheriff's Office
2369 Jessup Ave
Marshalltown, IA 50158

At this meeting, we will be having a Crash Course of sorts for all the
new programmers in our group. As anyone who has ever taken a
programming course know, it is impossible to teach everything in two
hours, so we'll be focusing on tools that will allow our group to help
themselves. In other words, we'll be focusing on source code analysis
techniques like introspection and how to use IDLE effectively. There
will also be a presentation on basic GUI design and also Django.

We will have 8 laptops there to use for any new people, pre-loaded
with Python 2.5.2 and any additional packages we need for our
presentations. You are welcome to bring your own laptop if you want.
Be sure to have 2.5 on yours as well as wxPython and the PyWin32
package (if you use Windows). We will have them on USB flash drives
should you forget.

Free pop and bottled water will be provided. Questions and comments
can be directed to mike [at] pythonlibrary [dot] org. Updates can be
found at http://www.ipug.pythonlibrary.org
-------------------
Mike Driscoll

Blog: http://blog.pythonlibrary.org
Python Extension Building Network: http://www.pythonlibrary.org
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