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Next meeting of the Hamburg Python User Group

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Hello,

if you happen to be in Hamburg, Germany at November, 14th, and you'd like
to meet fellow Pythonistas, you should come to Jarrestraße 46 at DDD
design, who are generously hosting us again.

We will start at 19:30 and this time we will have a presentation again. It
will be about SQLAlchemy and I will do it.

Hamburg's Pythonistas can be found online in the Google Group
http://groups.google.com/group/hamburg-pythoneers

Cheers,

Gerhard
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