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Python Events

The following is a list of Python related events that are occurring around the world. We're especially interested in listing conferences where Python will be taught, or where Python BOFs will be held, local user group meetings, etc. If you have contributions for this page please email them to events@python.org. Please include dates of the event, contact information, and a URL that people can follow for more information.

When Where What
(Postponed) Crested Butte, Colorado Hands-On Python. A five-day, hands-on intensive seminar. Taught by Bruce Eckel & Andrea Provaglio
Feb 21 - Feb 23, 2001 (new date) Denver, Colorado Learning Python - A Python training class. Taught by Mark Lutz, administered by Kaivo.
Mar 5 - Mar 8, 2001 Long Beach, California Ninth International Python Conference, see www.python9.org
July 4-9, 2001 Bordeaux, France Libre Software Meeting, with Python Track.

PIGgies!

PIGgies are Python Interest Group meetings, local gatherings of Python enthusiasts. The term PIGgies was coined by the Bay Area PIGgies group. While PIGgies have no official connection with the PSA, we love to see these grassroots get togethers spring up. If you'd like to include an announcement of a PIGgie, please send an email to events@python.org

  • DC PIGgies - Washington, DC. Meeting irregularly at CNRI, Reston, VA.

  • PORPIGgies - Portland, Oregon. For more info, please write to Ray@unival.com

  • Baypiggies - Bay Area Python Interest Group.

  • COZUG - Central Ohio Zope and Python Users Group

  • Mississippi Python Interest Group - Part social outlet, part grassroots campaign, the Mississippi Python Interest Group has been born. The basic idea is "Mississippians into Python in some way or another", which seems fitting. To subscribe to the email list is to fire a message to: mspiggie-subscribe@egroups.com.

  • Front Range Pythoneers - Fort Collins, CO. Contact: Evelyn Mitchell. Meeting place: tummy.com. Next meeting: February 19, 2001, 7pm. Sean Reifschneider will be talking about developing GUI applications in Python using Glade, an XML supporting tool