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[opensource] Fwd: [PyOP] bayPIGgies meets this Thursday, May 8: Stackless Python by Christian Tismer

Anna Ravenscroft annaraven at gmail.com
Mon May 5 10:20:52 PDT 2008


Anyone interested in Stackless Python might want to attend this talk.
It's free, at Google.


 bayPIGgies meeting Thursday 5/08: Stackless Python

 Christian Tismer

 The author of Stackless Python, Christian Tismer, will
 present this talk on Stackless Python, a fully compliant
 enhancement of the Python language that avoids using the
 underlying C call stack to implement concurrent
 programming.
 http://www.stackless.com/
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stackless_Python

 Location: Google Campus
 Building 40, the Seville room (second floor)

 bayPIGgies meeting information:
 http://baypiggies.net/new/plone

 * Please sign up in advance to have your google access
 badge ready:
 http://wiki.python.org/moin/BayPiggiesGoogleMeetings
 (no later than close of business on Wednesday.)


 Agenda

 ..... 7:30 PM ...........................
 General hubbub, inventory end-of-meeting announcements,
 any first-minute announcements.


 ..... 7:35 PM to 8:45 PM ................

 The Talk

 ..... 8:45 PM to 9:00 PM or After The Talk ................
 Mapping and Random Access

 Mapping is a rapid-fire audience announcement of topics
 the announcers are interested in.

 Random Access follows immediately to allow follow up
 individually on the announcements and other topics of
 interest.


 ..... Thursday, June 12 ................
 7:30 PM BayPIGgies Alex Martelli Callbacks

 ..... Thursday, July 10 ................
 7:30 PM BayPIGgies Niall O'Higgins
   p2p quantitive analysis and asynchronous BitTorrent
   implementation in Python and C

 ..... Thursday, August 14 ................
 7:30 PM BayPIGgies Steven Knight on SCons





-- 
cordially,
Anna
--
Walking through the water. Trying to get across.
Just like everybody else.



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