Monthly Archives: June 2013

PyCon AU runs

Last year I organised casual morning runs at PyCon AU 2012¬†and it worked well; various people joined in for different runs across the four days of the conference and sprints. We saw some great parts of Hobart and had some … Continue reading

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River running

The first race in the Salomon trail running series was this morning: 15km at Studley Park & Yarra Bend Park. I have only done a few races so far this year (a trail run in the USA, Puffing Billy and … Continue reading

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Melburn-Roobaix was on last Sunday. 44 kilometres, with thirteen bone-shaking cobblestone sectors, north of the river, starting at Hawthorn velodrome, ending at Brunswick velodrome with a course winding through Kew, Clifton Hill, North Carlton, Kensington and Moonee Ponds. It was … Continue reading

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Notes from MPUG, June 2013

The Melbourne Python User Group met this evening. Apart from the talk on Python one-liners (see my previous post), we covered a range of other topics, including: Lamson, a Python SMTP server that has a lot in common with web … Continue reading

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Notes from MPUG, June 2013: “Python one-liners” talk

Python one-liners The Python interpreter command line arguments Three useful command line arguments for Python one-liners: graeme@psylocke:~/Projects/Presentations/MPUG_Jun2013$ python -h usage: python [option] … [-c cmd | -m mod | file | -] [arg] … Options and arguments (and corresponding environment … Continue reading

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