Notes from MPUG, March 2014

25 people turned up to hear two great talks at the March Melbourne Python Users Group meeting.

Andrew Walker spoke on “How Hard Could it be to Implement Timeouts?”, while Javier Candeira spoke on “Implementing an agnostic, dynamic client for a REST API live (by cheating)”, showing examples from GitHub and Insightly, and managing to include a mini-tutorial on some of Python’s __dunder__ methods along the way.

We wrapped up by talking about some of the plans for the year, aiming to have a wider range of speakers, some more hack nights and a regular “What’s new in Python” segment.

Thanks to Javier for organising and to Inspire 9 for hosting us.

The next meeting will be on April 7 and the planned topics for the next few months are already organised (again, thanks to Javier) and are listed on the MPUG wiki.

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