Uncategorized By Bernard Adongo / March 9, 2011
Nairobi Python User Group Meetup
We’ll be running the First “Nairobi Python User Group” meetup on Monday the 14th of March at the iHub. We will start at 18:00 for coffee and talks.
Hopefully this will become a monthly event.
During this meetup there will be a presentation of “Bungeni – an Open Source parliamentary and legislative information system” which has been developed on Python (See http://www.bungeni.org , http://bungeni-portal.googlecode.com ), and incidentally the core development team lives in Nairobi.
Bungeni aims to increase the efficiency of parliamentary activities and make Parliaments more open and accessible to citizens. After the presentation there will be a question /answer session.
Any volunteers for future talks and lightning presentations ? I saw pretty interesting things from the last email thread on how people were using Python. Remember — anyone is welcome to make a presentation. For lightning presentations you don’t need to be an expert – even a plea for help or advice makes a good lightning presentation. Experts are also welcome ! Other possibilities : A pet project, a new library you’ve come across recently, a learning experience you’ve had, anything.
If you have any Python-interested friends or colleagues, try to bring them along too.
Sam Kitonyi at 13:57:23PM Thursday, March 10, 2011
Sounds like fun! I’d be interested in giving a lightning talk. Who do I talk to about it?Reply
Kenny at 11:03:53AM Saturday, March 12, 2011
Looking forward to it.Reply
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