TurboGears at the Ann Arbor Computing Society

On Wednesday Oct. 4, I’ll be talking about TurboGears and Python, this is a little bit different demographic than I’ve been able to talk to in the past, with a bunch of people who hang out on the Microsoft side of the world. So I’m thinking about talking a bit about Python’s platform integration, and how you can use TurboGears in platform specific ways. I may not really even talk about any of the Win32 integration stuff, but it’s got me thinking about a whole new way to present TurboGears to Windows developers.

All said, I’m definitely looking forward to this talk.

PizzaThe Ann Arbor Computing Society is a rarity, a vibrant group of people who come together to talk about computing generally, not one particular technology. And they’ve been doing their thing for more than a decade, so they must be doing something right!

Anyway if you’re in town that week, it looks like a lot of fun. And if that’s not enough to get your but on over, I’ve heard there’s going to be Pizza!

2 Responses to “TurboGears at the Ann Arbor Computing Society”

  1. 1C Sellers

    Mark, sorry I missed your AACS talk. I am dying to know how the crew there enjoyed the diversity topic.

  2. 2Mark Ramm

    The reviews were pretty good, and there were a number of follow up questions, so it went pretty well. I’ve had a lack of sleep for the last several days, so I was definitely less animated and engaged than I wanted to be. But all in all, it seemed to go pretty well.


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