We are reviving the PrincetonPy group this academic year, and you are all invited to the kickoff event on Wednesday, November 14th from 4:00-5:30 pm in 347 Lewis Science Library. We will have introductions and discussion on topics of interest to the group. It will be followed by a talk on Python Debugging and Testing by Alexey Lavrov, graduate student in Electrical Engineering. Pizza will be provided.
Please RSVP and respond to the short survey by Monday, October 29th. We need to gauge interest and attendance for the first 3 topics.
Many thanks to Alexey Lavrov and Ben Deverett who have volunteered to present this semester. Lead presenters are needed for the Spring semester.
As some of you may know, PrincetonPy was founded by Quentin Caudron and Paul Gauthier several years ago, and is run by volunteers. The group welcomes Python enthusiasts from all levels. The Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering supports the group by hosting and sponsoring the talks.
If you have any interest in leading a PrincetonPy talk, and/or if you want to be added to the listserv, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that sessions are very low-key and relaxed, and mostly attended by your fellow graduate students and postdocs. Refreshments will be provided.