For the Chennaipy December meetup, we decided to do a series of 10-min Lightning Talks. But most people I spoke to, were wondering — what can you say in 10 min, how do I compress my 40 min talk into 10 min, … So here are a few suggestions for what to do and what not to do.
Chennaipy met on 27th of July. Due to some renovation work at the usual venue, Zilogic Systems, the meeting was held at IITM.
Surprisingly this time, we had a couple of people arriving before the meeting time. And gradually the participant count hit 14. Thanks to Kiran and Srini for promoting the meet in various other forums.
Python user’s in Chennai, met again on 24th November. We had about 13 people participating in the meet this time. We discussed about regular expressions, GUI programming with GTK, and a web application development project.
We had a great meet this time, with about 10 people participating. We started with the customary introduction to Python, since there were lot of people who had just started with Python.
Chennaipy met on the 28th of July. We had about 10 people, participating in the meet. The meet started with an intro into Python, followed by a lightning talk on File I/O by Bala and a short talk on SCons by Vijay Kumar.
Chennaipy met again on the 28th of April, with talks and videos on a wide range of topics. This time around we had about 10 people.
Chennaipy met again on the 30th of June, with talks on a wide range of topics. The meet was originally scheduled for 23rd June, but due to a full day power cut at the venue, the meet was rescheduled. The reschedule resulted in a low turn out.
Chennaipy met again on the 25th of February, with talks and videos on a wide range of topics. This time around we had about 7 people.
Chennaipy met again on the 28th of January. There were about 6 members this time. Despite the low turn out we had a great time.
Chennaipy met again on the 24th of December, with Python users sharing tid bits, tips, tricks and their experiences with Python. We had about 12 members this time again. That was a bit of a surprise, since it was the day before Christmas, and there were speculations for a low turn-up. But as the actual head count shows, the community’s dynamics is hardly predictable.
We had about 12 members this time. And I hope people got a good opportunity to discuss, share and learn Python.
We had a great monthly meet this time. There were around 11 participants.