Interestingly, there actually are people interested in Python in Singapore. Most Singaporeans are Java or .NET language programmers due to the things they teach in school. Java and .NET languages are great but alternate languages won’t hurt.
The Python User Group is on coming Thursday, i.e. October 9, 2008.
Venue: SMU, SIS (School of Information System) NSR 2.1
Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
What’s the session about?
- Introduction of the group
- Sharing of Python initiatives (open invitation to anyone)
- 5 to 10 minutes each
- Please bring your own laptop, if necessary
- Sharing of PyCon Singapore 2010 initiative
- Invitation to participate
- Tea break
Of course you know I probably be there for the tea since Singapore Institute of Management have no more free tea breaks and we now have to pay a dollar seventy cents to get our own bun and coffee. To think Irene and I spend one whole semester complaining that the coffee sucked, the tea sucked, the plain water sucked and the flatten bun did not look at all appetizing. Now there’s no more. We only appreciate things when we miss it.
Rants aside, anybody going to the Python User Group meeting?