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Articles about the Iowa Python User's Group (AKA: Pyowa)

Pyowa Meeting (Feb 2017)

February 8, 2017 by Mike
The local Python users group, Pyowa, was restarted last night after a year and a half hibernation. I hadn't been to one of their meetings in a few years, but I had decided at the end of 2016 to get it going again. Once the ball was rolling, we got multiple offers of sponsorships for […]

January 2012 Pyowa Wrap Up

January 7, 2012 by Mike
Last Thursday (the 5th) I attended Pyowa, the local Iowa Python Users group I founded a few years ago. We had Scott Peterson from Principal Financial Group come and talk to us about Library Gadget, a cool Django-based website he created to track what library books his family has checked out. Now he has lots […]

October 2011 Pyowa Wrap-up

October 7, 2011 by Mike
We had our October Pyowa meeting last night (10/07/2011) at the IMT Group building in West Des Moines, IA. One of their programmers gave a talk on the python open document (pod) library that is included with the Appy framework. The gist of the talk was that you could create template files in LibreOffice or […]

June 2011 Pyowa Wrapup

June 3, 2011 by Mike
We had our monthly Pyowa meeting yesterday, Thursday, June 2nd at the IMT Group building in West Des Moines. Refreshments were provided. There was pop and Little Caesar's pizza. We had two good talks. The first was given by Scott and he spoke on the topics of printing labels to a Dymo label printer using […]

Pyowa - September 2010 Wrap-Up

September 3, 2010 by Mike
This is for all you Pyowa home-boys out there what missed our gathering. We don't know why you homebodies didn't come and hang out and talk shop wit us, but we think you really truly missed out on our phat gathering. We had around 10 real homies show up to hear the jibber jabber about […]

August Pyowa Meeting Wrapup

August 6, 2010 by Mike
We had our August 2010 Pyowa meeting last night in Ames at the Ames Public Library. Seven people attended the meeting, most of whom were regulars. I think we had one new guy or maybe he's only been to one. Anyway, Scott presented on SqlAlchemy. He walked us through the basics using a movies example […]
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