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pyMNtos - Twin Cities Python User Group
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PyMNtos (pronounced pie-min-tose) is a Twin Cities group of Python enthusiasts.
PyMNtos (pronounced pie-min-tose) is a Twin Cities group of Python enthusiasts.

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Join us on Thursday September 12th at 7p for our meeting.  RSVP and agenda via the link.

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We're moving to Meetup.com for calendaring, RVSPs and more.  Become a member of PyMNtos on Meetup.com now to always stay in touch.  It's free!

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Our next meeting is September 12th at 7p at Clockwork.  Theme is "In-Depth Python".  We'll dive into a small subsections of Python and really learn the hows / whys of a feature.  RVSP and see the schedule via the link.

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Our next meeting is this Thursday July 11, 2013 at 7p at Clockwork.  The theme of the meeting is Scientific Python.  We have a great line up of Lightning Talks:

* Image Processing using Scipy, Numpy and Scikits - Ravi
* Interfacing with other languages (R, SAS, Octave, etc) - Kevin Hanson
* SciPy with PyPy - Chris Felton
* Python for Geospatial Work - David Fawcett
* IPython Notebook, Matplotlib, Fipy - Jason Furtney

Don't forget to RSVP with the link below!

Fabulous meeting last night.  The official count was 42! It was the largest PyMNtos meeting we've had in recent memories.

Special thanks to all the presenters for your time and effort! +Ray Shan , Andrew Carter, Jay Groven, Gregg Lind, Kevin Hanson and +Peter J. Farrell .

See you all next month for Scientific Python night!

Woot! We have 46 people RSVP for tonight's meeting. If more that 50 show up, we can giveaway TWO licenses of #PyCharm!
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