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Berco Beute
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Hey everybody,

Friday is PyGrunn day and it's shaping up to become an awesome happening again! Unfortunately one speaker had to cancel his talk at the last moment for personal reasons. This means we're looking for a replacement. We know it's on a short notice, but if you have something Python related that you would like to share with the dutch Python community, this is your chance. Talks are only half and hour and mostly a lot of fun. You'll get a lot in return as well:

- Free entrance (despite the fact that the event is sold out)
- Free t-shirt
- Free speakers dinner 
- Travel expenses covered
- Awesome audience
- An entry in the PyGrunn hall of fame :)

Please contact us a.s.a.p. if you are interested (info at pygrunn.org) in speaking at PyGrunn.

Thanks!

The PyGrunn organizing committee,
Bram Noordzij, Sietse van der Laan, Berco Beute
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Berco Beute
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We are proud to announce the line-up and tickets for the yearly PyGrunn event! Reserve the date, buy a ticket, and spread the word!
Gijs Molenaar. Scientific computing with Django and Docker. BIO information. When I was a kid I wanted to become a bicycle repair man. Now I'm working at the Anton Pannekoek Institute as a scientific software engineer for the AARTFAAC project, which is also fun. Although I'm living in Amsterdam ...
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Bram Noordzij
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Preparing a talk for the Big PyGrunn in May? Try it out on a PyGrunn Monthly!

Having something to say about a Pythonic subject, but not sure if you can fill an evening? Reach out and we'll mix and match!
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Berco Beute
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Hey guys, I planned to give a talk coming Tuesday (Monthly PyGrunn) but I'm running out of time (I'm going on holiday the day after and still have tons of stuff to do). Anybody else interested in giving a talk? Else I'll postpone it 2 weeks.
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Berco Beute
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We've posted a feedback form on http://www.pygrunn.org/ for the community to give feedback about past PyGrunn's or give tips for next year's edition. This includes keynote speaker ideas, so if you know a Python hero you'd like to see at PyGrunn, just fill out the form. And please spread this message, the more feedback we get the better we can make PyGrunn 2015!
Jeff Knupp. Writing Idiomatic Python: Towards Comprehensible and Maintainable Code. This talk explores the notion of what makes Python code idiomatic (or "Pythonic"). It discusses what idiomatic code is, examples of how to write in an idiomatic style, and the benefits of doing so.
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Hey folks! Do you have something interesting to talk about that would be a perfect fit for PyGrunn? A spot for PyGrunn October edition is still open. The meeting should take place on 14/10. As always keep in mind that the talk should be rather technical and related to Python (exceptions can be made of course!). Message me if you are interested!
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Hello guys,

I am looking for a software developer who can help me out with a project I’m working on concerning Google Glass. I’m looking for someone who can work with Java and Google SDK. It has nothing to do with Python, but someone pointed out that some developers in this community might also have Java skills.
We want to develop an app that enables us to livestream the video that Glass makes, to a server.  Next we want an audio connection from the one watching that video to the Glass. This is our primary goal. In a later stage we would like to add several other features to this app.
If there’s someone in this community that’s interested in this Google Glass project, please let me know!

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It's a commercial project, so there is a budget. If you are interested or know someone who is, please let me know!
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Growing the seeds of open source!
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Berco Beute
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We just finalized the schedule for friday's conference! And excellent set of speakers and topics that perfectly reflect what PyGrunn stands for. If you agree, spread the word! Thanks! 
Jeff Knupp. Writing Idiomatic Python: Towards Comprehensible and Maintainable Code. This talk explores the notion of what makes Python code idiomatic (or "Pythonic"). It discusses what idiomatic code is, examples of how to write in an idiomatic style, and the benefits of doing so.
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Berco Beute
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By the way, if you could help us spread the PyGrunn gospel that would be awesome. Last year there were a couple of people who found out about PyGrunn only after the event. We don't want that to happen again. :)
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I believe that is being worked on.
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Berco Beute
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We just added the talks to http://PyGrunn.org ! We're proud to host more quality talks than ever! Go get your tickets before its too late.
PyGrunn 2014 will take place on May 9 at Groninger Forum, the old Forum Images building, in Groningen. Groninger Forum is a cultural living and working environment. A place where artists, creative persons, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts can meet. A perfect spot for PyGrunn!
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Friends, I thought I couldn't go to the PyGrunn Conference, but now it seems I can go but the tickets are sold out. Does any of you have a spare ticket they can sell me?
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Hi Ariën, good to hear you want to join. Please mail info at pygrunn.org with your request and we'll see what we can do.
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Berco Beute
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Folks, we don't have a speaker yet for tomorrow's (Tuesday, April 14th) Monthly PyGrunn. Please let us know a.s.a.p. if you would like to present something. Else we'll have to skip this episode.
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Hi Yevgen, the Monthly of April. We've got a great lineup for the annual conference! We'll update everybody soon.
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Bram Noordzij
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Hi All,
The March slot is still available. Anyone interested in sharing a Python adventure?
Thanks,
Bram
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Berco Beute
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We've scheduled our Monthly PyGrunn's at meetup.com, please go there for RSVP's. We'll keep announcing them here as well, of course. One day there'll be one platform... :)
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Berco Beute
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The RFP for PyGrunn 2015 is out! So if you'd like to be in the impressive hall of fame of past speakers, or know someone who would, this is your chance.
Jeff Knupp. Writing Idiomatic Python: Towards Comprehensible and Maintainable Code. This talk explores the notion of what makes Python code idiomatic (or "Pythonic"). It discusses what idiomatic code is, examples of how to write in an idiomatic style, and the benefits of doing so.
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Berco Beute
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Having an awesome day at PyGrunn 2014!
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Just curious to know who else will go :)
 
Georges will be attending PyGrunn coming Friday! Are you going? 
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It may be blasphemy asking about C++ guys in a Python-fan-group but my client I currently work for (as a hardware engineer, not a recruiter, don't worry ;)) is looking for C++ guy. Holler if you're interested or know someone who could be interested!
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Berco Beute
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Preparations for PyGrunn are in full effect! T-shirts and posters just arrived. Ping me if you know a good public place for a poster.
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Zernike campus heeft zat posterplekken...
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Unfortunately, there will be no PyGrunn monthly April edition either, which was scheduled for April 9th. We are really sorry for this :) However, the time for the conference is getting closer! Get more information @ http://www.pygrunn.org/
PyGrunn 2014 will take place on May 9 at Groninger Forum, the old Forum Images building, in Groningen. Groninger Forum is a cultural living and working environment. A place where artists, creative persons, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts can meet. A perfect spot for PyGrunn!
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Hey Emil. Unfortunately, there were no speakers available for any of these meetings. And none of the organizers could give a talk either. Things will improve after the PyGrunn conference.
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