October 13 — Amjith Ramanujam presented on profiling Python programs (slides)
September 8 — Stephen McQuay presented on virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper / Matt Harrison presented on decorators.
August 11 — Stephen McQuay reported on the SciPy 2011 Conference
July 14 — Seth House presented on setup.py (slides)
April 14 — Travis Hartwell presented on web automation (presentation)
January — No presentation (scheduling conflicts)
November — Lightning Talks
October — Utah Open Source Conference (no meeting)
September — Michael Geary conducted a discussion of teaching Python to kids.
May — Seth House presented on Python Tips, Tricks, and Pitfalls. (slides)
February — Seth House presented on Packaging and Deployment. (slides)
January — Stephen McQuay presented on using multiple threads or processes to solve problems. Jake Trent presented on Django on Jython.
October — Stephen McQuay gave an intro to Python at the Utah Open Source Conference
August — PyFunc - Functional programming in python - Jon McV
July — GUI Toolkit extravaganza, continued, and Christian Horne presented on Blender.
June — GUI Toolkit extravaganza, continued
May — GUI Toolkit extravaganza
April — Jeff Shipley presented on Pygame (slides)
January — Kael Fischer presented “Python in Large Scale Bioinformatics” (slides)
November — Ben Coverston presented an introduction to IronPython
October — Jonathan Ellis presented FormAlchemy.
September — Our speaker cancelled at the last minute. We had dinner at the Blue Iguana instead.
August — David Owen presented on Bazaar; Byron Clark presented on Mercurial (slides)
July — Justin Findlay gave a tutorial on scripting OpenOffice.org with Python, and Paul Cannon gave an overview of Twisted. No slides.
May — Editor smackdown! Demos of Emacs, ViM, Komodo, PyDev, and Wing IDE. Nobody used slides, but Jonathan blogged some highlights here and Ryan McGuire wrote about his Emacs presentation in more detail.
March — Paul Cannon presented on the Python C API. Slides and source are here.
February — John Harrison gave a preview of his pycon talk, which involves using PyGame and PySight together with a projector and a laser pointer to create video games controlled entirely through shining a laser on the projection surface. Check out the video and a longer description on his blog, as well as the slides and source used at the meeting.
January — Our speaker was unexpectedly hospitalized. (He’s fine now.) We had dinner at an Indian restaurant instead.
October — Kevin Bell gave an overview of GIS (geographic information systems) and how Python is used in that field.
August — Dave Adams presented Plone. Slides here.
July — Jonathan Ellis presented on the ORM layer of SQLAlchemy.
June — Byron Clark presented IPython and SciPy.
May — For our first meeting in SLC, Jonathan Ellis reprised his Python 202 presentation and Matt Harrison gave a preview of his OSCON talk, “Programming with Dynamic Confidence.”
January — Shane Hathaway presented ElementTree, now included standard in Python 2.5.
November — Paul Cannon presented the ctypes module as a followup to his general Python 2.5 presentation.
October — Jonathan Ellis presented SqlSoup. His notes were incorporated into the SqlSoup documentation
September — Paul Cannon’s September presentation on Python 2.5 followed AMK’s outline pretty closely
August — Spyce.
July — Steve Christensen’s SCons slides and code
June — Jonathan Ellis’s “Python 202” slides
May — Paul Cannon’s Noodle slides
March — notes from the web frameworks meeting, with links to some source code and slides
January — Jonathan Ellis’s presentation on PyDO2 and psycopg
November — Conan Albrecht’s presentation on wxPython
October — Python for Sysadmins, covering regular expressions, the subprocess module, BeautifulSoup, and ClientForm.
August — Shane Hathaway presented on Twisted.
June — Paul Cannon presented on metaclasses.