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First meeting of new Oshkosh area Python user group

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Fox Valley Python User Group will meet Monday, July 1 @ 7 pm in Halsey 101

First meeting of new Oshkosh area Python user group

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From: Christian Long <>
Subject: [FoxPUG] First meeting announcement
Date: June 26, 2013 12:22:10 PM CDT
To: FoxPug mailling list <>

I'm happy to announce the first meeting of the Fox Valley Python User Group, "Foxpug" for short.

We will be meeting on Monday, July 1 at 7pm. The meeting will be in the computer lab, Halsey room 101, on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh.

Directions: Halsey Science Building, 921 Elmwood Ave, Oshkosh, WI. Halsey is on the corner of Elmwood and Scott Street. Park anywhere on Scott street. The computer lab is on the first floor at the south end of the building.

If you use Python, or you want to learn more about it, we welcome you. Python is a beautiful and practical language, and it powers many of the preeminent projects in web development, scientific computing, geographic information systems (GIS), and many other fields.

About the organizers
Christian Long is a consultant and programer in Oshkosh
Kathy Lynch is a faculty member in the Computer Science Department at UW-Oshkosh
Mamadou Coulibaly, Associate Professor, Geographic Information Systems, Department of Geography and Urban Planning (UW Oshksoh)

Thank you to Chris Calloway, whose Python Boot Camp was the impetus for the group, and who set up the early infrastructure. Thanks also to Kim Nguyen for organizing the great Plone Symposium Midwest conference that brought us all together in the first place.

You can contact us for more information. We are @FoxPython on Twitter, or email us at

We also have a mailing list, which you can join here:

We look forward to seeing you on Monday July 1 at 7pm.

Christian Long

FoxPUG mailing list

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