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Python. Life's better without braces.

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Python aficionados, unite! Love Python? Want to share the wealth? Got questions? Interested in meeting others immersed in this elegant, expressive language and environment? This is the place for you! Please don't hesitate to post your info here as a discussion and invite your friends. We need you and people like you to have a community.

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PyCon '09 - Best Parts!

Started by Michael Levin Mar 28, 2009.

Java Is Dead! Long Live Python!

Started by Vlad Sanchez Jan 12, 2009.

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Comment by Vlad Sanchez on February 20, 2012 at 4:49pm

FT Python work in Jacksonville, FL. Contact me vlad dot sanchez at gmail dot com =D

Comment by Vlad Sanchez on January 12, 2009 at 7:56am
I'm glad you realize, Python is a sleeper. And Rick Copeland is no dummy, so do what successful people do. Code Python.

Did you know that Google Robot is built in Python?

See you at the next meeting.
 

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