[lug] BLUG Meeting Announcement 2013-02-14

Boulder Linux boulderlinux at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 08:00:05 MST 2013


The February Boulder Linux User Group meeting is coming up.

   Talk : How to make python fast (and why)

Speaker : Davide Del Vento

   When : 7:15 p.m. on Thu, Feb 14, 2013 

  Where : Applied Trust, 1033 Walnut St, Bulder, CO 80302

          Applied Trust is on Walnut Street in downtown Boulder. It is
          the door just west of Amante Coffee.

    Map : http://lug.boulder.co.us/meetings.html

Parking : Parking on the street is free after 7pm and there are 2 public
          garages on Walnut at $1.25/hour and bike parking on the sidewalk
          in front of the office.

    Bus : Less than 2 blocks from Broadway which is served by the Skip busses.
          Less than 4 blocks from the Boulder Transit Center which serves
          almost all routes.

Summary of 'How to make python fast (and why)'

Python is a popular programming language whose design philosophy
emphasizes code readability. If used naively it is not fast. However,
various techniques have been schemed to prevent the problem. This talk
with discuss some of these techniques with their pros and cons.

Pre meeting food

Food will be available at the meeting location, so please show up around 6:45 pm
and join us for a bite to eat. We'll start the meeting about 7:15.

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