PyGTA Tuesday March 20 to talk about One Laptop Per Child

The regular monthly PyGTA meeting on March 20 will feature an introduction to the One Laptop Per Child project, and particularly the Python-coded Sugar development environment. It’ll also have some discussion on news and events in the Python world, such as the University of Toronto choosing Python as its first-year teaching language.

The meeting will be in the Linux Caffe at the corner of Grace and Harbord. People will start gathering around 6:30pm and get started with the more formal discussions around 7:00pm. Attendees normally wrap up the formal session between 8:30 and 9:00 and head out for beer, ice-cream and the like. See the PyGTA web site for details.

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