The West Yorkshire Python User Group (WYPy) have been meeting monthly since 2007. Our meetings are free, and usually include at least one talk, as well as a trip to the pub.
We'll be arriving at Old Broadcasting House from about 6:30 onwards for vaguely Python related chat. At 7:30 will be two talks, which are expected to last for about an hour. After that we will head to a pub for more geeky chat. It is likely we will try to go to the North bar to join the Ubuntu release party which is being held there.
The meetings are always good fun, and everyone of any level of experience or interest in Python is extremely welcome. Bring a friend!
Automated testing is now an important discipline in software development. In this talk Peter will be presenting some of his views on how to test code written in Python, the virtues (or otherwise) of test driven development as a methodology, and some of the tools available for testing.
Tony will be talking about his use of IPython, SciPy and MatplotLib for interactive analysis of logfiles.
These tools have been developed in the scientific community for analysing data and running computational simulations. It will be interesting to see how they can be applied to a different domain.
Thursday 13 October. From 6:30pm, talk at 7:30. Pub afterwards.
We will be holding the talks in the boardroom at the back of the ground floor of the building. If you arrive after 7:30 we may not hear the doorbell, so please phone Peter on <removed>.