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TriPython January, April, July, and October general meetings and monthly second Wednesday project nights meet at:

UNC Renaissance Computing Institute

TriPython February, May, August, and November general meetings and monthly first Tuesday project nights meet at:

WebAssign: Online Homework and Grading

TriPython March, June, September, and December general meetings and monthly third Monday project nights meet at:

Caktus Consulting Group
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Collaborations

List of published TriZPUG collcaborations (conferences, sprints, jams, hack nights, dojos, etc.).
 Title   Start Time   Description 
Django Sprint 2010/03/20 09:00:00 GMT-4 We're hosting a Django development sprint at Carrboro Creative Coworking on March 20th and 21st, 2010. A sprint is a concerted, focused period of time in which developers meet in the same space to get things done on a project. This will be a general sprint focused on fixing bugs for the 1.2 release. It doesn't require any previous experience and, if you don't have prior experience contributing to Django, it is the perfect opportunity to start. We'll be there at 9am both days to open the doors. The sprint is being hosted by Caktus Consulting Group. If you need help finding the location or have other questions on the day of the sprint, just give us a call at 919-951-0052.
Python Hack Night The First 2010/03/11 18:00:00 US/Eastern Let's get together not just to talk about Python but to use Python. Python Hack Night is where you can get hands-on learning and help on your small projects. If you have a project on which you need some help, then you should come. If you have time to spare and want to help, then you should come. If you just want to come work on a project with other Python hackers, then you should come. If you want to see what projects others are working on, then you should come. Suggestions for more venues to host Python Hack Nights are welcome. Read the article for more information.
Django Development Sprint 2009/12/12 09:00:00 US/Eastern A development sprint is an excuse to get together, write some code, and have a good time doing it. The purpose of this sprint will be to help finish features and push out bug fixes in preparation for the Django 1.2 release. If you're interested in coming to work on other open source Django-based projects, that's welcome too. If you plan to participate on-site, please RSVP via Eventbrite (linked on the page linked below) so we get an idea of how much food to plan for.
The No-Fun ZopeSkel BBQ Sprint 2009/10/02 09:00:00 GMT-4 A highly focused, planned, and organized, very small, no-fun, no-cost, all-business sprint to improve ZopeSkel usability for Plone themers, integrators, and new developers. The primary goal is to improve ZopeSkel infrastructure rather than to create new ZopeSkel templates. This may result in a ZopeSkel wrapper product code-named Button. This sprint is not invite-only, however, we are not looking for a large group or side-projects. We, in fact, are specifically discouraging side-projects of any kind--the purpose of this sprint is solely to accomplish a pre-determined task list assembled by the sprint organizers. This would not be a good sprint for someone looking to learn more about Plone site-building or product-development per se, since the technologies we're working with here are not much more general-Python than Plone-specific. This sprint is really for experienced Python programmers who want to help with the ZopeSkel infrastructure.
Plone Symposium East 2009 2009/05/26 09:00:00 GMT-4 A regional Plone symposium in late May in central Pennsylvania, hosted by Penn State WebLion. There will be two days of talks (parallel tracks), two days of training, and a weekend of sprints. One of the themes will be Plone in education.
PyCon Sprints 2009/03/30 08:00:00 GMT-5 Four days of Python community development sprints.
PyCon 2009 2009/03/27 08:00:00 GMT-5 Three days of keynote talks, scheduled talks, lightning talks, open space, expo hall, and evening socials to connect the Python community.
PyCon Tutorial Days 2009/03/25 08:00:00 GMT-5 PyCon 2009 has two days of tutorials. $120 for the first tutorial and $80 for each additional tutorial.
Plone Deployment Workshop 2008/11/19 18:30:00 US/Central One day of talks and one day of hands-on sessions.
Plone Conference 2008 2008/10/06 09:00:00 GMT-5 Featured presentations include Simplifying Plone, Real World Intranets with Plone and Plone's Anatomy. Pre-conference training Oct 6-7 and post-conference sprint Oct 11-2. TriZPUG is the sponsor of the sprint.
TriZPUG July 2008 1st Wednesday Plone Jam 2008/07/02 18:00:00 GMT-5 A Plone Jam is an improvisational meeting. You can bring a problem you are trying to solve at work. You can bring a pet project. You can bring something you are playing around with. You can make a presentation. You can just work on your code. The idea is sort of an "un-sprint." That is, the topic is what you show up with to work on rather than a pre-planned theme. We may work on our own things side by side for synergistic effect or we may work in teams/pairs like sprint; it's up to the individuals how to work together at each Jam. Just play and see what comes out. See if a groove develops!
TriZPUG June 2008 1st Wednesday Plone Jam 2008/06/04 18:00:00 GMT-5 A Plone Jam is an improvisational meeting. You can bring a problem you are trying to solve at work. You can bring a pet project. You can bring something you are playing around with. You can make a presentation. You can just work on your code. The idea is sort of an "un-sprint." That is, the topic is what you show up with to work on rather than a pre-planned theme. We may work on our own things side by side for synergistic effect or we may work in teams/pairs like sprint; it's up to the individuals how to work together at each Jam. Just play and see what comes out. See if a groove develops!
New Orleans Plone Symposium 2008 2008/06/04 07:00:00 GMT-5 Plone consultants, developers and integrators should mark their calendars for a three-day symposium to take place Wednesday, June 4, through Friday, June 6, in New Orleans. Enfold Systems is organizing this event and has reserved space for it. The last day of the symposium will coincide with the opening of the New Orleans Seafood Festival, which takes place that weekend.
TriZPUG May 2008 1st Wednesday Plone Jam 2008/05/07 18:00:00 GMT-4 A Plone Jam is an improvisational meeting. You can bring a problem you are trying to solve at work. You can bring a pet project. You can bring something you are playing around with. You can make a presentation. You can just work on your code. The idea is sort of an "un-sprint." That is, the topic is what you show up with to work on rather than a pre-planned theme. We may work on our own things side by side for synergistic effect or we may work in teams/pairs like sprint; it's up to the individuals how to work together at each Jam. Just play and see what comes out. See if a groove develops.
TriZPUG March 2008 Third Thursday Plone Jam 2008/03/20 18:00:00 GMT-4 A Plone Jam is an improvisational meeting. You can bring a problem you are trying to solve at work. You can bring a pet project. You can bring something you are playing around with. You can make a presentation. You can just work on your code. The idea is sort of an "un-sprint." That is, the topic is what you show up with to work on rather than a pre-planned theme. We may work on our own things side by side for synergistic effect or we may work in teams/pairs like sprint; it's up to the individuals how to work together at each Jam. Just play and see what comes out. See if a groove develops.
PyCon US 2008 2008/03/14 08:00:00 GMT-4 PyCon 2008, the sixth annual community conference for the Python programming language, will take place March 14-16 at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare Hotel.
Plone Symposium East 2008 2008/03/10 08:00:00 GMT-4 Plone Symposium East 2008 is planned for March 12 and 13 at Penn State University in scenic State College, PA. Training sessions will be held March 10 and 11. Sprints will run throughout the week. The Symposium will feature presentations, tutorials, hands-on training, and networking opportunities for developers, designers, integrators, technical writers, and users of Plone. One session track will be devoted to the unique needs of institutions of higher education using Plone. There will also be development sprints chosen and organized by Plone community leaders and developers.
TriZPUG February 2008 First Wednesday Plone Jam 2008/02/06 18:00:00 US/Eastern A Plone Jam is an improvisational meeting. You can bring a problem you are trying to solve at work. You can bring a pet project. You can bring something you are playing around with. You can make a presentation. You can just work on your code. The idea is sort of an "un-sprint." That is, the topic is what you show up with to work on rather than a pre-planned theme. We may work on our own things side by side for synergistic effect or we may work in teams/pairs like sprint; it's up to the individuals how to work together at each Jam. Just play and see what comes out. See if a groove develops.
TriZPUG Plone Jam 2008/01/17 18:00:00 US/Eastern The idea is sort of an "un-sprint." That is the topic is what you show up with to work on rather than a pre-planned theme. And we may work on our own things side by side for synergistic effect or we may work in teams/pairs like sprint; it's up to the individuals how to work together at each Jam. You can bring a problem you are trying to solve at work. You can bring a pet project. You can bring something you are playing around with. You can make a presentation. You can just work on your code. It's a Jam: it's improvisational. Plone at the Improv. Just play and see what comes out. See if a groove develops. Several TriZPUGers are already grooving on their common approach to Plone integration and want to share the love.
TriZPUG Plone Jam 2007/11/15 18:00:00 US/Eastern The idea is sort of an "un-sprint." That is the topic is what you show up with to work on rather than a pre-planned theme. And we may work on our own things side by side for synergistic effect or we may work in teams/pairs like sprint; it's up to the individuals how to work together at each Jam. You can bring a problem you are trying to solve at work. You can bring a pet project. You can bring something you are playing around with. You can make a presentation. You can just work on your code. It's a Jam: it's improvisational. Plone at the Improv. Just play and see what comes out. See if a groove develops. Several TriZPUGers are already grooving on their common approach to Plone integration and want to share the love.

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