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Photo Albums of our work and fun.
Gallery Inaugurual Code in the Classroom
Elliot Hauser conducts the inaugural Code in the Classroom event at RENCI attended by 20 teachers and 5 helpers on a rainy August 9, 2014. TriPython supplied lunch and recruited helpers. There were many more helpers on the waiting list.
Gallery PyOhio PyCamp™ 2014
A PyCamp the week leading up to PyOhio 2014. PyCamp: July 21-25, 2014. PyOhio: July 26-27, 2014. Caleb Smith gave an introduction to Celery talk at PyOhio 2014.
Gallery Maintaining Your Sanity While Maintaining Your Open Source App
Raleigh TriZPUG meeting at WebAssign, Aug 23, 2012. Host: Josh Johnson. Featured Speaker: Mark Lavin.
Gallery Seattle PyCamp 2011
August 29 - September 2, 2011, Classroom CSE305, The Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering, 185 Stevens Way, University of Washington. Instructor: Chris Calloway.
Gallery Toronto PyCamp 2011
June 27-30, 2011, Classroom 25, Woodsworth College Residence, University of Toronto. The largest PyCamp to date. Instructor: Chris Calloway.
Gallery Python Boot Camp 2008
August 4-8, 2008 in 1001 Kerr Hall, School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Instructor: Chris Calloway.
Gallery Advanced Plone Boot Camp 2008
August 4-7, 2008 in 2001 Kerr Hall, School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Instructor: Joel Burton (
Gallery Plone Boot Camp 2008
July 28 through August 1, 2008 in 2001 Kerr Hall, School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Instructor: Joel Burton (
Gallery Plone Conference 2007
Stephan, Veda, and Chris eat lots of pizza, drink lots of coffee, and soak in Plone community and knowledge for eight days in Napoli, Italy. Veda taught a pre-conference class on skinning and Stephan and Chris sprinted. Many of our Camp 5 and Plone Boot Camp pals were there including Philipp, Joel, Calvin, Alec, Nate, Mikel, Nando, Dave, Aaron, CJ, Richard, Brent, David, Jonathan, Christof, Horacio, Roberto, and Luciano.
Gallery Advanced Plone Boot Camp 2007
First time offered outside of San Francisco and the largest ever. The perfect compliment to Camp 5. 40 Plonistas hone their chops for four days at the UNC-CH School of Pharmacy.
Gallery Plone Boot Camp 2007
Our biggest yet. 59 campers for five days of superb Joel Burton content.
Gallery PyCon 2007
TriZPUG goes to Dallas. Walter Martin, Chris Church, Cheryl Jerozal, Paul Smith, and Chris Calloway meet up with sponsored BBQ Sprinters Calvin and Ian and have a hoot at the Addison Quorum Marriot. The IPython talks were especially great. Walter taught Python 101 at tutorial day. Chris Calloway gave a lightning talk about Camp 5. Cheryl and Paul stayed for the sprints.
Gallery Camp 5 and the BBQ Sprint
Four days of training on Zope 3 and then four days of sprinting on Zope and Plone projects in Chapel Hill. All the cool kids were there. Photos by Cheryl Jerozal, Brad Crittenden, and Chris Calloway.
Gallery Houston PyCamp One 2007
Triangle PyCamper Mali Ozbay brought PyCamp to the University of Houston Texas Learning and Computation Center. Photos by Houston PyCamper Chris McPhilamy, City of Houston Planning and Development, except the last seven photos which are by Jerome Crowder, Ph.D.
Gallery UNC Plone People Holiday 2006 Luncheon
Some members of UNCZPUG who maintain Plone sites met for lunch before the 2006 end of year holidays just to gab. Photos by Stephan Altmueller.
Gallery Plone Conference 2006
Seattle was a blast for Frank, Veda, Stephan, and Chris. We firmed up Camp Five with Philipp Von Weitershausen and the BBQ Sprint with OpenPlans. We sponsored the after conference sprint with 65 participants, the largest Plone sprint ever! We led sessions and generally left our mark, while basking in the glow of a vibrant open source community about to launch Plone 3.
Gallery Python Boot Camp 2006
PyCamp is the TriZPUG answer to Plone Boot Camp. Fourty PyCampers spent one week immersed in Python functional programming. Photos by Edmund Moseley.
Gallery Plone Boot Camp 2006
We had so much fun putting on Plone Boot Camp in 2005 that we decided to do it again in 2006. PBC2 was bigger and better, with catered lunch and a huge social hour. A post camp sprint kicked off our SVN repository with the Jargon project.
Gallery North American Plone Symposium 2005
New Orleans! Six TriZPUGers represent. We hang out with the Plone Rockstars. Photos courtesy of Christine Chen and Frank Dimauro.
Gallery Plone Boot Camp 2005
TriZPUG organized the first ever Plone Boot Camp, the largest Plone training meeting in the world to date, in early January 2005 at UNC-Chapel Hill. We had way to much fun for a work week. We learned so much our brains hurt. Joel Burton was a wonderful instructor. Tom Bryan contributed 106 Plone Test Cases for Plone Help Center during our sprint, led by Geoff Davis (local) and Alexander Limi (remote).

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TriPython November 2019 Meeting: Surviving without Python
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