Showing posts with label qt. Show all posts
Showing posts with label qt. Show all posts

Thursday, February 10, 2011

A PyCon Tutorial Preview in Dallas THIS Saturday

This year, DFW Pythoneers member Paul Kippes has prepared a tutorial for the US PyCon titled:

"Creating GUI Applications in Python using Qt"

In order to practice giving his tutorial before PyCon, Paul has volunteered to teach it here locally during the upcoming 2nd Saturday meeting, Sat Feb 12, from 2:30pm till 5:30pm.

This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in building cross-platform GUI apps using Python, as it will provide a introduction to using one of the major GUI frameworks: QT, which is the basis for KDE, as well as many cross platform applications running under Linux, Mac OS, Windows, Symbian, Embedded Linux, Windows Mobile, and Maemo.

Registration is free, but seating is limited, please reserve your spot by emailing Brad Allen and confirm that you will attend. If more than 15 people register, we may need to move it to a different venue, so please let Brad know as soon as possible whether you plan to attend.

Please arrive by 2pm so that the tutorial can start at 2:30pm sharp.

As long as we stay below 15 people, the meeting will be held at the usual DFW Pythoneers meeting location,

1701 North Collins Boulevard
Second Floor (Near Suite 2000)
Richardson, TX 75080
Phone: 972-231-0052

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

PyUGAT Python User Group Austria - Meeting 2010-12-12: PySide and QML

The Python User Group Austria is celebrating its first birthday - one year of PyUGAT :) There will be a hands-on talk and workshop about PySide and QML for creating good-looking mobile UIs with Python. The meeting will take place on Sunday, December 12th 2010 around 19h at the Metalab in Vienna (how to get there). Wiki page for the December meeting

As always, everyone is kindly invited to join in and meet local Pythonistas in and around Vienna. Bring your scripts, projects and hacks and present your findings as lightning talk, get answers to your questions or get help with your problems.

PyUGAT is also on Meetup, Twitter and

German version:

Die Python User Group Austria feiert ihren ersten Geburtstag - Ein Jahr PyUGAT :) Es wird einen Hands-On Talk und Workshop zum Thema PySide und QML geben, womit man hübsche, mobile UIs in Python erstellen kann. Gefeiert wird beim nächsten Meeting am Sonntag, 12. Dezember 2010 um ca. 19 Uhr im Wiener Metalab (Anfahrtsplan). Wiki-Seite zum Dezember-Meeting

Wie immer ist auch diesmal jede(r) herzlich eingeladen bei uns vorbei zu schauen, und Pythonistas aus der Umgebung zu treffen. Bringe deine Scripts, Projekte und Hacks und präsentiere deine Erkenntnisse in einem Lightning Talk, finde Antworten auf deine Fragen oder erhalte Hilfe bei Problemen.

PyUGAT findest du auch auf Meetup, Twitter und