Is that a Python in your Raspberry Pi?

Grand Rapids Python User Group (GRPUG) Meetup Event:  Sign-up to attend at: … and/or on our (KLUG) Meetings calender.


Go figure … KLUG just acquired the Model B and already obsolete! We will have an introduction to our new Raspberry Pi B at our regular Tuesday evening meeting on July 15, 2014. Then at our July 22nd meeting we will have a pizza pie party with a Raspberry Jam session. If you300px-RaspberryPi plan on attending please RSVP on the Meetings page, so we can right size meeting room and pizza order! – Thanks




GitHub has always been about making open source software better, and today we're launching //TODO with a number of partners to help large organizations better support the open source community. If your company has an open source program–or is looking to initiate one–we hope you'll join us. With //TODO, we want [...]
Mon, Sep 15, 2014
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GitHub is proudly sponsoring HACKMemphis this weekend. @jameswhite and I will be down visiting and would like to buy you a or and talk about whatever strikes you mood. We do enjoy a good DIY discussion! Let's meet up at Fox and Hound! If you're in town for the [...]
Mon, Sep 15, 2014
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Our open and free Internet fuels some of the most incredible innovation in history. It provides new opportunities for billions of people to communicate and collaborate, contributes to economic growth across the world, supports a flourishing open source community, and changes the way we live our lives for the better. [...]
Wed, Sep 10, 2014
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We're happy to announce a Patchwork hack night on Thursday, September 18, 2014, co-hosted with our friends at Dev Bootcamp NYC's campus. No coding experience needed Patchwork is a hands-on workshop for learning Git and GitHub. Join us for a night of hacking and snacking, and make some new friends while you're [...]
Tue, Sep 09, 2014
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Old and new highlighting behaviors
Commits, compare views, and pull requests now highlight individual changed words instead of the entire changed section, making it easier for you to see exactly what's been added or removed. And, of course, it works great with split diffs, too: [...]
Thu, Sep 04, 2014
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