The end of the month is sort of light on tech events in Ann Arbor, but STILL there are things to do within driving distance!
PyOhio is going on in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday July 26. It's a free event, and includes talks, open spaces, lightning talks, and poster sessions. If you're planning to attend and want to carpool, check with other Python developers on the MichiPUG Google group.
The Ann Arbor Java User Group canceled their meeting for next week (would have been on Tuesday July 29), but look for their meeting next month. Rumor has it that the August talk will be on JavaFX, which is getting some air time at OSCON this week.
Next week, Wednesday and Thursday (July 30-31) is the Michigan Flex Camp in Lansing. The price is only $40 ($25 if you only want to attend the first day). This hands-on interactive camp looks really interesting. Registration is limited to 150 people, so sign up now if you're planning to attend: http://www.theflexgroup.org/camp/.
Lightning Talk Fridays, hosted by SRT Solutions, continue on Friday, August 1 from 3:30-5 pm.
And one non-technical event will be held next week as well. The WXW Business group is holding a networking event for businesswomen at the Ann Arbor Art Center. Cost is $10, and registration is limited to 120 people. Wine and appetizers will be served. Registration is available at http://wxwbusiness.com/.
If you have any interest in traveling to North Carolina in next week or the week after, TrizPugBootCampArama is being held there, with 3 consecutive camps: PyCamp and 2 on Plone.
Oh, and of course, the first week in August will be busy event-wise, with both the Ann Arbor Computer Society meeting on August 6 (topic: Ruby for Domain Specific Languages) and the Michigan Python User Group on August 7. More details on those meetings to come.