It's the first week of the month again … so there are user group meetings galore.
Wednesday, June 4 at 6:00 pm is the Ann Arbor Computer Society meeting. The topic is PostgreSQL 8.3 and Beyond. PostgreSQL is a free and open source database. The meeting will be held at SRT Solutions, 206 S. Fifth Ave, Suite 200, Ann Arbor, MI. AACS meetings are free and open to the public. Supporting memberships of $20/year are available, which help to support the pizza and soft drinks served at meetings as well as the door prizes.
On Thursday, June 5, the Michigan Python User Group will meet at SRT Solutions at 7:00 pm. The topic is TBD but some ideas that have been thrown around include: Google App Engine, non-relational databases, and Jython. I'm sure it will be an enjoyable meeting, as always. It's a great group, very casual and welcoming (and the meeting is free). Please join us.
And Friday is the "on" Friday for Lightning Talks at SRT. Head over to SRT at around 3:30 pm for 5 minute talks on any tech topic of your choosing. We'll go until about 5 so stop by whenever you are free on Friday afternoon. SRT's lightning talks are free and open to everyone in the community, both for speaking and listening. We think that the entire community benefits when we all know what others are doing.