Come join PYPTUG at out next monthly meeting (February 27th 2017) to learn more about the Python programming language, modules and tools. Python is the ideal language to learn if you've never programmed before, and at the other end, it is also a tool that no expert would do without.
VPython: 3D Programming for Ordinary Mortals
Bruce Sherwood is an NCSU emeritus professor of physics and a Fellow of the American Physical Society, the American Association of Physics Teachers, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is currently the main developer of VPython. He is co-author with Ruth Chabay of the introductory physics textbook "Matter & Interactions" for science and engineering college students (matterandinteractions.org). In North Carolina, this textbook is currently used at NCSU, High Point University, UNC-Greensboro, Wake Forest University, and Guilford College.
Tuesday February 27 2018
Meeting starts at 6:00PM
Wake Forest University,
close to Polo Rd and University Parkway:
room: Manchester 241
Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 27109
See also this campus map (PDF) and also the Parking Map (PDF) (Manchester hall is #20A on the parking map)
And speaking of parking: Parking after 5pm is on a first-come, first-serve basis. The official parking policy is:
"Visitors can park in any general parking lot on campus. Visitors should avoid reserved spaces, faculty/staff lots, fire lanes or other restricted area on campus. Frequent visitors should contact Parking and Transportation to register for a parking permit."
Don't forget to sign up to our user group mailing list:
It is the only step required to become a PYPTUG member.
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