Date: Monday, November 14th @ 7pm
November news, links, and events!
Check out our upgraded home page, for which Mike noticed some SEO progress--thanks Mike for all the website work!
And Mark wrapped up five consecutive Tuesdays of coding presentations at PrincetonPublicLibrary, a big boost in our visibility!
Mike will present the codingForEveryone  talk on December 5 [see events below]. Tell your non-technical friends near Clinton NJ! [along Rt 78]
The  incoming  links  from  libraries  should  continue to improve our SEO status over time.
links for 14nov meeting
Our still-gathering November links  defy categorization, but include the newly-released Python 3.11 and upcoming 3.12, and some under-the-hood looks at http, linux dynamic libraries, and even print("Hello World")
next meeting: Monday 14nov 7pm online at http://8x8.vc/ppug
next codingForEveryone  talk: Monday 05dec 7pm at at Hunterdon County Library  in Clinton NJ. Register here: 
- pcontract - a data structure to track data over time
- birdseye - a Python debugger which records the values of expressions in a function call and lets you easily view them after the function exits
- Anatomy of Linux dynamic libraries - good reading about libraries and how they work with executables in Linux
- Hello World under the microscope - a very in-depth view of what happens when you run a hello world
- XPath-like libraries
- The HTTP crash course nobody asked for
- examples are in rust
- Quart, HTMX, and Server Sent Events (SSEs)
- Python CLI Tricks That Don't Require Any Code Whatsoever
- Python 3.11.0 released
- You might not need JS
- Customizing a Django RSS Feed
- What to expect in Python 3.12
- PrincetonPy gets added to wiby!