We use Python for a lot of our middleware and back end tools here. We
also use wxPython on Windows for some front-end work. At the moment I
am developing a new tool for our suite, and I'm stuck on what looks for
all the world like a bug in wx, but will almost assuredly prove to be
something stupid on my part.

Are there any wxPython experts, developers, enthusiasts attending PyCon
2005? If so, I'd love to hear from you and perhaps pick your brain for
15 minutes during the conference. I'm giving two presentations - one
about the Compete File System, and another about query directed data
mining - so I should be "findable" at the Conference. In my view,
debugging and geek-speak about code and such is best accomplished over a
cold beer, but I digress....

Looking forward to the conference...
Chris Gillett
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Christopher Gillett
Chief Software Architect

Compete, Inc.
Four Copley Place
Suite 700
Boston, MA 02116
cgillett@compete.com
www.compete.com <http://www.compete.com>
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"Compete is pioneering the analysis of consumer behavior."

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