Tonight Drew Robbins gave a excellent talk on IronPython to The Cleveland Area Python Interest Group (Clepy). As always Mike Pirnat's meeting notes are comprehensive, but I wanted to share my take on the meeting. The talk itself was based off of a talk he gives to .NET developers. That being said he did a fantastic job of adapting to an opinionated Python crowd. I enjoyed the way the group was able to participate in the demo. Someone would ask a "what happens if/when" question and he just tried it out. I thought this interactive style was very effective. I am very motivated right now to really dive into IronPython and am downloading the source now so that I can begin playing. I'll post follow ups if I do anything of interest.