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January Meetup

  • Jan 15, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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As promised at November meetup we're trying to get future meetups up on the board earlier.

In January we'll visit Rally Software.

Several persons requested 2 roughly 30 minute presentations with a basic and a more complex presentation so we could try to do that this time.

There's a guesstimated cap of 30 attendants so RSVP to make sure you have a seat. 

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  • Python Suomi r.

    As a second topic we will look at interesting ways to solve the classical FizzBuzz problem. Interesting in this context doesn't mean the standard solution but rather something that points out a different way to think about the problem and potential solutions. Please bring in your own solutions.

    If you're feeling unimaginative you can try to think of ways that use: generators, functional programming, list processing, closures etc. Another way to challenge yourself is to avoid using a particular language feature, e.g. the modulo operator or a for-loop.

    Be prepared to explain your solution to the audience. It's also desirable for your solution to actually solve the problem.

    January 14, 2014

  • Carlos G.

    If anyone's interested I could do a quick presentation on modelling and solving LP (Linear Programming) / MIP (Mixed Integer Programming) problems in Python with
    That's not something most people need to do every day but PuLP has some nice properties particularly for the occasional project

    January 12, 2014

    • Python Suomi r.

      Yes, that sounds interesting. Do remember though that not everyone is expected to know LP.

      January 14, 2014

  • Python Suomi r.

    Does anyone have something they'd like to share or present? I'm sure our hosts will say a few words but they're a Ruby house so I don't think they'll have anything very pythonic to say.

    Some potential topics could be:
    - a less used language feature
    - a nice library you use and find useful
    - a tutorial on a tool

    January 9, 2014

  • Jukka T.


    January 8, 2014

  • Son N.

    I'm in (Python newbie) !

    January 7, 2014

  • Antonio A.

    I cannot attend it anymore since I won't be in Finland. 1 seat free! Enjoy and see you next time!!

    January 7, 2014

  • Mikko O.

    Helsinki meetup is coming again soon, so please confirm your attentation, as seats are limited!

    January 7, 2014

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