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Let's meetup and talk Python!

  • Jul 22, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Los Angeles Professional Python Users Group!!
ProPy|L.A. - we are ready to go for our inaugural meetup on Tuesday, July 22 at TrueCar in Santa Monica.
John Mitchell has graciously accepted our invitation to present and his discussion will be on "Django QuerySets and Functional Programming".  Food and drink will be provided.

Parking for the MeetUp tonight at TrueCar - there are public parking lots at the mall across the street and also on 2nd Street between Broadway and Santa Monica Blvd.


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  • John M

    Thanks so much for attending -- it was a lot of fun! I've posted the slides (in viewable and raw source forms) to my blog. Please subscribe to my RSS feed, and/or email me with questions. I've already received a number of ideas for future talks/posts/training!
    Here's the code: http://johntellsall.blogspot.com/2014/07/class-django-querysets-and-functional.html

    1 · July 23, 2014

    • Omar A.

      Thanks John! On that note, I will also be trying to contribute and help out with this python group to help with my transition from RoR. I don't have a blog yet but follow me on twitter guys!!!!!!!!!!

      July 23, 2014

  • Chris M.

    Thank you all for attending the first ProPY|L.A. meetup at TrueCar last night! Thank you to John Mitchell for putting together a great presentation.
    Here is some of the feedback from the group that you'd like to hear/see in the future:
    -Python Compiler
    -Niche Python Presentations
    -Where to Learn about Best Practices & Functional Programming
    -Best Practices for Organizing Python
    -Lightning Talks

    Feel free to add more ideas; let's keep this going and make it the best meetup in LA!!
    We will plan on doing it again next month at TrueCar - who wants to present in August??

    2 · July 23, 2014

    • Gene D.

      Not sure if others would be interested, but for me I would love to hear more about Django & Mongo as that with python is my current stack.

      1 · July 23, 2014

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    A former member

    A big thanks to John and our hosts at TrueCar! Well worth it.

    2 · July 23, 2014

  • Dave T.

    super informative

    2 · July 23, 2014

  • Omar A.

    Great meetup location and awesome hosts in Chris and True Car. This Py meet-up has potential and if this core group gets added onto we can make this a special meetup. Hope to see the whole crew again next month!!!

    2 · July 22, 2014

  • Gene D.

    Thank you, Chris and Truecar for hosting the meetup. And, thank you John for the presentation. Great meet up!

    2 · July 22, 2014

  • Chris M.

    Parking for the MeetUp tonight at TrueCar - there are public parking lots at the mall across the street and also on 2nd Street between Broadway and Santa Monica Blvd.

    1 · July 22, 2014

  • Gene D.

    Looking forward to the meetup! What's the parking situation? Suggestion?

    1 · July 22, 2014

  • Chris M.

    Los Angeles Professional Python Users Group!!
    ProPy|L.A. - we are ready to go for our inaugural meetup on Tuesday, July 22 at TrueCar in Santa Monica.
    John Mitchell has graciously accepted our invitation to present and his discussion will be on "Django QuerySets and Functional Programming"
    Food and drink will be provided

    2 · July 17, 2014

  • Chris M.

    TrueCar is hosting a HackerX - Python event on June 17th starting at 7pm.
    For those looking for professional opportunites using Python, there will be several companies/employers ready to hire. https://hackerx-la-jun2014-emp.eventbrite.com

    Info on HackerX
    HackerX is the most exclusive hiring/recruiting event for developers; it’s like speed-dating for candidates. Face-to-face meetings (duration: 4-5 minutes each) between employers and Python developers, and many more during our networking session. Simple as that. Let me know if you have any questions.

    Chris[masked]

    2 · May 29, 2014

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