MadPUG was started in 2013 as a place for Madison Pythonistas to get together, network, and share knowledge. If you're interested in Learning Python, expanding your understanding of Python, or sharing what you've learned (even if it is only a little related to Python) you should join us.
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Madison's Python User Group
August 11 · 6:00 PM
Testing in Python
Ian will be providing a brief primer on testing in python.
We will cover unittest, pytest, and mock as well as some terminology frequently used in testing.
For those... Learn more
July 14 · 6:15 PM
Distributing and Documenting Python 101
This month Ian will give a presentation about documenting, packaging, and distributing Python code. He will discuss:
• How to lay out your project according to current... Learn more
June 9 · 6:30 PM
Using Libraries Without Documentation - Reading the Code
Cea will walk us through the library Troposphere (a fantastic library) that relies mainly on examples for documentation. We'll discuss how to evaluate whether a library... Learn more
May 12 · 6:00 PM
Flask for the Bold and True
Dan Imhoff is a software developer for Ionic using Flask to build microservices. Dan will discuss:
• the differences between Django and Flask
• why Ionic is using Flask... Learn more
April 14 · 6:00 PM
from ops import dev
Trends in tech like NoOps have made it increasingly easy for organizations to push work onto developers that was historically under the umbrella of Operations... Learn more