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PyLadies South Bay: Lightning Talks

Hi PyLadies! The PyCon call for proposals is coming up soon - come try out your ideas for talks, practice your current talk, or just tell us what you've been up to. :)

Tentative lineup of speakers

* Julia Grace, Caching

* Pooja Gada, Competitive Programming and Python

* Shannon Wang, Home Environment Monitoring with Python + Arduino

* Jen Gilbert, Using Flask

* Wendy Kan, How to Compete in Kaggle

* Marie LeDonne, Haiti Project

* Meenal Pant, Become Enterprise Ready and Hosted with Python


You DO NOT have to be an expert or a professional developer to talk! Practice your speaking skills and tell us about your current project, an interesting library you worked with recently, or even a list of Python learning resources.

It's only five minutes. You can totally get up and talk for five minutes.

Everybody is welcome to come, but please only PyLadies sign up for talks.

Submit your talk here (you still can):

A big, big thank you to Udacity for hosting us - they are fabulous.


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  • A former member
    A former member

    I put the source code for my home temperature monitoring project on github: Enjoy!

    3 · August 1, 2013

  • Liat Z.

    Thank you to everyone who showed up! I am still a big n00b, but I learned a whole bunch!

    August 1, 2013

  • Kathy L.

    This was a really great event. The talks were on interesting topics, and I especially liked that people shared checklists and lessons learned. We should keep doing short talk (lightening, thunder ;-), etc.) meetups like these - maybe every two months or every quarter? Thanks to all the speakers, and to Rachel and Udacity! I definitely came away with new interests!

    1 · August 1, 2013

  • Marie Antoinette L.

    Having scooter issues :/

    July 31, 2013

  • Steve P.

    I think that Google Maps is a little bit off, calling the city "El Camino Real". Udacity is in Mountain View, not Palo Alto.

    June 25, 2013

    • Rachel S.

      Aw thanks Steve - I was using Meetup's directions. I"ll fix it.

      June 26, 2013

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