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PyLadies South Bay: November Meetup

Come hang out, hack and chat! Dinner will be provided. Beginners and experts welcome. :)

We're a low-key, friendly meetup, where you can bring your laptop and a project to work on and find people to work with.

Who's invited?

This event is open to women, friends of PyLadies, and anyone else interested in supporting diversity in tech. Kids of any age and gender are welcome (no, seriously).

Agenda

6:30-7:00:  Dinner

7:00-7:45: Announcements & member discussion

* What's coming up for PyLadies

* Events in the Python community

* Member introductions & announcements

7:45-9:00: Hang out, chat, hack on your projects, talk to new people, eat more pizza

How do I find you?

We'll be in the Culture Club conference room.  Here's a map on where to go:

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/105439/LinkedIn%20Map.png

Just come in the front doors, head up the stairs immediately in front of you, and look for signs to the Culture Club conference room!

I ride public transit, can I come?

Totally! For those of you coming from Caltrain, there's a free public shuttle that goes right to LinkedIn: http://www.caltrain.com/schedules/Shuttles/Shoreline_Shuttle.html

LI also has an official shuttle which technically is employees only, but unofficially it should be fine, too.

Hope to see you there!

A big thank you to LinkedIn for sponsoring us and giving us space and food. :)

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  • Lisa B.

    # coding challenge, in 2 crazy awful unreadable lines

    twitter = raw_input("What is your twitter handle? ")
    print ''.join([x.format(raw_input("What is your name? "), raw_input("How old are you? "), twitter) for x in [["Hi {0}! You are {1} years old", ", and your username is {2} ", ". Rock on. \o/ {2}"][0] + ["Hi {0}! You are {1} years old", ", and your username is {2} ", ". Rock on. \o/ {2}"][1] if twitter else ["Hi {0}! You are {1} years old", ", and your username is {2} ", ". Rock on. \o/ {2}"][0] + ["Hi {0}! You are {1} years old", ", and your username is {2} ", ". Rock on. \o/ {2}"][2]]])

    November 12, 2013

    • Lisa B.

      one line!!! awesome. I get "invalid syntax" tho hmmm

      November 13, 2013

    • Filip

      Pasting here inserted invisible chars. Try this: http://pastebin.com/y...­

      2 · November 13, 2013

  • Rachel S.

    Here's the agenda I'm giving out tonight, if you would like an electronic copy! https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/105439/PyLadies/PyLadies%20November%20Agenda.pdf

    November 12, 2013

  • Vanessa

    It turns out I can't come. I'll try again for the next one.

    November 11, 2013

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