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Weekly Office Hours (watch this page for weekly topic annoucnements)

  • Apr 30, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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This week's tech talk: Alex Golec demonstrates two different string parsing methodologies:

1. Parsing input strings into grammatical structure. For instance, take a code string, output an abstract syntax tree.
2. Statistical parsing. For instance, take an english sentence and compute the grammatical structure of the sentence, what it's trying to say, and so on.

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NYC Python Meetup Office Hours (No recruiters, no hiring managers):

Every Tuesday evening, 6:30-10PM at Fancy Hands, 135 Grand Street, 10013 http://fancyhands.com/

Activities:

  • One hour tech talk (45 to 60 minutes). A different speaker and topic each week, not  just Python. To suggest topics, comment on this meetup starting with "TOPIC SUGGESTION". Topic will be announced on the meetup page prior to the event.
  • Resume review, practice interviews, and career discussions/suggestions. A bunch of us are very experienced in these areas, and are more than happy to talk to you about your current skill set, the type of work you'd like to be doing, and ways to progress along your path. A trusted recruiter may be present on certain weeks, to give similar advice. There will be no solicitation of any kind. You must approach the recruiter and state that you want their assistance finding a job. S/he won't solicit you.
  • Random geeky fun: Bring your code and/or questions about any geeky topic, and there will most certainly be someone present who can help. To give us a heads-up that you're coming and need help in a particular area, comment here starting with "NEED HELP WITH X", for example: "NEED HELP WITH NGINX", "NEED HELP WITH DJANGO". The caps help me scrape this page automatically and send it to select people.

Note:

  • Hiring managers and recruiters are not allowed. Non-developer solicitors are not allowed. People attending to advertise their business is strictly prohibited. This event is only for developers. If however you are willing to hire (contract or employee status) a person new to the tech workforce (not for free, not an internship, for reasonable pay based on their experience and ability to learn) email me (strangest at comcast dot net) with a description of the skills you need. You'll  be placed on the list of resume recipients. The subject should read "HIRING JUNIOR DEV". Resumes are never distributed without the prior consent of the developer.

Follow our twitter feed for updates: @NYCPythonMeetup . If Office Hours are full, we will make an effort to tweet this fact, so you can hang out nearby and pop in a bit later. The goal is to allow people to wander in and out, unlike a regular Meetup. If you get involved in conversation and it's crowded, feel free to take it to a local drinking establishment (we'll tweet your location so others can join you), and make room for people showing up for help.


Profuse thank-yous go to  Jon Banafato of Fancy Hands ([masked]) for loaning us this space, and providing a small bit of pizza and beer during these events.

Thank you, and see you Tuesday night!
Gloria

 

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  • Gloria W

    I had fun, but I am a bit worried about the recurring theme of Julian getting kidnapped, and if it's a portent or not.

    Julian...? Did you make it home ok? :)

    May 2, 2013

  • Tom

    A lot of material covered at a high level in a short time, but with interactive examples; very useful references for us to look up on our own.

    May 1, 2013

  • Srini

    Awesome.

    April 30, 2013

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