The focus will be working through these exercises:
Feel free to bring a python project you're working on if you've already completed all the exercises in LPTHW.
Here are two ways you can come prepared so that in the event of a wifi fiasco, you can still learn python.
1) Download the text editor before you come. Any one of these would work:
2) Download the pdf of this tutorial which is similar to LPTHW, plus the code companion files:
LAST BUT NOT LEAST: Generate tweets that we can play with! Tinkering with the Twitter API is always fun. Tweet one or more answers to the following question: "What is one thing you're looking forward to this weekend?"
and use #NYCPythonMeetup
Go Team Python!
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I think is an excellent group with a lot of potential to learn.Thank you Emily for make it happen!
1 · May 12, 2013
Guys, I am here in the back by the bathroom, have a electric multiplexer if anybody needs to plugin,, cheers, gw.
0 · May 11, 2013
This is my first with the group. What should I bring?
0 · May 10, 2013
Hi Jose! The only necessity is your laptop and a charger doesn't hurt. Come to work on LPTHW or bring your own project if you like. Look forward to meeting you!
Thank you Emily, I'll happy to be there!
Sorry I dont own a laptop (yet) can I still participate?
0 · May 9, 2013
I don't see why not.
One option is to print out http://learnpythonthe... or the pdf in https://www.dropbox.co... and ask questions related to that content.
Larry,Do you still need a laptop?. I have a spare one that I can take to the session.
Yeah a laptop helps loads, I don't know any pen and paper exercises for python . Algorithms maybe.
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0 · May 5, 2013
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