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A group for men, women, and children interested in the Python programming language. Talks, sprints, socials, and other events will eventually fill our calendar, so stay tuned!

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Recent Meetups

  • June 12 · 7:00 PM

    Roi Frenkel: Tensorflow

    45 Pythonistas | 4.50

    Roi Frenkel will lead a session using Google's Tensorflow. Roi Frenkel (B.Sc. in Elec. & Comp. Eng. and B.Sc. In Math from Ben Gurion Uni., IL, both S.C.L.; MSc in ECE... Learn more

  • May 8 · 6:30 PM

    Open Format

    The "Open Mic Night" of Python in Princeton!  Bring your questions, ideas, lightning talks, whatever you want to share.  Or just come to participate in the lively... Learn more

  • April 10 · 6:30 PM

    James Polera: Load testing with Taurus

    12 Pythonistas

    Taurus (http://gettaurus.org/) is an open source Python project from Blazemeter that bills itself as an "Automation-friendly framework for Continuous Testing". Join us... Learn more

  • March 13 · 6:30 PM

    Jude Nelson: Blockstack

    52 Pythonistas | 4.50

    Blockstack is platform written in Python for building decentralized Web applications. The blockchain is utilized to maintain a cross-application identity system,... Learn more

  • February 13 · 6:30 PM

    Code sprint!

    Welcome to PUGIP's first code sprint!  More of a 'sprintlet' since it's squeezed into our regular meeting slot, it should be a fun way to whet our appetite for future... Learn more

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  • Venu Moola founded Python User Group in Princeton

    on March 23

 
Founded Mar 23, 2011

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