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This is a volunteer driven user group for Python developers at all levels. We meet regularly to hear about new and old things within the Python ecosystem. Our meetings normally have a talk that lasts about an hour, followed by discussion. The discussion often takes place in a bar or restaurant near the meetup.

All topics related to Python are very welcome. We have had talks about exciting Python libraries, about new developments in the Python language itself, and about interesting use-cases for Python. Please contact the group organizers if you have a topic you think could be interesting for the group. Maybe you can present it yourself, or maybe we can find some other member who can.

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Welcome, Pythoneers!

  • April 6 · 7:00 PM

    Extending Python with Rust

    37 Pythoneers

    Martin Geisler will be presenting a talk about Rust: Rust ( is an exciting new high-level programming language in the same category as C and C... Learn more
  • March 2 · 7:00 PM

    Writing command-line tools

    69 Pythoneers

    This talk will provide a review of what the Python ecosystem provides in order to make it easier to write command-line tools: we'll be looking at established patterns,... Learn more
  • February 2 · 7:00 PM

    Unittests and Mocks

    28 Pythoneers

    Alexandru will give an introduction to Python's unittest.mock library used for unit tests, then show some examples showcasing things to watch out for.
  • January 5 · 7:00 PM

    What's New in Python 3.6

    52 Pythoneers

    Python 3.6 has been released on December 23rd 2016, which seems almost like a Christmas present. I had lots of fun studying it over the break and feel honored to present... Learn more
  • Dec 8, 2016 · 7:00 PM

    Asynchronous I/O

    51 Pythoneers

    Python 3.4 introduced a new package in the standard library: asyncio. The package and the associated PEP gives Python a standardized way to do asynchronous I/O. Unlike... Learn more
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  • Uche Mennel founded Zurich Python User Group

    on June 21

Founded Jun 21, 2010

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    Sponsoring meeting rooms at the ETH.

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    Hosts events at their office, providing also food and drinks.


    Meeting rooms at ETH Zurich

  • Martin Geisler

    Paying the yearly fee.

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