This group is for those interested in career development and technology, including enterprise applications for startups, developers, business owners and more. The prime focus will be on education in these areas and networking to encourage innovation through regular meetups and webinars on topics such as: software development, particularly Python programming, FinTech (financial technology), blockchain, data science, MedTech, startup/founders talk, career tips, project management, open source and more.
The meetup is sponsored by Byte Academy Python, FinTech and Blockchain industry-focused coding school and modeled after its 5300+ member group in New York City. Byte Academy is now accepting applications for its new coding school in Houston ( https://byteacademy.co/houston/ ).
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Join us for this introductory blockchain webinar led by Kenso Trabing, lead Byte Academy instructor and blockchain developer we helped launch Yale University's blockchain initiative. To register, please use link below:
ABOUT: We'll provide an overview of blockchain and digital ledger technology including discussion of items such as decentralization, public v. private blockchains, blockchain platform comparison, use cases, cryptocurrency and more. Other topics may include: smart contracts, protocols (Bitcoin, ethereum, Stellar) and how to get into blockchain development. No technical background is needed for the webinar.
The webinar will be followed by a Q&A. Register below:
Join us for this Learning Bytes webinar in partnership with Interactive Brokers and led by our instructor Greg Smith. In it, we’ll provide an introduction to the Python programming language for data analysis. Due to its analytical capabilities Python is highly popular in the finance and the data science industries.
We'll start with an overview of Python and its packages for data analysis then walk through examples using Excel files to demonstrate basic data manipulation. No technical background is needed for the webinar.
Please use the link below to register: