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Please read Chapters 5 & 6 of Automate the Boring Stuff with Python, 2nd Edition (30-60 minute read each, available to read for free online at https://automatetheboringstuff.com/2e/chapter5/ and https://automatetheboringstuff.com/2e/chapter6/ ) prior to this event. We will be discussing concepts and skills taught in these chapters, as well as sharing progress on independent projects inspired by the reading.
While this session covers programming basics, intermediate and advanced users are also encouraged to attend and share their experience automating real-life tasks with Python. Cis males are welcome to attend as long as they understand and abide by our Code of Conduct (http://www.clepyd.org/overview.html)
See y'all online! You can attend from your computer, tablet, or phone using a browser or Google's Meet app. We recommend attending from your computer, if possible. Agenda and notes available at https://github.com/CLEPyLadies/book-club/blob/master/Automate-the-Boring-Stuff/ch5-6.md