What we're about

This group is a regular gathering of Python users and developers in the Canberra area. We discuss Python and related open source technologies. It is a networking forum for meeting other locals interested in Python and exchanging news and ideas.

Canberra Python community chat: slack invitation link (https://join.slack.com/t/canberrapug/shared_invite/zt-50v7p9g3-PnlGqMFr2LumH_dNizyWfg)

If you do any kind of Python development, or have done, join the group! We'll keep you posted about our regular meetups. PyLadies (or potential pyladies) are particularly welcome to come and connect to the community.

If you'd like to give a talk at the next meetup, please ping Jonah, Elena or Zac on the slack: https://join.slack.com/t/canberrapug/shared_invite/zt-50v7p9g3-PnlGqMFr2LumH_dNizyWfg

CPUG is Proudly Sponsored By:

Reposit Power: https://repositpower.com/

Python Charmers: https://pythoncharmers.com/

ANU: https://www.anu.edu.au/

We're grateful to our sponsors for helping to keep our group welcoming!

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Upcoming events (1)

May sprint / hack night

Hanna Neumann Building, Seminar Room 1.33

The CPUG sprints continue! -- BYO LAPTOP.

We have a slack with a dedicated hacking channel: https://canberrapug.slack.com Inspired by the "sprints" at Python conferences, we've decided to host an evening of open source.

It will be a relaxed time for the Canberra Python community to work on open source projects, try out new libraries or share our love of old ones, and generally hang out while using Python as well as talking about it.

Pythonistas of all experience levels are welcome! Please bring a laptop, and an idea for a Python project you would like to work on or topic to learn about.

CPUG - thanks to ANU - will provide tables, chairs, and a few power points. Unfortunately if you don't have access to ANU or eduroam wifi you will need to BYO hotspot.

We especially and specifically welcome PyLadies and Hacker-Chix. We'll have a table dedicated to prioritising talking tech with people who participate in these kinds of communities (or new people who would like to!).

Pizza and drinks provided.

If you would like to deliver a presentation at a future event please fill in this form or leave a comment below and we'll get back to you: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdS7IzbZ0kqOgpNp9L1UPYYuJkWJy_W4DfYqEPUM16EV2IxVA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Past events (76)

Python Core Development 101 (and why I think they should use Hypothesis)

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