I am giving a follow-up talk at the Hackspace after giving a first Adventures talk in February. The Hackspace has graciously allowed me to cross advertise it here so more Python people can attend.
I will walk through four more adventures in Python I've experienced in the past few weeks. Really useful things can be impemented in 20ish lines of code or less using Python’s extensive library of modules. This meeting's examples include capturing realtime data from a flight simulator, scraping API documentation from a website into a data structure, and creating some experiments in machine learning. You will see how Python is an excellent choice for rapidly and easily bending the will of the computer to do your bidding, rather than the other way around!
More details here: https://www.meetup.com/Meteor-Leicester/events/238948535/
Paul Muston is the Director of an R&D software company specialising in creating prototypes of innovate digital products and services. Python is his weapon of choice when prototype wrangling.