• GraphHack 2018: Neo4j Buzzword Bingo Hackathon
    REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/graphhack2018 This event is in partnership with our friends at: Neo4j NYC https://www.meetup.com/nycneo4j/ React NYC https://www.meetup.com/ReactNYC/ WiMLDS NYC https://www.meetup.com/NYC-Women-in-Machine-Learning-Data-Science/ PyLadies NYC https://www.meetup.com/NYC-PyLadies/ Kubernetes NYC https://www.meetup.com/New-York-Kubernetes-Meetup/ Google Developers BX https://www.meetup.com/GDG-Bronx GraphQL NYC https://www.meetup.com/GraphQL-NYC/ 500 Tech https://500tech.com/ Byte Academy https://byteacademy.co/ Neo4j https://neo4j.com/ Stack Overflow https://stackoverflow.com/ Join other graph hackers for a fun day of building applications featuring Neo4j's great integrations with popular technologies (aka Buzzwords)! **Agenda:** Workshop (Optional): 9am-10am (includes breakfast) GraphHack: 10:00am-3:00pm (includes lunch) 10:00-10:30 - teams form 10:30-11:00 - presentation / kickoff 11:00-3:00 - hacking Presentations: 3:00pm-4:00pm GraphHack cocktail hour: 4:00pm This year we thought it would be fun to highlight many of the useful Neo4j integrations with other technologies in a “Buzzword BINGO” format. This means that teams will be building applications using Neo4j and other technologies listed on their BINGO cards. (see pic) . Each team must make a BINGO (four in row vertically, horizontally, or diagonally) for a valid hackathon submission. Not currently a graph hacker, or want to learn more? Come early (9am-10am) for a hands on workshop covering an intro to Neo4j and an overview of many of our popular "buzzwords" - also known as technology integrations that make building applications with Neo4j easier :-) You'll need to bring a laptop that can be used for development and have Neo4j installed. **Steps:** 0. (optional) Intro workshop. Come to the 1 hour intro to Neo4j workshop. 1. Choose your team. > Have a team already? Register your team in advance here https://hackdash.org/dashboards/graphbuzz . Don't have a team? Don't worry! We'll be forming teams onsite. Bring an idea for a cool project and find others who want to hack on it with you. Don't have an idea? Watch others pitch ideas and find a fun project you want to work on 2. Choose your bingo card. Find a BINGO option of neo4j buzzwords. Your submission must make a BINGO using the buzzwords on the card. 3. Present! Present your graph hack. 4. Win! Our esteemed panel of judges will be awarding team prizes. **Rules:** You must join a team . (it's OK to come alone, meet new friends, etc) You must present at the end of the day for a chance to win Please include a slide or diagram that shows the different “Buzzwords”(integrations) your team used A valid submission should use a combination of technologies listed on their bingo card that make a bingo (4 in a row vertically, horizontally, or diagonally) You must register your team on the HackDash board https://hackdash.org/dashboards/graphbuzz so we can keep track of your team Please include the buzzwords used on HackDash (this card is only an example) **Prizes** Airpods Echo Show Nest Camera BB8 Droid Drones Google Home Echo Dot And more! **Categories** Most complete application Best use of cypher Most buzzwords used Best complete application **FAQ** > Any prerequisites needed for the event? You will need a laptop and power cord. Ideal that you have Neo4j installed. https://neo4j.com/download/ If not familiar with Neo4j, its suggested that you attend the 9am workshop. To download Neo4j: neo4j.com/download or check out neo4jsandbox.com for free hosted neo4j suitable for development > I don't know anyone... can I come alone? Yes! Plenty of people come alone, meet new friends, and form a team on-site! If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to ask in the comments!

    Stack Exchange

    110 William Street, 28th Floor New York, NY 10038 · New York, NY

  • Intro to Web Scraping With Python
    Learn the basics of web scraping with python's Beautiful Soup library. We will discuss what web scraping is and some interesting use cases before diving into some practice exercises. LOCATION: 620 8th Ave, New York, NY 10018 Enter on the 41st street entrance, next to Wolfgangs, go up to the guard desk in order to sign in, and then proceed go to the 15th floor conference center OUR MISSION: http://www.pyladies.com CODE OF CONDUCT (CoC): All attendees are expected to abide by the PyLadies CoC: http://www.pyladies.com/CodeOfConduct/ INFO: This event is for women and gender minorities in tech. Men who ardently support women in tech are also welcome. Ardent supporters are defined as those who are dedicated to the participation, education and advancement of women in tech, are familiar with our Mission and Code of Conduct, agree to participate in our events and create a collaborative and welcoming environment for all. WHAT TO BRING: Bring your laptop and a government-issued ID for getting into the building. PREREQUISITES: Before we meet, please install the following python libraries: - Requests (http://docs.python-requests.org/en/master/user/install/) - beautifulsoup4 (https://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup/bs4/doc/#installing-beautiful-soup) (Note: The easiest way to install them will be through pipenv or pip.) You will need access to the command line and python shell on your laptop.

    620 8th Ave, New York, NY 10018

    620 8th Ave, New York, NY 10018 · New York, Ne

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  • Big Data Analysis Using Spark (@Adaptive Management)
    OUR MISSION: http://www.pyladies.com CODE OF CONDUCT (CoC): All attendees are expected to abide by the PyLadies CoC: http://www.pyladies.com/CodeOfConduct/ INFO: This event is for women and gender minorities in tech. Men who ardently support women in tech are also welcome. Ardent supporters are defined as those who are dedicated to the participation, education and advancement of women in tech, are familiar with our Mission and Code of Conduct, agree to participate in our events and create a collaborative and welcoming environment for all. AGENDA: 6:30 - 6:45 PM: Mingling and setting up 6:45 - 7:00 PM: Intros 7:00 - 8:00 PM: Tutorial by Kevin Thompson (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-thompson-a462b56/) 8:00 - 8:30 PM: Networking DESCRIPTION: Kevin will go through a tutorial and do some queries over a sample data set. Before the tutorial, he will give a talk about the architecture of Spark and Hadoop and related big data tools. NOTE: Bring your laptop. ABOUT OUR HOST: Adaptive Management is SaaS company building a unified ecosystem for leveraging data. Our cloud-based platform, DataMonster™, enables companies to interface with thousands of data providers to quickly find answers from data. Our team is comprised of former financial investors, NSA cryptology and applied mathematics experts, and Silicon Valley software veterans. We’re tackling some pretty interesting problems around data analysis, data visualization, big data processing, machine learning and statistical prediction.

    Adaptive Management

    246 Fifth Ave · New York, ny

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  • Ladies Python Study Group
    OUR MISSION: http://www.pyladies.com CODE OF CONDUCT (CoC): All attendees are expected to abide by the PyLadies CoC: http://www.pyladies.com/CodeOfConduct/ INFO: This event is for women in tech. Men who ardently support women in tech are also welcome. Ardent supporters are defined as those who are dedicated to the participation, education and advancement of women in tech, are familiar with our Mission and Code of Conduct, and agree to participate in our events and create a collaborative and welcoming environment for all. AGENDA: 6:30 - 6:45 PM: Mingling and setting up 6:45 - 8:30 PM: Open work python session DESCRIPTION: Looking for a mentor or mentee? Hoping to meet other women Pythoners? Learning the basics, studying algorithms, or reading computer science research? Come to the PyLadies Python Study Group! Make yourself at home and study in style. Questions are encouraged as much as answers are. NOTE: Bring your laptop.

    BounceX

    620 8th Ave, NY NY · New York, NY

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  • PyGotham Talk Proposal Brainstorming Night
    Full names according to a government-issued ID is required. Please fill out this form and bring a government-issued ID for entrance into the building: https://bit.ly/2HKaD5w -- Have you ever wanted to submit a conference proposal but didn't know where to start? Join NYC PyLadies for an evening of proposal brainstorming! PyGotham is NYC's very own annual Python conference and is a great place for both first time and veteran speakers. The goal is to get you thinking about potential talk topics and how to construct a proposal that will make the organizers sing with joy! The first part of the evening will be a discussion about what makes a good proposal and how to brainstorm one. The second part of the evening, we'll break into small groups and draft up our very own proposals, with a little time at the end for sharing our proposals with the group. Submit your talks here: https://www.papercall.io/pygotham-2018 See the following links for some excellent advice on the subject: - Jesse Davis's blog post, "Write an Excellent Programming Blog" https://emptysqua.re/blog/write-an-excellent-programming-blog/ - The video of his talk based on this article http://pyvideo.org/pycon-us-2016/a-jesse-jiryu-davis-write-an-excellent-programming-blog-pycon-2016.html - Hynek Schlawack's blog post, "On Conference Speaking" https://hynek.me/articles/speaking/ Many thanks to Spotify for providing a venue and refreshments for this event! Doors: 6:30 PM Starts: 7:00 PM Ends: 9:00 PM

    Spotify

    45 W 18th Street, Floor 3 · New York, ny

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  • Sprint Night: Warehouse (Co-Hosted with NYC Python!)
    Join PyLadies and NYC Python for our second Sprint Night! At each Sprint Night, we'll pick one or more open source projects and attendees will all work to improve the software in the Python ecosystem! This evening, we will work on Warehouse, the next generation Python Package Index! Warehouse is the official third-party software repository for Python, and is the source of packages that developers `pip install`. Even if you have not participated in an open source project before, you are still welcome to attend! Sumana Harihareswara and Laura Hampton from the Warehouse project will be present to help everyone out! What to expect --------------------- Welcome people of all skill levels - whether you're an open source beginner or a github guru, you'll definitely be able to contribute. You can work individually or in groups, however you feel comfortable. In addition to contributors to the project, others familiar with the GitHub workflow will be available to help guide you in making a contribution. What to bring --------------------- - A laptop - A government-issued identification card To be extra-prepared: - Make sure you have `git` installed!

    Microsoft Technology Center

    11 Times Square · New York, NY

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  • Ladies Python Career Study Night
    • What we'll do We're partnering with Clutch Talent for a Ladies Python-specific technical interview study night. Get together with fellow engineers and work on your Python interview prep! This event is open to software engineers / developers of all levels. You'll primarily work together to prep for the technical portions of interviews (whiteboarding, data structures/algos, pair programming, and cultural/behavioral interview questions). • About the facilitator Clutch Talent (http://www.clutchtalent.com/) is a boutique recruitment firm specializing in software engineering careers. They offer targeted introductions and interview support for top technologists with innovative, leading and emerging tech companies. • We'll provide Whiteboard + plenty of scrap paper Copy of Cracking the Code Interview 6th Edition to use Practice data structures/algorithms and whiteboarding problems with answers • Important to know All attendees are expected to abide by the PyLadies Code of Conduct. Code of Conduct: http://www.pyladies.com/CodeOfConduct/ Mission: http://www.pyladies.com INFO: This event is for women in tech. Men who ardently support women in tech are also welcome. Ardent supporters are defined as those who are dedicated to the participation, education and advancement of women in tech, are familiar with our Mission and Code of Conduct, and agree to participate in our events and create a collaborative and welcoming environment for all.

    Clutch Talent

    36 East 23rd Street, 9F · New York, ny

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  • Ladies Python Study Group
    • What we'll do All attendees are expected to abide by the PyLadies Code of Conduct. Code of Conduct: http://www.pyladies.com/CodeOfConduct/ Mission: http://www.pyladies.com INFO: This event is for women in tech. Men who ardently support women in tech are also welcome. Ardent supporters are defined as those who are dedicated to the participation, education and advancement of women in tech, are familiar with our Mission and Code of Conduct, and agree to participate in our events and create a collaborative and welcoming environment for all. Event agenda: 6:30 - 6:45 PM: Mingling and setting up 6:45 - 8:30 PM: Open work python session Description: Looking for a mentor or mentee? Hoping to meet other women Pythoners? Learning the basics, studying algorithms, or reading computer science research? Come to the first PyLadies Python Study Group! Make yourself at home and study in style. Questions are encouraged as much as answers are. About the facilitator: Jac is a junior Python Dev. Other areas of expertise: bread, coffee, women’s tech meetups. Ask her anything always. https://www.linkedin.com/in/jncmaguire/ • What to bring laptop BYOD (bring your own dinner) • Important to know

    Meetup HQ

    632 Broadway (between Bleecker and Houston) · New York, NY

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  • Computational Approaches to Fight Human Trafficking (Hands-On Workshop)
    Note: This event is being co-hosted with Spatiotemporal Analysis for Community Health and Safety: https://www.meetup.com/preview/spatiotemporal-analysis-for-community-health-and-safety • What we'll do 12:30 Overview 12:35 Talks (See Below) 13:05 Group Activity: Test Hypotheses using Tools in Python 1. Zabyelina "International Framework for Action against Human Trafficking" 2. Schles "Combating Human Trafficking with Data" 3. Shoydokova "Understanding Human Trafficking Trends from News Media and Court Cases" Yuliya Zabyelina is an Assistant Professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, specializing in organized crime. https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuliya-zabyelina-0702a6ab/ Eric Schles is a Data Scientist at Elucd and Researcher at NYU, previously with the Manhattan DA's Human Trafficking Response Unit. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericschles/ Aida Shoydokova is a Data Scientist at American Express, mining social media and websites to track fraud. https://www.linkedin.com/in/aida-shoydokova-21aa8412/ • What to bring Bring your laptop and charger. • Important to know Python should be installed. Should have a GitHub account.

    Civic Hall

    118 W 22nd Street · New York, NY

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  • Panel Discussion to Prepare Proposals for PyCon
    • What we'll do If you're interested in submitting a CFP (Call for Proposal) to PyCon 2018 (https://us.pycon.org/2018/) or any other conference, join us in this panel discussion to learn more about how to prepare and submit CFPs. Come ready with your questions... • What to bring paper, pen

    Microsoft Technology Center

    11 Times Square · New York, NY