This is the first meetup for the Pyladies Munich in a long time. We are super happy to reactivate the Meetup group and it would be awesome if you can join us. We need your support, so bring your friends with you.
• IMPORTANT: PyCONDE & PyData Berlin ticket will be raffled (Ticket price: €400)
During the meetup, we will raffle a ticket for this amazing conference - the PyCONDE & PyData Berlin Conference. One of the most important conferences about Python in Europe. To check more about the conference: https://de.pycon.org/
Come to the meetup and you may earn a ticket for this great conference!
This ticket can only be assigned to the person who is present at the conference and cannot be sold to another person.
• Attendee Policy:
We believe knowledge is for everybody and at the same time, our events aim primarily to the engagement, education, and empowerment of women who are passionate about technology. We request non-female attendees to be aware of this situation and bring a female friend with you (or try it) to ensure gender balance.
• Place: the meeting will be hosted by the JetBrains Event Space.
18:30 Doors open, snacks, drinks
19:00 Pyladies Munich Presentation
We would like to present ourselves and share a little bit about the New Chapter of the Pyladies Munich.
19:10 Franziska Schropp, from Alexander Thamm GmbH
In this talk, you will see the world of Python through the eyes of a beginner. Are you in my shoes and just jumped into the world of programming? Are you teaching other curious youngsters (or oldsters) programming or just want to look back on your first contact with a programming language? In this talk, I will share my own experience learning Python from scratch up to (more or less) successfully tackling an actual real-world problem.
19:30 Break (10 min)
19:40 Auke Willem Oosterhoff, Senior Python Engineer and an Open Source Maintainer from The Mobility House
Auke will talk about dataclasses package. Why are dataclasses important and how are they different from common classes?
Using code samples Auke will explain the API of the dataclasses package, compare the package other options and show use cases for the dataclass. The cool thing is that the package was added to Python's stdlib in version 3.7 can be used to create classes without boilerplate.
20:00: Drinks & Networking