• Presentation Night @ BuzzFeed (PPN #68)
    Volunteer to speak, host, or greet at this or future meetups. Sign up here: Volunteer Form (http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer) • Host: Eli Smith • Greeter: Ryan Shaughnessy Agenda 6:45p - 7:00p - Doors open 7:00p - Food and general merriment 7:30p - Agenda - SciPy 2018 Highlights - Brian Kreeger - Doctored Classes (How I Learned to Stop Using namedtuple and Love Data Classes) - Ben Demaree - Intro to the Robot operating system - Theo Kanning Presentation night talks by our dedicated and enthusiastic members. Talks are typically 5-20 minutes long and Python-focused. Speakers wanted (http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer) 9:00p - Wrap up and Disperse Donate Donate to PyMNtos via the Python Software Foundation (https://psfmember.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=10) - $5 minimum Donations are done via the Python Software Foundation which is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. PyMNtos receives 100% of all donations as the PSF covers all transaction fees associated with making an online donation. Parking: You are welcome to park in the parking lot on the North side of the building. There's also street parking available. Overall, parking is limited so we recommend carpooling or using public transit.

    BuzzFeed

    945 Broadways St. NE · Minneapolis, MN

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  • Presentation Night @ Agosto (PPN #67)
    Volunteers to speak, host, and greet needed for future meetups. Sign up here: Volunteer Form (http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer) • Meeting Host - PJ Farrell • Greeter - TBA Agenda 6:45p - 7:00p - Doors open 7:00p - Food generously provided by Agosto. General merriment. 7:30p - Presentations Presentation night, talks by our dedicated and enthusiastic members. Talks should be from 5-20 minutes long and be Python-related. Please volunteer using the form above. • CSP in Test Security with OR-Tools - Benjamin Sorensen • Teaching CircuitPython with Code Kitty - Dylan Miracle • OpenPyCL and Minnesota Winter 2019 Developers and Data Scientists Retreat - Dan Grigsby • Clojure for Pythonistas - Nick Bauman 9:00p - Wrap up and Disperse Donate Donate to PyMNtos via the Python Software Foundation (https://psfmember.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=10) - $5 minimum Donations are done via the Python Software Foundation which is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. Parking If you are driving, there is the guest parking lot on the north side of the building at 5th St and 5th Ave. If you choose to park here, you must sign in with the security guard at the main entrance on the north side of the building to avoid being towed. There is also ample street parking around the building. Light Rail The Target Field Station & Platform 1 is located right across the street from the Ford Center building in which Agosto is located. Both the Blue and Green trains service this station. Location Notes You need to enter the building on the north side (opposite of the rail tracks). Follow the signs to the elevators and take it to the 4th floor. The doors on the south side of the building will be locked by the time our meetup starts. Also, a friendly reminder that the doors do not open until 6:45p. Below is a view of the main entrance on the north side of the building. Target Field is in the background on the right.

    Agosto

    420 5th St N #400 · Minneapolis, MN

    6 comments
  • Presentation Night @ Bright Hat (PPN #66)
    Volunteer to speak, host, or greet at this or future meetups. Sign up here: Volunteer Form (http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer) Our meetings only happen because of our fabulous community volunteers! • Meeting Host: Maggie Mahan • Greeter (upstairs): Tenzin Sishe • Greeter (downstairs): Mark Poston Agenda • 6:45p - 7:00p - Doors open • 7:00p - Food & General Merriment. Pizza generously provided by Bright Hat. • 7:30p - Talks Presentation night talks by our dedicated and enthusiastic members. Talks are typically 5-20 minutes long and Python-focused. • Jessica Schalz - There’s a Snake in my Container: How to Build a Web App Prototype with Python, Flask, and Docker • Ben Demaree - Getting Started with GraphQL in Python • Chandra Penke - PyTaxes Repos: https://github.com/ncpenke/pytaxes https://github.com/ncpenke/pytaxes_forms/tree/master/pytaxes_forms/y2018 • You? Volunteer using the links above. 9:00p - Wrap up and Disperse Donate Donate to PyMNtos via the Python Software Foundation (https://psfmember.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=10) - $5 minimum Donations are done via the Python Software Foundation which is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. PyMNtos receives 100% of all donations as the PSF covers all transaction fees associated with making an online donation. Parking: RBC Plaza lot is on 5th Street between Marquette Ave and Nicollet Ave. It is right across the street from the lightrail station. $6 valet after 4pm. Gavidae Commons lot is directly across 6th Street from the RBC Plaza main entrance, maybe 50 feet southeast (i.e., downstream of the one-way traffic) of the skyway passing over 6th Street. $6 self-park after 4pm (credit card only). Take skyway to RBC Plaza.

    Bright Hat

    RBC Plaza Suite 2800 60 South 6th St · Minneapolis, mn

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  • Presentation Night @ BuzzFeed (PPN #65)
    Volunteer to speak, host, or greet at this or future meetups. Sign up here: Volunteer Form (http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer) • Host: Steve Lindblad • Greeter: Mark Poston Agenda 6:45p - 7:00p - Doors open 7:00p - Food and general merriment 7:30p - Agenda Presentation night talks by our dedicated and enthusiastic members. Talks are typically 5-20 minutes long and Python-focused. Kevin Schiroo - Keeping code beautiful: Python tools for maintaining high quality code. Nicholas Drozd - I Found a Python Interpreter Bug Shahid Islam - Using ARIMA Model to Forecast Time Series in Python Owen Murray - Geopandas 9:00p - Wrap up and Disperse Donate Donate to PyMNtos via the Python Software Foundation (https://psfmember.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=10) - $5 minimum Donations are done via the Python Software Foundation which is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. PyMNtos receives 100% of all donations as the PSF covers all transaction fees associated with making an online donation. Parking: You are welcome to park in the parking lot on the North side of the building. There's also street parking available. Overall, parking is limited so we recommend carpooling or using public transit.

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    BuzzFeed

    945 Broadways St. NE · Minneapolis, MN

    3 comments
  • No August Presentation Night - Summer Break!
    PyMNtos is taking its annual Summer Break! We resume Thursday, September 13, 2018 at BuzzFeed.

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  • Presentation Night @ Agosto (PPN #64)
    Volunteers to speak, host, and greet needed for future meetups. Sign up here: Volunteer Form (http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer) • Meeting Host - E1i Smith • Greeter - Farzana Hanif Agenda 6:45p - 7:00p - Doors open 7:00p - Food generously provided by Agosto. Beverages by Oggi Professional Services. General merriment. 7:30p - Presentations Presentation night, talks by our dedicated and enthusiastic members. Talks should be from 5-20 minutes long and be Python-related. Please volunteer using the form above. • Refreshing Your Linear Algebra Knowledge with NumPy - Steve Lindblad • Solving Geophysics Problems With Python - Chris Novitsky • Making Pylint Faster - Nicholas Drozd • Can you speak? We need speakers! Please volunteer! http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer 9:00p - Wrap up and Disperse Donate Donate to PyMNtos via the Python Software Foundation (https://psfmember.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=10) - $5 minimum Donations are done via the Python Software Foundation which is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. PyMNtos receives 100% of all donations as the PSF covers all transaction fees associated with making an online donation. Parking If you are driving, there is the guest parking lot on the north side of the building at 5th St and 5th Ave. If you choose to park here, you must sign in with the security guard at the main entrance on the north side of the building to avoid being towed. There is also ample street parking around the building. Light Rail The Target Field Station & Platform 1 is located right across the street from the Ford Center building in which Agosto is located. Both the Blue and Green trains service this station. Location Notes You need to enter the building on the north side (opposite of the rail tracks). Follow the signs to the elevators and take it to the 4th floor. The doors on the south side of the building will be locked by the time our meetup starts. Also, a friendly reminder that the doors do not open until 6:45p. Below is a view of the main entrance on the north side of the building. Target Field is in the background on the right.

    Agosto

    420 5th St N #400 · Minneapolis, MN

    3 comments
  • Presentation Night @ The Nerdery (PPN #63)
    DATA SCIENCE AT CH ROBINSON • Host: Brian Kreeger • Greeter: Doug Kvamme Agenda 6:45p - 7:00p - Doors open 7:00p - Food and general merriment 7:30p - Agenda Data Scientists Mark Albrecht and Sean Garborg from CH Robinson will present on how Python fits into the CHRW ecosystem. 9:00p - Wrap up and Disperse Donate Donate to PyMNtos via the Python Software Foundation (https://psfmember.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=10) - $5 minimum Donations are done via the Python Software Foundation which is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. PyMNtos receives 100% of all donations as the PSF covers all transaction fees associated with making an online donation. Parking: Forthcoming.

    The Nerdery

    9401 James Ave S · Bloomington, MN

    5 comments
  • Presentation Night @ BuzzFeed (PPN #62)
    Volunteer to speak, host, or greet at this or future meetups. Sign up here: Volunteer Form (http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer) • Host: PJ Farrell • Greeter: Thomas Schluender Agenda 6:45p - 7:00p - Doors open 7:00p - Food and general merriment 7:30p - Agenda Presentation night talks by our dedicated and enthusiastic members. Talks are typically 5-20 minutes long and Python-focused. Ryan Brown: JupyterHub for Pythonic Reporting and Self-Service BI Mark Poston: Using Python to Learn a Language Matt Mills: Visualizing Atoms with Python and Blender 9:00p - Wrap up and Disperse Donate Donate to PyMNtos via the Python Software Foundation (https://psfmember.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=10) - $5 minimum Donations are done via the Python Software Foundation which is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. PyMNtos receives 100% of all donations as the PSF covers all transaction fees associated with making an online donation. Parking: You are welcome to park in the parking lot on the North side of the building. There's also street parking available. Overall, parking is limited so we recommend carpooling or using public transit.

    BuzzFeed

    945 Broadways St. NE · Minneapolis, MN

    14 comments
  • Presentation Night @ Agosto (PPN #61)
    Volunteers to speak, host, and greet needed for future meetups. Sign up here: Volunteer Form (http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer) • Meeting Host - Brian Kreeger • Greeter - TBA Agenda David Xu: Unwrap the wrapped, decorate the decorated: crash course on decorators Mark Pekala: Pathfinding in Python Aaron Hanson: HTML5 Live Streaming With GStreamer 6:45p - 7:00p - Doors open 7:00p - Food and general merriment. Sponsorship opportunities for PyMNtos are available. 7:30p - Presentations • Presentation night, talks by our dedicated and enthusiastic members. Talks should be from 5-20 minutes long and be Python-related. Please volunteer using the form above. • You? We need speakers! Go here to volunteer! http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer 9:00p - Wrap up and Disperse Donate Donate to PyMNtos via the Python Software Foundation (https://psfmember.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=10) - $5 minimum Donations are done via the Python Software Foundation which is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. PyMNtos receives 100% of all donations as the PSF covers all transaction fees associated with making an online donation. PARKING: If you are driving, there is the guest parking lot on the north side of the building at 5th St and 5th Ave. If you choose to park here, you must sign in with the security guard at the main entrance on the north side of the building to avoid being towed. There is also ample street parking around the building. LIGHT RAIL: The Target Field Station & Platform 1 is located right across the street from the Ford Center building in which Agosto is located. Both the Blue and Green trains service this station. LOCATION NOTES: You need to enter the building on the north side (opposite of the rail tracks). Follow the signs to the elevators and take it to the 4th floor. The doors on the south side of the building will be locked by the time our meetup starts. Also, a friendly reminder that the doors do not open until 6:45p. Below is a view of the main entrance on the north side of the building. Target Field is in the background on the right.

    Agosto

    420 5th St N #400 · Minneapolis, MN

    8 comments
  • Presentation Night @ Bright Hat (PPN #60) (New Location)
    We're set for speakers for this meetup, but can probably accommodate last minute requests to speak if desired. We're always interested in speakers and greeters for future meetups. Talks at all skill levels are welcome. Length can be anything from a lightning talk (5 minutes) to a more in depth presentation (20-30 minutes) or live demo a Python package. Sign up here: Volunteer Form (http://tinyurl.com/pymntosvolunteer) Our meetings only happen because our fabulous community volunteers. • Meeting Host: Steve Lindblad • Greeter: Larry Lade • 7:00p - Food & General Merriment. Pizza generously provided by Bright Hat. • 7:30p - Talks Jean-Marie Bertoncelli - How to Connect Spark to Jupyter Notebooks Kevin Schiroo - Mapping Metro Transit: Making a real-time transit wall map Ben Demaree - Introducing Dramatiq: Simple task processing for Python • And you! Volunteer using the links above. Parking: RBC Plaza lot is on 5th Street between Marquette Ave and Nicollet Ave. It is right across the street from the lightrail station. $6 valet after 4pm. Gavidae Commons lot is directly across 6th Street from the RBC Plaza main entrance, maybe 50 feet southeast (i.e., downstream of the one-way traffic) of the skyway passing over 6th Street. $6 self-park after 4pm. Take skyway to RBC Plaza. *As this is our first meetup at this event, please let the committee know of any parking updates.

    Bright Hat

    RBC Plaza Suite 2800 60 South 6th St · Minneapolis, mn

    3 comments