• PyWeb-IL #90: WebRTC and simulations

    Online event

    Hi! This is PyWeb-IL's regular monthly meetup. As usual, we'll have talks given by group members on topics such as Python, web development, Django, databases, JavaScript, and other related (and sometimes not so related) topics.

    All the talks would be given in Hebrew.

    Agenda:

    • Mingling (5 mins)

    • Miki Tebeka: Simulations for the Mathematically Challenged (40 mins)

    • Benny Daon: WebRTC - Real time communications for the web (30 mins)

    This meetup will be held on Zoom. The link will be shared at least one hour before the meetup starts.

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  • PyWeb-IL #89: Timezones, Cython and Android

    Online event

    Hi! This is PyWeb-IL's regular monthly meetup. As usual, we'll have talks given by group members on topics such as Python, web development, Django, databases, JavaScript, and other related (and sometimes not so related) topics.

    Agenda:

    • Mingling (5 mins)

    • Miroslav Šedivý: A Day Has Only 24±1 Hours (30 mins, English)

    • Aur Saraf: Using Cython to run a C++ synth with a Kivy frontend on Android (45 mins, Hebrew)

    This meetup will be held on Zoom. The link will be shared at least one hour before the meetup starts.

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  • PyWeb-IL #88: Django 3 and C API

    Online event

    Hi! This is PyWeb-IL's regular monthly meetup. As usual, we'll have talks given by group members on topics such as Python, web development, Django, databases, JavaScript, and other related (and sometimes not so related) topics.

    All the talks will be given in Hebrew.

    Agenda:

    • Mingling (5 mins)

    • Shai Berger: The design and development of Choices in Django 3.0 (30 mins)

    • Ram Rachum: GridRoyale, a life simulation for exploring social dynamics (10 mins lightning talk)

    • Miki Tebeka: Embedding & Calling Python with 0 Serialization and ε Memory (40 min)

    This meetup will be held on Zoom. The link will be shared an hour before the meetup starts.

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  • PyWeb-IL #87

    Online event

    Hi! This is PyWeb-IL's regular monthly meetup. As usual, we'll have talks given by group members on topics such as Python, web development, Django, databases, JavaScript, and other related (and sometimes not so related) topics.

    All the talks will be given in Hebrew.

    Agenda:

    • Mingling (5 mins)

    • Tal Shahaf: How WhatsApp Works (45 mins)

    • Miki Tebeka: A Python quiz (30 mins)

    This meetup will be held on Zoom. The link will be shared an hour before the meetup starts.

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  • PyWeb-IL #86: Bauhaus and class optimization

    Online event

    Hi! This is PyWeb-IL's regular monthly meetup. As usual, we'll have talks given by group members on topics such as Python, web development, Django, databases, JavaScript, and other related (and sometimes not so related) topics.

    All the talks will be given in Hebrew.

    Agenda:

    • Mingling (5 mins)

    • Dan Gittik: Bauhaus Software Architecture (30 mins)

    • Eli Gur: Make your classes faster and leaner (45 mins)

    This meetup will be held on Zoom. The link will be shared an hour before the meetup starts.

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  • PyWeb-IL #85: Blackbox testing, coding conventions, simulations

    Google for Startups Campus

    Hi! This is PyWeb-IL's regular monthly meetup. As usual, we'll have talks given by group members on topics such as Python, web development, Django, databases, JavaScript, and other related (and sometimes not so related) topics.

    All the talks will be given in Hebrew.

    Agenda:

    • Mingling (25 mins)

    • Benny Daon: Black box testing in the age of microservices (30 mins)

    • Agam Rafaeli: How maintaining coding conventions saved my mental sanity (30 mins)

    • Eran Friedman: Boosting simulation performance with Python (35 mins)

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  • Django 3.0 release party

    Django Bar

    The Django team is happy to announce the release of Django 3.0. We at Kaplan Open Source are also very happy as this release has a feature we initiated and helped developing.

    So we'd like to celebrate version 3.0 by doing a community meetup over drinks. We also chose a uniquely named location for that - Django.

    Hope to see you there...

    Thanks Ram for the help - this is a mirror of the event at https://www.meetup.com/Open-Source-and-Free-Software-in-Israel/events/266966780/

  • PyWeb-IL #84: Environment Setup, CPython on GitHub, and music

    Google for Startups Campus

    Hi! This is PyWeb-IL's regular monthly meetup. As usual, we'll have talks given by group members on topics such as Python, web development, Django, databases, JavaScript, and other related (and sometimes not so related) topics.

    All the talks will be given in Hebrew.

    Agenda:

    • Mingling (25 mins)

    • David Bordeynik: The Perfect Python Environment Setup (30 mins)

    • Tal Einat: CPython moved to GitHub, how does it work? (15 mins)

    • Ram Rachum: Live-coding a music synthesizer (60 mins)

    This meetup is generously sponsored by IntSights.

    IntSights is revolutionizing cybersecurity operations with the industry’s only all-in-one external threat protection platform designed to neutralize cyberattacks outside the wire. Our unique cyber reconnaissance capabilities enable continuous monitoring of an enterprise’s external digital profile across the clear, deep, and dark web to identify emerging threats and orchestrate proactive response. Tailored threat intelligence that seamlessly integrates with security infrastructure for dynamic defense has made IntSights one of the fastest-growing cybersecurity companies in the world. IntSights has offices in Amsterdam, Boston, Dallas, New York, Singapore, Tel Aviv, and Tokyo.

    If you're interested in a career at IntSights, send your CV to hagay at intsights dot com

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  • PyWeb-IL #83: Config parsers, Airflow and Serverless

    Google for Startups Campus

    Hi! This is PyWeb-IL's regular monthly meetup. As usual, we'll have talks given by group members on topics such as Python, web development, Django, databases, JavaScript, and other related (and sometimes not so related) topics.

    All the talks will be given in Hebrew.

    Agenda:

    • Mingling (25 mins)

    • David Bordeynik: Why All Config Parsers Suck (30 mins)

    • Noam Elfanbaum: From Zero to Airflow - bootstrapping a ML platform
    (30 mins)

    • Asher Sterkin: Serverless Cloud Flow Programming in Python (40 mins)

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