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December Python Meetup

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  • Hi All,

    It is time to schedule our next monthly meetup. We're going to skip November since I'm trying to hit that empty slot between Thanksgiving and the December holidays.

    I'm planning on having actual food at this meeting. We'll take the first 30-45 minutes to let people arrive, eat, and socialize. We'll then move on to any talks that have been scheduled.

    We had another great turnout last meeting, so I'm keeping the same day and time since it seems to work well. If you can't make it out on Mondays, please send me a message so I can try to plan our next meeting on a day that may work better for you.

    Call for Contributions:

    Last meeting, we had two great presentations from Jim and Alan. Jim showed us a lib he's been working on that introduces Py3.6's F-strings into Py2.7. Alan gave us a primer on using the powerful gRPC framework to leverage the RPC protocol in APIs.

    I'm hoping to get one to three new presenters to give a talk on a topic that interests you. It's nothing too formal, just a 10-30 minute talk on something you find interesting, a bug or implementation you found problematic, or even showing what/how you use python. It can be anywhere on the technical level.

    If you can present, please send a message to the group or shoot me a DM.

    Current Agenda:

    • Redislite - Lazy loading HTML fragments in Django templates using Lazysizes - by Dan Gayle

    Multiprocessing and ArcPy - Data driven pages and python's multiprocessing - by Phil Larkin

    Hope to see you all there!

    -Steve

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  • Franco G.

    Should no one offer up a topic, I can introduce asyncio concurrency.

    2 days ago

    • Steve B

      Thanks Franco!
      I think we'll have enough for this meeting, but I really want to hear more about asyncio. Can you present at our January meeting? Do you have enough for 20-30 min?

      Yesterday

  • Phil L.

    I have a 10 minute presentation on Multiprocessing to offer. Here are the slides: https://slides.com/psl/multi_arcpy/

    If anyone has used (or even successfully set up ;) ) TensorFlow for image classification I'd love to hear about your experience.

    2 days ago

    • Steve B

      Thanks Phil!

      It would be great if you could present. This looks like a great topic.

      I'll put you on the schedule.

      Yesterday

  • Jim D.

    I know you want new presenters, but if you still need someone, I could present the following:

    Monte Carlo Simulations in Python with Trillions of Random Trials - My experience making trillions of simulated trials practical on a laptop.

    3 days ago

    • Steve B

      Thanks Jim! That would be awesome. If you could have a talk ready to go. If we don't have enough people presenting on Monday, it would be great if you could talk.

      2 days ago

    • Jim D.

      Okay, thanks. I will plan to have something ready.

      2 days ago

  • Dan G.

    I've always wanted to write an A/B Monte Carlo split test module for Django

    2 days ago

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  • Kelsey J.
    Co-Organizer

    Scientific software developer working mostly in python.

  • Scott T.

    Self employed (DataBlox Inc.) writing tools in Delphi. Python user for 4 years - mostly batch... more

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