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Python Programming For Network Engineers

  • Jan 29, 2014 · 5:30 PM

INE's first Seattle Network Experts Meetup will be held on Wednesday, January 29, 2014, at 5:30pm. Eric Hanchrow, Software Development Engineer with INE, will be speaking about Python programming for network engineers, focusing on using Python to control programmable switches via OpenFlow. Join Eric for a live demonstration as he explains basics such as functions and classes, dictionaries, debugging, modules, and lots more.

This presentation is intended for individuals who have basic programming knowledge but have never used Python. Bring your friends and coworkers, have a beer and a snack, and meet other local professionals.

The first 10 people to arrive at this Meetup will receive 10 FREE Rack Rental Tokens, courtesy of INE!


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