There are two large areas for coworking/peer-supported learning, and smaller meeting rooms for talks or targeted group projects.
The overall theme will be about collaborations and its mainly for mixed groups but some may be women only as its a WTHub initiative and we are aware that women often learn better in women-only environments.
We are looking for sponsor companies to support us with pizzas and drinks in return for an opportunity to present and communicate either as an engagement or a recruitment piece. Women’s Tech Hub runs a no recruiter (other than an internal sponsor recruiter as noted above) and a strict social media policy which you can find in our Code of Conduct, for more information visit https://www.wthub.org/support/networking/
Workshop Wednesday specific listings:
Kickoff for CodeHub's Mentorship programme
We will give an introduction to how we have been running the mentorship programme, followed by a discussion where you will be able to ask questions and make suggestions. We will also look at how we could extend the programme to run on an ongoing basis.
Join up on their eventpage: https://www.meetup.com/CodeHub-Bristol/events/267367839/
Bristol Data Science and Machine Learning Study Group
First session! Start with fast.ai course!
After an introduction to this new Meetup group, the people involved, the concept of learning, and anything else useful, we will start off with Machine Learning and Data Science!
Join up on their eventpage: https://www.meetup.com/Bristol-Data-Science-and-Machine-Learning-Study-Group/events/266970693/
WebDev101 is a self-directed study group for everyone interested in improving their knowledge of any subject in the field of web development. As we are not instructor-led, you will only get out what you put into this group!
Join up on their eventpage: https://www.meetup.com/CodeHub-Bristol/events/qlsslrybccbtb/
This workshop is for those interested to learn Python and is aimed at both beginners and those with a little Python experience. The topics and examples are chosen such that you can directly use Python for a Data Science project afterwards. Someone who comes to all the sessions (and does some practising at home) will have covered the pre-requisites for a typical Data Science bootcamp by the end of the workshop.
Note that it is not necessary to come to all the sessions – you can pick the ones of interest to you if there are only some topics you want to cover.
While it is not mandatory to bring your own laptop, it is highly recommended to bring one if you want to practise with us.
This session "Setting up the Python environment" includes:
Overview of workshops;Python installation;Anaconda;Jupyter notebooks;PyCharm IDE for debugging;Packages and environments
Join up here stating "Python"
Please note places are limited, where necessary priority will be given to minority group members to ensure a diverse group.
Open to all those aged 18+