What we're about

Meet other local Python programming language enthusiasts! Ask your questions about any aspect of Python development, including "how do I start learning Python?".

The Austin Python Meetup video recordings can be found here:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMYbTawA7NcTLOYOxg1WOoA

An Evening of Python Coding video recordings can be found here:
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjG-IjppX96cMJvOn08J25G9IGH16ngXl

Thank you to Capital Factory for sponsoring the Austin python meetup. Capital Factory is the center of gravity for entrepreneurs in Texas. They meet the best entrepreneurs in Texas and introduce them to their first investors, employees, mentors and customers. To learn more about Capital Factory’s virtual membership, click here https://www.capitalfactory.com/

Upcoming events (4+)

The Austin Python Meetup Monthly Meetup

Needs a location

We typically have a main presentation or a series of lightning talks, followed by discussion and Q&A. There is a diversity of domains and experience levels represented, so come with your questions and be prepared to talk about how you use Python!

The Capital Factory is now offering discounted parking in the Omni Parking lot. If you park after 5 p.m. it is just $7 dollars for the night. Just remember to grab a validation ticket from Capital Factory staff.

An Evening of Python Coding

Needs a location

• What we'll do
Learners and complete Python novices are welcome as well as experts. If you want to start something new, please see this as an opportunity to jump start the project. If you need help with an existing coding project, bring it with you and we will have a look at it. If you want to show your complete code to someone else to test it, or if you just want to consult with python experts you are welcome.

The format will be different than regular since this joins the Austin and DC python communities:

6:30 CST = 7:30 EST we will start the meeting. Join the meetup to view the link.
This link may change, so please check this link again before the meeting.

7 CST = 8 EST: Announcement + Demo

Around 7:30 CST = 8:30 EST continue discussions or break into smaller groups.

Although this online meeting is different, for those new to this meetup, please check out previous meetups we had to get an idea of what to expect. Here is a link to previous meetups:
https://github.com/Jacob-Barhak/EveningOfPythonCoding

You will find there demo code and the folk who presented them. Feel free to clone and star demos that were useful to you.

• Important to know
Our focus for this month will be: passpredict
https://github.com/samtx/passpredict

The Austin Python Meetup Monthly Meetup

Needs a location

We typically have a main presentation or a series of lightning talks, followed by discussion and Q&A. There is a diversity of domains and experience levels represented, so come with your questions and be prepared to talk about how you use Python!

The Capital Factory is now offering discounted parking in the Omni Parking lot. If you park after 5 p.m. it is just $7 dollars for the night. Just remember to grab a validation ticket from Capital Factory staff.

An Evening of Python Coding

Needs a location

• What we'll do
Learners and complete Python novices are welcome as well as experts. If you want to start something new, please see this as an opportunity to jump start the project. If you need help with an existing coding project, bring it with you and we will have a look at it. If you want to show your complete code to someone else to test it, or if you just want to consult with python experts you are welcome.

The format will be different than regular since this joins the Austin and DC python communities:

6:30 CST = 7:30 EST we will start the meeting. Join the meetup to view the link.
This link may change, so please check this link again before the meeting.

7 CST = 8 EST: Announcement + Demo

Around 7:30 CST = 8:30 EST continue discussions or break into smaller groups.

Although this online meeting is different, for those new to this meetup, please check out previous meetups we had to get an idea of what to expect. Here is a link to previous meetups:
https://github.com/Jacob-Barhak/EveningOfPythonCoding

You will find there demo code and the folk who presented them. Feel free to clone and star demos that were useful to you.

• Important to know
Our focus for this month will be: nuscenes
https://www.nuscenes.org/nuscenes

Past events (265)

An Evening of Python Coding

Needs a location

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