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Open Code - Lexington
The purpose of Open Code is to provide a safe, collaborative place for data scientists and developers to code in the company of each other. We want you all to feel welcome; whether you are experienced or just trying to figure out how to get started. You will find many people at our meetup working with different technologies and programming languages. This is encouraged! If you are stuck on a problem and looking for help there may be a data scientist there experienced in that technology who is willing to help. It happens often! We do not have any particular format, and we will not be presenting any content. We do have a brief round of introductions at about 6:15 just to help break the ice and get to know each other a bit. Although everyone is welcome, including recruiters, we ask that they give their pitch briefly during introductions and allow developers to approach them. Please allow people to code. Please help us maintain a safe and inviting environment for all kinds of people by reading and adhering to the Bluegrass Developers Guild Code of Conduct (

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348 East Main Street · Lexington, KY

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This is for professional data scientists and analysts in the Kentucky area interested in Analysis, Massive Parallel Computing, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Data Mining, and the supporting technologies and practices. We pull together the best minds in the region to discover and discuss the trends in our technical, methodological, and professional ecosystems. We are dedicated to establishing Kentucky as a center of excellence for interdisciplinary information analytics.

This group is in part sponsored by Xometry and CGRII which are not responsible for the content on this website or activities that take place at user group meetings. We are also supporters of the Bluegrass Developers Guild ( and adhere to their code of conduct. In addition to this code of conduct, we also encourage code attribution.

In order to ensure proper credit is given to developers or development teams, an effort should be made to indicate attribution of programs, scripts, and code snippets. This should include, but is not limited to: name of person/group; location of source (URL, event name/location); date/time of information. This ensures that provenance is maintained and that all parties involved in the collaborative effort are noted for their contributions to the best of one’s knowledge.

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