This is our last meetup for 2019 and the wind of change is blowing, both Meili and Jessica are stepping down from active organizing to switch in a more support role and would like to share their latest leanings and celebrate with you this amazing time.
Christmas is also close, we hope to get also some Christmas atmosphere flowing after the talks!
Talk 1 : Lessons learned from 6 years in Pyladies Berlin, by Meili Triantafyllidi
Talk 2: Sorting Algorithms in Python, by Jessica Greene
# Lessons learned from 6 years in Pyladies Berlin
Pyladies Berlin is already running for 6.5 years. It has been an amazing time. Meili will give an overview of all the learning within these years
#Meili is a Pyladies Berlin organizer since the chapter started in 2013. She is also a Senior Python Engineer. She loves Pyladies community, but she is currently stepping down to focus more in learning German.
# Sorting Algorithms in Python
Recently in a an attempt to improve my Python Skills I looked at different mathematical algorithms and how they can be programmed in Python. In this talk I will discuss those algorithms, how Python allows us to implement them and what I learnt along the way.
#Jessica joined the PyLadies Berlin team after joining a Meetup when first learning to code in early 2018. Her 2020 goal is to combine her support of the community with her pursuit of becoming a better programmer through coaching and designing workshops <3
19:00 Grab a snack and welcome
19:15 Community announcements
19:25 bitcrowd introduction
19:35 Lessons learned from 6 years Pyladies Berlin
20:45 Christmas tree - pairing
21:10 - 22:00 Networking
• Audience level:
bitcrowd is a Berlin-based agency, which was founded in 2010, offering solid, test-driven software development. The company supports start-ups as well as established companies by developing exceptional and custom-fit applications.
Learn more: https://bitcrowd.net/
• Food and drinks
Pizza and beverages will be provided by the host
Bring yourselves and good mood
• Gender policy
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