For the first time in Munich, we're joining forces with ALL LOCAL PYTHON GROUPS, and make a remarkable meetup together! Expecting around 200 participants, we will talk about the newest Python best-practices, automation, web technologies, and data science ✌️
Each group will make a short introduction and present a talk. The plan:
👉 18:30 Doors open, snacks, drinks
👉 19:00 Welcome 🎉
Our meetup host Magna makes an introduction followed by a talk of Maximilian Kaltenhauser: "How to efficiently automate an automotive toolchain with Python"
👉 19:30 Break
👉 19:40 PyLadies introduction and talk
Laysa Uchôa, PyLadies group organizer: "New Features and Best Practices of Python 3.8"
The new fresh Python 3.8 released earlier this year is packed with cool features, so let us go through some of them, including the walrus operator. It is time to realize that Python 2.7 end is coming soon!
👉 19:55 Break
👉 20:00 PyData 💾
Group organizer Nithish Raghunandanan will make an introduction to PyData community and talk about Open Data Science
👉 20:15 Break
👉 20:25 Python User Group 👨🎓
Group organizer Alexander Loechel will tell us about the oldest Python community in Munich and give an introduction into Plone CMS- the only
free and open-source enterprise-level CMS used worldwide
👉 20:40: Lightning Talks
- Sebastian Slomski: introducing the Django Munich User Group
👉 20:50: Drinks & Networking
- Alexander, Laysa, Anton, Nithish, Dibya ✌️