• Project Night
    Join us for Python Project Night! Project Nights are informal gatherings where attendees can bring their own projects and work together (or just next to each other). We'll have at least one experienced Python web developer on hand to help less experienced people with their projects. We host these project nights each month in addition to our normal talk meetups. Agenda • 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, eat and catch up (thank Chief (http://agencychief.com/) for the food!) • 7:00pm-8:45pm - Coworking What could you do at project night, you ask? • Work on your own side projects with other people doing the same • Get help learning Python (or Django or Flask) from more experienced developers. (Or, help mentor other attendees if you're already a whiz) • Ask for a code review for a project you've been working on by yourself • Talk through a particular problem with someone who has solved it before • Just hang out and have some cool conversations! We are cross-listing this event with DC Python, so please RSVP to only one so we can get an accurate headcount.

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  • Python 3 Async/Await: Better Concurrency
    Join us on Tuesday, October 2nd for our monthly Django District event! Vic Kumar will be covering Async/Await functionality introduced in Python 3. Abstract: In this talk, we will take a look at Python 3's relatively new async/await syntax. We will examine why we need asynchronous routines, how this compares with the previous yield from syntax introduced in version 3.2. We will look at a few code samples to help familiarize use with the syntax, and we will look at how this new syntax is being used in the django-channels framework to build distributed, asynchronous Django applications. Food will be provided. Agenda: • 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, catch up, and eat • 7:00-7:10pm - Announcements • 7:10-8:00pm - Talk + Q&A

    Upside

    1 Thomas Cir NW 8th Floor · Washington, DC

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  • Project Night
    Join us for Python Project Night! Project Nights are informal gatherings where attendees can bring their own projects and work together (or just next to each other). We'll have at least one experienced Python web developer on hand to help less experienced people with their projects. We host these project nights each month in addition to our normal talk meetups. Agenda • 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, eat and catch up (thank Chief (http://agencychief.com/) for the food!) • 7:00pm-8:45pm - Coworking What could you do at project night, you ask? • Work on your own side projects with other people doing the same • Get help learning Python (or Django or Flask) from more experienced developers. (Or, help mentor other attendees if you're already a whiz) • Ask for a code review for a project you've been working on by yourself • Talk through a particular problem with someone who has solved it before • Just hang out and have some cool conversations! We are cross-listing this event with DC Python, so please RSVP to only one so we can get an accurate headcount.

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  • Project Night
    Join us for Python Project Night! Project Nights are informal gatherings where attendees can bring their own projects and work together (or just next to each other). We'll have at least one experienced Python web developer on hand to help less experienced people with their projects. We host these project nights each month in addition to our normal talk meetups. Agenda • 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, eat and catch up (thank Chief (http://agencychief.com/) for the food!) • 7:00pm-8:45pm - Coworking What could you do at project night, you ask? • Work on your own side projects with other people doing the same • Get help learning Python (or Django or Flask) from more experienced developers. (Or, help mentor other attendees if you're already a whiz) • Ask for a code review for a project you've been working on by yourself • Talk through a particular problem with someone who has solved it before • Just hang out and have some cool conversations! We are cross-listing this event with DC Python, so please RSVP to only one so we can get an accurate headcount.

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  • August Python Dojo
    The DC Python Dojo is back again! Come join us this Wednesday to put some new things into practice! ************************************************************* Please sign up at https://ti.to/dc-python-dojo/august-2018 ************************************************************* Practice your coding skills in a relaxed environment and get to know your fellow Python programmers! The normal schedule is as follows: 6:30 - 7:00ish Arrive, eat pizza, socialize 7:00ish Vote on a coding challenge for the evening and divide into teams 7:15 - 9:00 Work in teams to find a solution to the night's problem 9:00ish Show & Tell P.S. You probably want to bring a laptop along for this. Don't worry if you don't have Python installed -- folks at the dojo will be able to help!

    GQR

    1101 15th St NW Ste 900 · Washington, dc

  • Frontend for Django Developers
    Join us on Tuesday, August 7th for our monthly Django District event! Robert Townley will be showing us how to integrate frontend Javascript toolchains into his Django apps. Abstract: Until recently, I wrote frontend code like a backend developer. jQuery and Javascript were synonymous. CSS and JS dependencies were either linked from CDNs or downloaded and shoved into static file directories the ol' fashioned way. For those willing to take the plunge, the modern frontend ecosystem can offer better user experience design, more robust client-side code, greater test coverage, and powerful build tools that free up your time for the fun stuff. Getting modern frontend tools to play nicely with your Django project can be challenging at first, so in this discussion, we'll go over some steps that have helped me go from "Frontend Dinosaur" to "Frontend Neanderthal", including: - Using the node package manager with Django - CSS preprocessors and listeners - Using webpack for managing build processes - Adding a simple react component into the Django admin This talk is intended for Django developers who are comfortable with Django, HTML, CSS, and JS but have little-to-no experience with frontend build tools (webpack, gulp, grunt) or frontend frameworks (react, angular, vue). Food will be provided. Agenda: • 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, catch up, and eat • 7:00-7:10pm - Announcements • 7:10-8:00pm - Talk + Q&A

    Upside

    1 Thomas Cir NW 8th Floor · Washington, DC

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  • Project Night
    Join us for Python Project Night! Project Nights are informal gatherings where attendees can bring their own projects and work together (or just next to each other). We'll have at least one experienced Python web developer on hand to help less experienced people with their projects. We host these project nights each month in addition to our normal talk meetups. Agenda • 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, eat and catch up (thank Chief (http://agencychief.com/) for the food!) • 7:00pm-8:45pm - Coworking What could you do at project night, you ask? • Work on your own side projects with other people doing the same • Get help learning Python (or Django or Flask) from more experienced developers. (Or, help mentor other attendees if you're already a whiz) • Ask for a code review for a project you've been working on by yourself • Talk through a particular problem with someone who has solved it before • Just hang out and have some cool conversations! We are cross-listing this event with DC Python, so please RSVP to only one so we can get an accurate headcount.

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  • Project Night
    Join us for Python Project Night! Project Nights are informal gatherings where attendees can bring their own projects and work together (or just next to each other). We'll have at least one experienced Python web developer on hand to help less experienced people with their projects. We host these project nights each month in addition to our normal talk meetups. Agenda • 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, eat and catch up (thank Chief (http://agencychief.com/) for the food!) • 7:00pm-8:45pm - Coworking What could you do at project night, you ask? • Work on your own side projects with other people doing the same • Get help learning Python (or Django or Flask) from more experienced developers. (Or, help mentor other attendees if you're already a whiz) • Ask for a code review for a project you've been working on by yourself • Talk through a particular problem with someone who has solved it before • Just hang out and have some cool conversations! We are cross-listing this event with DC Python, so please RSVP to only one so we can get an accurate headcount.

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  • May Python Dojo
    The DC Python Dojo is finally back! Come join us this Wednesday to help get over your PyCon withdrawal! ************************************************************* Please sign up at https://ti.to/dc-python-dojo/may-2018 ************************************************************* Practice your coding skills in a relaxed environment and get to know your fellow Python programmers! The normal schedule is as follows: 6:30 - 7:00ish Arrive, eat pizza, socialize 7:00ish Vote on a coding challenge for the evening and divide into teams 7:15 - 9:00 Work in teams to find a solution to the night's problem 9:00ish Show & Tell P.S. You probably want to bring a laptop along for this. Don't worry if you don't have Python installed -- folks at the dojo will be able to help!

    GQR

    1101 15th St NW Ste 900 · Washington, dc

  • Project Night
    Join us for Python Project Night! Project Nights are informal gatherings where attendees can bring their own projects and work together (or just next to each other). We'll have at least one experienced Python web developer on hand to help less experienced people with their projects. We host these project nights each month in addition to our normal talk meetups. Agenda • 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, eat and catch up (thank Chief (http://agencychief.com/) for the food!) • 7:00pm-8:45pm - Coworking What could you do at project night, you ask? • Work on your own side projects with other people doing the same • Get help learning Python (or Django or Flask) from more experienced developers. (Or, help mentor other attendees if you're already a whiz) • Ask for a code review for a project you've been working on by yourself • Talk through a particular problem with someone who has solved it before • Just hang out and have some cool conversations! We are cross-listing this event with DC Python, so please RSVP to only one so we can get an accurate headcount.

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