Bring a laptop. Bring ideas. Bring questions. Bring enthusiasm. Bring friends. The Greater Hartford Python Project Night is a time to find others with compatible interests. Code, hack, teach, learn, meet, laugh, talk: anything goes at Project Night.
You don't need to have a project, and you don't have to show anything to anyone! This is an opportunity to work together with like-minded people. There's no presentation, just people working on whatever they want to work on. That's it!
All skill levels are welcome. Other table-topics in the past have been Django, Data, Web Scraping, Hardware, Puzzles, Science, Art. Maybe you have another idea? Bring it!
6:00 PM — Food, drinks, and networking
6:30 PM — Mob Programming powered by Python Morsels
7:45 PM — Wrap up
You'll need to RSVP via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/80077312397
You'll notice that there's a fee of $5 per person. Your ticket includes soft drinks, coffee and beer. This fee is strictly to help cover our venue's expenses. I'm committed to keeping our meetup inclusive and open to everyone. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please reach out to me if you have any questions.
After our last Project Night, I gathered that there might be interest in working on some hands-on exercises together. We're gonna try out some mob programming using exercises from PythonMorsels.com. If there's something else you'd rather work on, you're still welcome.
What's Mob Programming?
"Mob programming is a software development approach where the whole team works on the same thing, at the same time, in the same space, and at the same computer. This is similar to pair programming where two people sit at the same computer and collaborate on the same code at the same time"
We've got three 5 minute slots(first come, first serve). These are great for companies that want to announce job postings, people looking for others to work with, and other announcements.
Your ticket includes soft drinks, coffee & beer.
Interested in sponsoring? Sponsoring our meetings is a great way to get involved with the local technology community. Contact José Padilla ([masked]) for more details.