• Learn Python meetup in Brooklyn

    5 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201

    Discuss any and all aspects of Python development. You need to sign up so security knows to let you in. You need to bring an ID.

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  • PyCon Startup Row Pitch Night at Giphy HQ

    On Tuesday, December 4th, NYC's Python engineering and entrepreneurial communities come together for a fun night of startup pitches and networking at Giphy's Chelsea headquarters. Tickets are free on Eventbrite with the code 'nypython.' Here's the link: https://giphypsf.eventbrite.com?discount=nypython Please RSVP for the event on Eventbrite to keep the check-in process as smooth as possible. Please do not register here on the Meetup event page. The winning company gets a spot on Startup Row at PyCon US this upcoming May in Cleveland, OH. Winning companies get booth space on Startup Row, two free conference passes, access to the jobs fair, and a couple of events hosted in their honor. Have a startup of your own? Have <= 15 employees? Are <= 2.5 years old (as a company or product)? Do cool stuff with Python? Awesome! Learn more about Startup Row and apply online: https://us.pycon.org/2019/startuprow/ Feeling spontaneous and want to pitch at the event? Contact the organizers (Don Sheu and Jason D. Rowley) via Eventbrite.

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  • Learn Python meetup in Brooklyn

    5 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201

    This Month’s Talk: Using Python to transform your data. The talk will begin at roughly 2:30. You need to sign up so security knows to let you in. You need to bring an ID.

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  • Learn Python meetup in Brooklyn

    5 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201

    Discuss any and all aspects of Python development. You need to sign up so security knows to let you in. You need to bring an ID.

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  • North Bay Python Preview Night

    Peloton

    North Bay Python (https://2018.northbaypython.org/) takes place November 3rd and 4th. A few New Yorkers will be speaking there, so please join us for a preview talk night! We'll also have a talk recently given at PyGotham (https://2018.pygotham.org/), so if you missed it the first time around, now's your chance to see it! Talks: - Diego Berrocal: Better Web Scraping Through Reverse Engineering AJAX Calls - Dan Crosta: How to Trick the Computer Into Writing Tests For You with Hypothesis - Vishal Prasad: From Coroutines to Concurrency Many thanks to Peloton (www.onepeloton.com/careers) for hosting us and providing food and drinks!

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