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Saturday Python Study Group

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As you enter the building located at 568 Broadway, New York, NY 10012 you will need to provide ID and your destination (Fueled Collective, 11th Floor) to the front desk. They will provide you with a sticker badge. Take one of the elevators (located to the right of the front desk) to the 11th floor. We will be in the Deerbrook conference room. 


This Event:

The aim of this weekly event is to offer a place where fellow Python learners and developers can come and asks questions and/or code with some company!


Resources:

Here are some learning resources and free text editor / IDE suggestions.

https://github.com/logston/NYCPythonSOH/blob/master/resources.rst


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  • Jason D.

    It was pretty good. Wish it was an hour longer though. People there are very helpful and quiet, which are a plus. There's no food though :-(

    April 12, 2014

    • in/aaronchall

      When we have meetups in the evening, we try to find sponsors for food, but getting them for every single meetup is difficult. Since our weekly weekend meetups don't typically meet around a meal time, there's less demand for food. However, I don't think you'd be prevented from ordering some pizzas, and you'd probably find a couple of us willing to throw in for a pie or two.

      2 · April 16, 2014

  • in/aaronchall

    I want to verify the location, thought it might change with Pycon this weekend...

    April 10, 2014

    • Paul L.

      Can I get a suggestion? Of anything at all...

      April 11, 2014

    • in/aaronchall

      You read in some government data with a builtin library, but it's kinda crappy, so you write a few functions to clean it up, and then use flask to present it online with some pretty charts from the module of your choosing! Now go!

      1 · April 12, 2014

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