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This week: Every way to possibly install Python + some Haskell!

From: Eric F.
Sent on: Sunday, November 5, 2017 9:05 PM

Hey folks,

This week, our project night is about installing Python!

It's way more than just installing Python: we'll show you how to get a full Python installation with everything you need to develop in Python up and running.

For those of you who want to do something more fancy, we might be showing folks how to build Python from source, with debug enabled. That'll let you actually inspect the C code that underpins Python as it runs!

RSVP here:

Also, our very own Aaron Hall is going to be running a reading group for this week about Haskell: writing the Prelude (Haskell's equivalent of Python's builtins) in Python. Find the docs here:

Here's our practice interview question for the week: write a function to create all subsets of a given set. Bonus points for writing it as a generator!

See you soon,

Eric + the NYC Python Organizing Staff

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