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Project Night, Event Night... what CAN'T we do this week? And YOUR chance to lead!

From: Eric F.
Sent on: Monday, September 10, 2018 12:03 AM
Hello Everyone!

Enjoying this cool weather? That means it's time to come back to school with NYC Python! We've got a project night and an event night coming up this week, and a talk night next week!

Wednesday's the usual Project Night! Come by and meet your fellow Python programmers! We can't do your homework for you, but we can help. RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/nycpython/events/cwpcspyxmbqb/!

This Thursday, we have a special event night planned: a code spelling bee! What's that, I hear you asking? The challenge is to spell code out loud! No typing! Imagine it as a particularly hardcore form of interview practice. RSVP for this here https://www.meetup.com/nycpython/events/254427265/!

And NEXT Thursday, we have a talk night at JustWorks in Flatiron! The talks are going to be focused around testing, and I've heard that our most dynamic, charming, and musically skilled member (me, also known as Eric) will get to teach you at length about testing! RSVP for it here https://www.meetup.com/nycpython/events/254226135/!

... By the way, we will be looking for several lightning talk speakers for next Thursday's talk night. As a lightning talk speaker, your responsibility is to give a quick (5 minute) talk about other aspects of testing: for example, “how we do X type of testing on the Y team and Z company” to give additional flavor of how testing works “in the real world”. If you're interested, talk to any of the organizers at this week's events!

See you soon,
Eric

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