Next Meetup

Project Night
Work on your own Python projects, get programming help, work through tutorials, help others, and hang out with Pythonistas. We'll share some resources to help new coders get started under the guidance of experienced programmers. Dinner will be served, thanks to our host. We'd like to feature a few lightning talks. If you have a cool Python project you're working on and would like to share, get in touch with the PhillyPUG organizers. Works-in-progress are strongly encouraged, it is a great way to get feedback and hear new ideas! If you're hiring or looking, feel free to drop by to mingle. Be sure to bring business cards and job descriptions. Audience: Open to everyone! We welcome new coders, experienced professionals, and everything in between. Things to bring: a laptop, power cord, and a smile! All attendees are expected to follow the Python Software Foundation's Code of Conduct: https://www.python.org/psf/codeofconduct/ Please see any of the organizers if you have any questions, or are looking to host your own Python project night.

PromptWorks

1211 Chestnut Street Suite 400 · Philadelphia, PA

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We are a diverse, friendly group of Pythonistas in the Philadelphia area. We regularly host presentations during the academic year (from September through June), have monthly project hack nights, offer a yearly Introduction to Python class, and host social meetups in the summer and holiday season.

We have had many local speakers such as Dana Bauer, Dustin Ingram, J. Jessy Li, and Michael Becker, and attracted international speakers such as Jacob Kaplan-Moss (BDFL and co-founder of Django, Head of Security for Heroku), Travis Oliphant (creator of scientific library NumPy), Frank Wiles (President of the Django Software Foundation), and Tom Dyson (Founder of Torchbox, creators of the Wagtail CMS).

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