• Random Number Generator Part 2(PyDelhi & Distributed Systems Combined meetup)

    This would be the second part of our Ranadon number Generator series. We discussed Various numbers generators; from those built in languages and system(OS) provided Random Number generators and ran them through some pre built tests for random number generators in our last meet up. In this iteration we would be going further Start to try and write our own Random number generators using various techniques and testing them. Reading materials:: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diehard_tests http://webhome.phy.duke.edu/~rgb/General/dieharder.php https://www.random.org/statistics/ https://www.random.org/analysis/ https://csrc.nist.gov/projects/random-bit-generation https://csrc.nist.gov/Projects/Entropy-as-a-Service

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  • PyDelhi DevSprint

    Grofers Headquarter

    SCHEDULE ------------ 11:00 - People come and Introduction starts. 11:30 - Dev-Sprint starts with project mentors pitch 14:30 - Dev-Sprint closes with project mentors report and Feedback 14:30 - Hiring and Pitching Session 15:00 - Meetup ends. DETAILS ------------ Following Organizations/Mentors will be joining the Dev-Sprints: 1. PyDelhi Telegram bot - Shashank Kumar 2. KDE Mobile Plasma - Rituka Patwal 3. KDE Connect- Piyush Aggarwal 4. SymPy - Nikhil Maan Official Govt issues ID would be checked at the gates, please bring your's while attending the meetup. Prerequisites ---------------- Mandatory for all projects - Git ( http://try.github.io/ ) - SymPy : Knowledge of Python and git and little bit mathematics. (https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/introduction-to-contributing). - KDE Mobile Plasma : Good knowledge of C++. - KDE Connect : https://community.kde.org/KDEConnect - PyDelhi Telegram Bot : https://github.com/realslimshanky/PyDelhi-Bot What are DevSprints? https://in.pycon.org/blog/2017/understanding-dev-sprints.html Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://t.me/PyDelhigroup) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Contact Person: Rajat: [masked] Mayank: [masked]

  • PyDelhi Meetup

    Cluster Innovation Centre, University of Delhi

    Schedule ------------ 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM : Introductions. 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM : Zen of Python by Anuvrat Parashar (https://github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/172) 12:20 PM - 01:00 PM : Introduction to Distributed Caching, Explained with Redis! by Dheeraj Jha (https://github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/171) 01:00 PM - 01:30 PM : TBD 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM : Hiring, Pitching Session & Networking. Venue : Seminar Hall, First floor CIC. Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://www.pydelhi.org) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Contact Person: Dheeraj : [masked]

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  • Implementing Quantum Random Number Generators

    Bamboo Hut

    Topic of meetup: Implementing Quantum Random Number Generators This will be a discussion and collaborative meetup to try and implement a algorithm to generate Quantum randum numbers. - What is QRNG a explanation - How do we test if a number is quantum random or not? Implementation ============ - Implementing the tests first. - Checking/testing existing Random number generators in existing languages and running numbers generated through them in this test. - Implementing our Quantum Random number generator Algorithm/s. - Running numbers from QRNG through the test to check if the numbers are Quantum Random or not! Prizes - First person/team, to implement the test correctly get's a/1 PyCon India 2017 Travel Bag from Wild Craft. (Max 3 per team) - First person/team to get their random numbers consistently passing through the test suit will get 1 Travel bags + 1 Pen Drive + 1 T-shirt each. (Max 4 per team) A paper would be written and published through PyDelhi mentioning the result and explanation around their algorithm. Reading material for you to prepare for QRNGS:: https://medium.com/the-physics-arxiv-blog/quantum-random-number-generator-created-using-a-smartphone-camera-602f88552b64 https://blog.red-badger.com/2018/9/24/generate-true-random-numbers-with-a-quantum-computer

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  • Debian BUSTER release party

    91springboard, Sector 18

    Debian Buster release party , The party where the biggest devOPs groups in Delhi are going to meet. From noobs to experts all are coming together to learn,inspire and talk on Debian and cutting edge technologies. We would be looking forward to hearing your Dev Stories and Debian experiences and how that has shaped your actions, work, passion and maybe life in general. So come meet us for a day filled with amazing Tech talks and demos. Open Source Delhi Orgs participating Mozilla Delhi, Pydelhi, Script Foundation India, GDG New Delhi , ILUG-D OWASP Meerut Chapter Register here https://forms.gle/dQzqDDMwXMWdDWrz7 Event page https://wiki.debian.org/ReleasePartyBuster/India/Delhi

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  • PyDelhi Meetup

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  • JetBrains Road Trip India 2019

    Pullman New Delhi Aerocity

    JetBrains Road Trip India is an event focused on Java and Kotlin development to be held by JetBrains in the cities of Delhi and Hyderabad, India. Our speakers will be giving talks on the best practices when using IntelliJ IDEA and about Kotlin development. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have. For more information please visit https://info.jetbrains.com/jetbrains-trip-india-2019.html Register yourself for this awesome event! Note* RSVP won't work for the event you need to register on the given link above. If you have any questions please comment them below.

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  • PyDelhi @ Drupal Camp

    Jawaharlal Nehru University

    PyDelhi would be taking part in the Drupal Camp Delhi 2019 being held in JNU PyDelhi along with other open communities are being offered slots in the event. We would be having 2 talks and community introductions in the said slots. Tentative talks: https://github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/160 https://github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/162 & Community introductions by relevant community representatives. You can register here http://2019.drupalcampdelhi.com/user/register .

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  • PyDelhi DevSprint

    Srijan Technologies

    SCHEDULE ------------ 11:00 - People come and Introduction starts. 11:30 - Dev-Sprint starts with project mentors pitch 15:30 - Dev-Sprint closes with project mentors report and Feedback 15:30 - Hiring and Pitching Session 16:00 - Meetup ends. DETAILS ------------ Following Organizations/Mentors will be joining the Dev-Sprints: 1. Kivy - Akkshay Arora 2. Debian Packaging- Shashank Kumar 3. Pandas - Piyush Aggarwal 4. Coala - Kilari Teja Shashank Kumar & Kilari Teja will be there to help people with queries regarding Google Summer of Code and also in reviewing the proposals for the same. Official Govt issues ID would be checked at the gates, please bring your's while attending the meetup. Prerequisites ---------------- Mandatory for all projects - Git ( http://try.github.io/ ) - Kivy - Go through the readme, and have the dependencies installed before hand ( https://kivy.org/#download ) - Debian - ( http://bit.ly/debprereq ) - Pandas - ( https://journal.piyush.tech/pandas/ ) - Coala - To be announced What are DevSprints? https://in.pycon.org/blog/2017/understanding-dev-sprints.html Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://t.me/PyDelhigroup) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Contact Person: Rajat: [masked] Mayank: [masked]

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  • PyDelhi Celebrates Women's Day

    Microsoft

    Schedule: 11:00 - 11:30 - People come in and registrations 11:30 - 12:15 - Deep Dive into Natural Language Processing by Dhanshree Arora 12:30 - 13:15 - Design Thinking by Monika Khanna 13:15 - 14:00 - Lunch 14:00 - 14:45 - Neuro diversity and Women by Harshita Kaushal 15:00 - 15:45 - Panel Discussion: Overcoming Challenges in Professional and Student Life The PyDelhi community would be collaborating with various other open communities(Linux Chix, PyLadies Delhi, Women Who Go, Women Who Code, Women Tech Maker) here in Delhi/NCR to celebrate the International Women's Week along with Women in Tech. Note* Only who receive Invite are allowed to attend. As this event is invite-based only.

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