What we're about

PyDistrict is a group for Python enthusiasts in the Washington, D.C. area. Everyone who uses Python is welcome, whether it's on the web, with data, in embedded systems or elsewhere.

Every month we put on a talk from a speaker in the community (currently these are virtual).

Before the pandemic, we also hosted monthly Project Nights, where people cowork on their Python web projects together -- we're looking forward to being able to resume in-person events safely.

We have a Code of Conduct. You can read it here: http://pydistrict.org/conduct.html

Upcoming events (4+)

August Happy Hour

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Come hang out with other local Pythonistas, talk about the new features in Python 3.11, ask questions, and more!

Where:
Aslin Beer Garden, Logan Circle -- https://www.aslinbeer.com/dc
Don't worry, non-alcoholic beverages are available. There will be at least one new parent in attendance main-lining coffee; you will not be judged.

When:
from 6pm till 9pm, drop in as you're able!

Please recall our code of conduct (https://pydistrict.org/conduct.html) will be in effect. Please continue to be open, considerate, and respectful of others.

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Project Night

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Join us for Python Project Night!

Project Nights are informal gatherings where attendees can bring their own projects and work together (or just next to each other). We'll have at least one experienced Python web developer on hand to help less experienced people with their projects.

We host these project nights each month in addition to our normal talk meetups.

Agenda

• 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, eat and catch up (thank Chief (http://agencychief.com/) for the food!)

• 7:00pm-8:45pm - Coworking

What could you do at project night, you ask?

• Work on your own side projects with other people doing the same

• Get help learning Python (or Django or Flask) from more experienced developers. (Or, help mentor other attendees if you're already a whiz)

• Ask for a code review for a project you've been working on by yourself

• Talk through a particular problem with someone who has solved it before

• Just hang out and have some cool conversations!

We are cross-listing this event with DC Python, so please RSVP to only one so we can get an accurate headcount.

Project Night

Location visible to members

Join us for Python Project Night!

Project Nights are informal gatherings where attendees can bring their own projects and work together (or just next to each other). We'll have at least one experienced Python web developer on hand to help less experienced people with their projects.

We host these project nights each month in addition to our normal talk meetups.

Agenda

• 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, eat and catch up (thank Chief (http://agencychief.com/) for the food!)

• 7:00pm-8:45pm - Coworking

What could you do at project night, you ask?

• Work on your own side projects with other people doing the same

• Get help learning Python (or Django or Flask) from more experienced developers. (Or, help mentor other attendees if you're already a whiz)

• Ask for a code review for a project you've been working on by yourself

• Talk through a particular problem with someone who has solved it before

• Just hang out and have some cool conversations!

We are cross-listing this event with DC Python, so please RSVP to only one so we can get an accurate headcount.

Project Night

Location visible to members

Join us for Python Project Night!

Project Nights are informal gatherings where attendees can bring their own projects and work together (or just next to each other). We'll have at least one experienced Python web developer on hand to help less experienced people with their projects.

We host these project nights each month in addition to our normal talk meetups.

Agenda

• 6:30-7:00pm - Arrive, eat and catch up (thank Chief (http://agencychief.com/) for the food!)

• 7:00pm-8:45pm - Coworking

What could you do at project night, you ask?

• Work on your own side projects with other people doing the same

• Get help learning Python (or Django or Flask) from more experienced developers. (Or, help mentor other attendees if you're already a whiz)

• Ask for a code review for a project you've been working on by yourself

• Talk through a particular problem with someone who has solved it before

• Just hang out and have some cool conversations!

We are cross-listing this event with DC Python, so please RSVP to only one so we can get an accurate headcount.

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