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PyMalta: Creating a faster crawler & Introduction to Artistic Programming 1
Dear PyMalta Members, The Python Malta community is happy to announce our next meetup event 🎉! See the agenda below for the plan! • Location This meetup is graciously sponsored by Gaming Innovation Group (https://www.gig.com/) who will be hosting us at GiG Offices in St Julians • Agenda 7:00pm: Meet at venue, chatting / networking 7:15pm - 8:00pm: Creating faster crawler - João Júnior 8:00pm - 8:15pm: Interval 8:15pm - 9:00pm: Introduction to Artistic Programming 1 - Simon Agius Muscat 9:00pm: Optional post meetup drinks • More Details Creating a faster crawler In this talk, we will see how to create a faster crawler. For it, we will compare the threads, green threads and non blocking I/O with Python. The idea is show the limitations of each. Introduction to Artistic Programming 1 Art and Programming are two words which are not found together often. Typically programming is used for utility - to make a process faster, more reliant or cheaper. In today's talk, we will use Python and the Processing framework to begin exploring how programming too can be used as means for an artistic end, by creating ten simple works of art in under an hour, using only code. For this talk, we will be using the Processing Framework, in Python Mode. You can download Processing from here: https://processing.org/download/, then download Python Mode from within it once it is installed. Note: doors close at 7:15pm - contact one of the maintainers through meetup chat or on telegram if you come later please. Looking forward to seeing you all!

Gaming Innovation Group

The Golden Mile Business Centre, Dragunara Street Paceville · Saint Julian's

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    The PyMalta user group aims to:

    * Bring together Python programmers
    * Act as a hub for the community
    * Introduce python to new users

    Please join if you would like to meet other like-minded programmers and attend meetups, we will try to have talks from various users, from Web Developers through DevOps to Game Devs and data scientists.

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