• PyCoffee. Hot coffee and Pythonic discussions in Porto i/o
    PyCoffee is an experimental format of informal Python meetups, organized by Python Porto in partnership with Porto i/o. There is no agenda and no speakers. It’s for those who is ready to start Sunday with a cup of hot coffee and a chat with like-minded python developers or beginners. We speak English or Portuguese, and we welcome guests with different backgrounds, coming from different countries and pursuing their own very different goals. Usually we start by introducing ourselves, our Python experience and try to formulate our expectations from a meetup. Then altogether we come up with some ideas or mini-projects to work on. We can work together or split in groups. For beginners. We can help to familiarize in a Python environment and show how to install Python and third-party packages, how to organize the code in the project, and in general, how to go from scratch to something useful and exciting. For more experienced developers. We share our experience and our challenges, play with new libraries and write some code together. Beginner groups are often led by more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge with newcomers. Any questions, please let us know!

    Porto i/o

    Rua de Cândido dos Reis 81 · Porto

  • Python Porto #10 in Blip. November
    Python Porto community in partnership with Blip.pt is happy to announce the November Python Porto meetup. The meetup will take place in the cozy and spacious kitchen of the Blip office. If you have been there, you should know and love this place for sure, and if you haven’t yet, you will like it as much as we do. AGENDA - 19:00 — 19:15. Opening talk "Python in Porto. Past, present and future" - 19:15 — 19:50. Diogo Pinto "Can my computer make jokes" - 19:50 — 20:30. Coffee and networking break - 20:30 — 21:00. John Chang "Building a serverless cloud service" CAN MY COMPUTER MAKE JOKES Anyone interested in understanding how Word2Vec Recurrent Neural Networks work? What about doing it while teaching your computer to make jokes? Diogo Pinto, a Data Scientist at Feedzai shows you how to do this. Diogo calls himself a Machine Learning, Security and Scala Enthusiast, multipotentialite, parkour practitioner and a full-time wisdom seeker. The talks is aimed at anyone with an introductory level of knowledge of Deep Learning, that want to know more about how Recurrent Neural Nets works. P.S.: Be warned, computer jokes will be bad, but imagine it like your weird friend that fills in the silence with the driest jokes ever. BUILDING A SERVERLESS CLOUD SERVICE Serverless is a cloud architecture for executing code on-demand, without running any application servers or managing any server infrastructure. In this talk, we'll take a look at how to build a cloud service in a serverless fashion using Python, AWS API Gateway, and AWS Lambda. John Chang is a co-founder and principal engineer at SURFnCODE, a startup-that-creates-startups based in Matosinhos. Before coming to Portugal, John worked for more than 15 years in senior software engineering positions at Apple in California and Skype and Microsoft in Europe.

    Blip.PT

    Avenida Camilo, 94 · 4300-095

  • PyCoffee. Hot coffee and Pythonic discussions in Porto i/o
    PyCoffee is an experimental format of informal Python meetups, organized by Python Porto in partnership with Porto i/o. There is no agenda and no speakers. It’s for those who is ready to start Sunday with a cup of hot coffee and a chat with like-minded python developers or beginners. We speak English or Portuguese, and we welcome guests with different backgrounds, coming from different countries and pursuing their own very different goals. Usually we start by introducing ourselves, our Python experience and try to formulate our expectations from a meetup. Then altogether we come up with some ideas or mini-projects to work on. We can work together or split in groups. For beginners. We can help to familiarize in a Python environment and show how to install Python and third-party packages, how to organize the code in the project, and in general, how to go from scratch to something useful and exciting. For more experienced developers. We share our experience and our challenges, play with new libraries and write some code together. Beginner groups are often led by more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge with newcomers. Any questions, please let us know!

    Porto i/o

    Rua de Cândido dos Reis 81 · Porto

  • PyCoffee. Hot coffee and Pythonic discussions in Porto i/o
    PyCoffee is an experimental format of informal Python meetups, organized by Python Porto in partnership with Porto i/o. There is no agenda and no speakers. It’s for those who is ready to start Sunday with a cup of hot coffee and a chat with like-minded python developers or beginners. We speak English or Portuguese, and we welcome guests with different backgrounds, coming from different countries and pursuing their own very different goals. Usually we start by introducing ourselves, our Python experience and try to formulate our expectations from a meetup. Then altogether we come up with some ideas or mini-projects to work on. We can work together or split in groups. For beginners. We can help to familiarize in a Python environment and show how to install Python and third-party packages, how to organize the code in the project, and in general, how to go from scratch to something useful and exciting. For more experienced developers. We share our experience and our challenges, play with new libraries and write some code together. Beginner groups are often led by more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge with newcomers. Any questions, please let us know!

    Porto i/o

    Rua de Cândido dos Reis 81 · Porto

  • PyCoffee. Hot coffee and Pythonic discussions in Porto i/o
    PyCoffee is an experimental format of informal Python meetups, organized by Python Porto in partnership with Porto i/o. There is no agenda and no speakers. It’s for those who is ready to start Sunday with a cup of hot coffee and a chat with like-minded python developers or beginners. We speak English or Portuguese, and we welcome guests with different backgrounds, coming from different countries and pursuing their own very different goals. Usually we start by introducing ourselves, our Python experience and try to formulate our expectations from a meetup. Then altogether we come up with some ideas or mini-projects to work on. We can work together or split in groups. For beginners. We can help to familiarize in a Python environment and show how to install Python and third-party packages, how to organize the code in the project, and in general, how to go from scratch to something useful and exciting. For more experienced developers. We share our experience and our challenges, play with new libraries and write some code together. Beginner groups are often led by more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge with newcomers. Any questions, please let us know!

    Porto i/o

    Rua de Cândido dos Reis 81 · Porto

  • PyCoffee. Hot coffee and Pythonic discussions in Porto i/o
    PyCoffee is an experimental format of informal Python meetups, organized by Python Porto in partnership with Porto i/o. There is no agenda and no speakers. It’s for those who is ready to start Sunday with a cup of hot coffee and a chat with like-minded python developers or beginners. We speak English or Portuguese, and we welcome guests with different backgrounds, coming from different countries and pursuing their own very different goals. Usually we start by introducing ourselves, our Python experience and try to formulate our expectations from a meetup. Then altogether we come up with some ideas or mini-projects to work on. We can work together or split in groups. For beginners. We can help to familiarize in a Python environment and show how to install Python and third-party packages, how to organize the code in the project, and in general, how to go from scratch to something useful and exciting. For more experienced developers. We share our experience and our challenges, play with new libraries and write some code together. Beginner groups are often led by more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge with newcomers. Any questions, please let us know!

    Porto i/o

    Rua de Cândido dos Reis 81 · Porto

  • PyCoffee. Hot coffee and Pythonic discussions in Porto i/o
    PyCoffee is an experimental format of informal Python meetups, organized by Python Porto in partnership with Porto i/o. There is no agenda and no speakers. It’s for those who is ready to start Sunday with a cup of hot coffee and a chat with like-minded python developers or beginners. We speak English or Portuguese, and we welcome guests with different backgrounds, coming from different countries and pursuing their own very different goals. Usually we start by introducing ourselves, our Python experience and try to formulate our expectations from a meetup. Then altogether we come up with some ideas or mini-projects to work on. We can work together or split in groups. For beginners. We can help to familiarize in a Python environment and show how to install Python and third-party packages, how to organize the code in the project, and in general, how to go from scratch to something useful and exciting. For more experienced developers. We share our experience and our challenges, play with new libraries and write some code together. Beginner groups are often led by more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge with newcomers. Any questions, please let us know!

    Porto i/o

    Rua de Cândido dos Reis 81 · Porto

  • Python Porto #11. January
    We are preparing our meetup for January. Details will be announced later. If you want to make a talk, please fill in the CFP form at http://pythonporto.org/for-speakers/

    Needs a location

  • PyCoffee. Hot coffee and Pythonic discussions in Porto i/o
    PyCoffee is an experimental format of informal Python meetups, organized by Python Porto in partnership with Porto i/o. There is no agenda and no speakers. It’s for those who is ready to start Sunday with a cup of hot coffee and a chat with like-minded python developers or beginners. We speak English or Portuguese, and we welcome guests with different backgrounds, coming from different countries and pursuing their own very different goals. Usually we start by introducing ourselves, our Python experience and try to formulate our expectations from a meetup. Then altogether we come up with some ideas or mini-projects to work on. We can work together or split in groups. For beginners. We can help to familiarize in a Python environment and show how to install Python and third-party packages, how to organize the code in the project, and in general, how to go from scratch to something useful and exciting. For more experienced developers. We share our experience and our challenges, play with new libraries and write some code together. Beginner groups are often led by more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge with newcomers. Any questions, please let us know!

    Porto i/o

    Rua de Cândido dos Reis 81 · Porto

  • PyCoffee. Hot coffee and Pythonic discussions in Porto i/o
    PyCoffee is an experimental format of informal Python meetups, organized by Python Porto in partnership with Porto i/o. There is no agenda and no speakers. It’s for those who is ready to start Sunday with a cup of hot coffee and a chat with like-minded python developers or beginners. We speak English or Portuguese, and we welcome guests with different backgrounds, coming from different countries and pursuing their own very different goals. Usually we start by introducing ourselves, our Python experience and try to formulate our expectations from a meetup. Then altogether we come up with some ideas or mini-projects to work on. We can work together or split in groups. For beginners. We can help to familiarize in a Python environment and show how to install Python and third-party packages, how to organize the code in the project, and in general, how to go from scratch to something useful and exciting. For more experienced developers. We share our experience and our challenges, play with new libraries and write some code together. Beginner groups are often led by more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge with newcomers. Any questions, please let us know!

    Porto i/o

    Rua de Cândido dos Reis 81 · Porto