• Python Atlanta Meetup
    The meeting starts at 7:30PM in the North Avenue room. Some of us get together before the meeting between 6:00 and 6:30 to have dinner and talk. Excellent Talks Scheduled: - Wally Wilhoite - Python tracing - Luther - Generators and Iterators - Scott Leersen - Email Upload Processing using AWS SES and SNS

    Manuels Tavern

    602 N. Highland Ave · Atlanta, GA

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  • PyATL Jam Session (In-town)
    Novice Coding Exercise: Hangman: http://bit.ly/pyatl-hangman Intermediate Project: PyATL "Podium" project https://github.com/pyatl/podium-django What's a Jam Session? Jam Session meetings are intended to be hands-on, collaborative experiences with your fellow PyATL members. We'll be meeting from 7pm to 10pm to work together on whatever projects you feel like. Bring your own hobby projects, bring a work project, bring your new startup idea - whatever you like. Or, if you don't have a project of your own, come along and see what projects others are working on and sit down with them to help them out! Programmers of all experience levels are welcome! JR Rickerson will be there a bit early to help introduce people, organize, and make sure everyone is comfortable. We recommend bringing a laptop with Python installed so you can join in the fun! Each month we'll provide a coding puzzle or exercise that is designed to be accessible to novices to Python, but that also provide additional challenges for more advanced users. Our exercises generally follow the format of a Code Kata ( http://codekata.com/ ) For intermediate users, we'll also be working on a small group open source project, so you have the opportunity to learn on a "real world" project as well.

    Kabbage

    730 Peachtree St NE Suite 350 · Atlanta , GA

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  • Python Atlanta Meetup
    The meeting starts at 7:30PM in the North Avenue room. Some of us get together before the meeting between 6:00 and 6:30 to have dinner and talk. Excellent Talks Scheduled: - Jason Price - Python & AWS Lambda - Bob Elwell - Test Automation Jason Price is an engineer at Pindrop. He's a self described "infrastructure and scaling nerd".

    Manuels Tavern

    602 N. Highland Ave · Atlanta, GA

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  • PyATL Jam Session (In-town)
    Novice Coding Exercise: Mars Rover: http://bit.ly/jam-mars-rover Intermediate Project: PyATL "Podium" project https://github.com/pyatl/podium-django What's a Jam Session? Jam Session meetings are intended to be hands-on, collaborative experiences with your fellow PyATL members. We'll be meeting from 7pm to 10pm to work together on whatever projects you feel like. Bring your own hobby projects, bring a work project, bring your new startup idea - whatever you like. Or, if you don't have a project of your own, come along and see what projects others are working on and sit down with them to help them out! Programmers of all experience levels are welcome! JR Rickerson will be there a bit early to help introduce people, organize, and make sure everyone is comfortable. We recommend bringing a laptop with Python installed so you can join in the fun! Each month we'll provide a coding puzzle or exercise that is designed to be accessible to novices to Python, but that also provide additional challenges for more advanced users. Our exercises generally follow the format of a Code Kata ( http://codekata.com/ ) For intermediate users, we'll also be working on a small group open source project, so you have the opportunity to learn on a "real world" project as well.

    Manuels Tavern

    602 N. Highland Ave · Atlanta, GA

    2 comments
  • Python Atlanta Meetup
    The meeting starts at 7:30PM in the North Avenue room. Some of us get together before the meeting between 6:00 and 6:30 to have dinner and talk. We have two excellent talks scheduled, including one from special guest and Django Software Foundation member, Trey Hunner! ## Talks 1. Benjamen Meyer - Stack-in-a-Box 2. Trey Hunner - Python Oddities Explained. ## About the Talks 1. Stack-in-a-Box - In this talk, Benjamen will walk us through the creation of his open source project, StackInABox (https://stackinabox.readthedocs.io/en/latest/) 2. A number of Python features often seem counter-intuitive at first glance, especially when moving from another programming language to Python. Often what at first seems like a bug, will later reveal itself to be a misunderstood feature. During this talk we’ll look at a number of Python’s unique features and quirks and attempt to re-shape our mental models of Python to better match reality. By the end of this talk you’ll have a deeper understanding of Python’s rules behind objects, scope, and variables. Warning: this talk will include many Python head scratchers so show up prepared to think on your feet! ## About Our Speakers: 1. Benjamen Meyer is a software engineer at Rackspace. 2. Trey Hunner helps casual and experienced Python programmers deepen their understanding of Python. He sends out one Python exercise every week through Python Morsels and he helps Python teams on-board new Python developers through on-site team training. Trey is a member of the Django Software Foundation and a former director at the Python Software Foundation. He is a regular attendee of his local Python meetup group in San Diego.

    Manuels Tavern

    602 N. Highland Ave · Atlanta, GA

    4 comments
  • PyATL Jam Session (In-town)
    Novice Coding Exercise: Vending Machine http://bit.ly/jam-vending-machine Intermediate Project: PyATL "Podium" project https://github.com/pyatl/podium-django What's a Jam Session? Jam Session meetings are intended to be hands-on, collaborative experiences with your fellow PyATL members. We'll be meeting from 7pm to 10pm to work together on whatever projects you feel like. Bring your own hobby projects, bring a work project, bring your new startup idea - whatever you like. Or, if you don't have a project of your own, come along and see what projects others are working on and sit down with them to help them out! Programmers of all experience levels are welcome! JR Rickerson will be there a bit early to help introduce people, organize, and make sure everyone is comfortable. We recommend bringing a laptop with Python installed so you can join in the fun! Each month we'll provide a coding puzzle or exercise that is designed to be accessible to novices to Python, but that also provide additional challenges for more advanced users. Our exercises generally follow the format of a Code Kata ( http://codekata.com/ ) For intermediate users, we'll also be working on a small group open source project, so you have the opportunity to learn on a "real world" project as well.

    Manuels Tavern

    602 N. Highland Ave · Atlanta, GA

  • Python Atlanta Meetup
    The meeting starts at 7:30PM in the North Avenue room. Some of us get together before the meeting between 6:00 and 6:30 to have dinner and talk. Excellent Talks Scheduled: - Spaced repetition/retrieval study with Python - Chris Dover - Leveraging pipelines to manage infrastructure and applications for a multi-region active system - Ashley Stovall

    Manuels Tavern

    602 N. Highland Ave · Atlanta, GA

    4 comments
  • PyATL Jam Session (In-town)
    Novice Coding Exercise: TBD Intermediate Project: PyATL "Podium" project https://github.com/pyatl/podium-django What's a Jam Session? Jam Session meetings are intended to be hands-on, collaborative experiences with your fellow PyATL members. We'll be meeting from 7pm to 10pm to work together on whatever projects you feel like. Bring your own hobby projects, bring a work project, bring your new startup idea - whatever you like. Or, if you don't have a project of your own, come along and see what projects others are working on and sit down with them to help them out! Programmers of all experience levels are welcome! JR Rickerson will be there a bit early to help introduce people, organize, and make sure everyone is comfortable. We recommend bringing a laptop with Python installed so you can join in the fun! Each month we'll provide a coding puzzle or exercise that is designed to be accessible to novices to Python, but that also provide additional challenges for more advanced users. Our exercises generally follow the format of a Code Kata ( http://codekata.com/ ) For intermediate users, we'll also be working on a small group open source project, so you have the opportunity to learn on a "real world" project as well.

    Manuels Tavern

    602 N. Highland Ave · Atlanta, GA

    4 comments
  • Python Atlanta Meetup
    The meeting starts at 7:30PM in the North Avenue room. Some of us get together before the meeting between 6:00 and 6:30 to have dinner and talk. Excellent Talks Scheduled: - Ryan Petrello - CPython Internals - Doug Hellmann - Reno: A new way to manage release notes!

    Manuels Tavern

    602 N. Highland Ave · Atlanta, GA

    3 comments
  • PyATL Jam Session (In-town)
    Novice Coding Exercise: Markov Chain of Independence http://bit.ly/markov-independence Intermediate Project: PyATL "Podium" project https://github.com/pyatl/podium-django What's a Jam Session? Jam Session meetings are intended to be hands-on, collaborative experiences with your fellow PyATL members. We'll be meeting from 7pm to 10pm to work together on whatever projects you feel like. Bring your own hobby projects, bring a work project, bring your new startup idea - whatever you like. Or, if you don't have a project of your own, come along and see what projects others are working on and sit down with them to help them out! Programmers of all experience levels are welcome! JR Rickerson will be there a bit early to help introduce people, organize, and make sure everyone is comfortable. We recommend bringing a laptop with Python installed so you can join in the fun! Each month we'll provide a coding puzzle or exercise that is designed to be accessible to novices to Python, but that also provide additional challenges for more advanced users. Our exercises generally follow the format of a Code Kata ( http://codekata.com/ ) For intermediate users, we'll also be working on a small group open source project, so you have the opportunity to learn on a "real world" project as well.

    Manuels Tavern

    602 N. Highland Ave · Atlanta, GA

    1 comment