Code and Learn Together at Python Adelaide Coder Club (bring your laptop)

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Minor Works Building

22 Stamford Ct (pedestrian access and parking on Sturt St) · Adelaide

How to find us

We're back in the lower floor! Enter through the sliding glass doors at the back of the building.

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💻 What we'll do
Python Adelaide Coder Club is back! This is a great chance to work on projects, discuss technology and learn about other people's work. Doors will open at 5pm (provided you don't mind helping us set up tables), we'll kick off with a short "standup" around 6, and we'll work until around 8pm then have pizza provided by Cloudflare as a group. Please bring your laptop, else you will find yourself at a loss for activities.

Fear not, you don't need to be a "11/10 full stack ninja hax0r" to attend! We have many people who are there to learn Python, new frameworks, and to connect with our positive community. We want to encourage all levels of skill to attend this workshop. You do need to bring your own ideas and projects, because this is a working group where we are all doing self-directed tasks.

You could work on a software project, explore through a tutorial to learn something new, experiment with a new tool or technique, start building your startup idea, or even start writing a talk for next month's Python Adelaide Tech Talks! Anything that you'd benefit from working on while in a room of Python software developers, systems administrators, scientists, engineers, teachers, students, hobbyists, tinkerers, and all kinds of other people that use the Python programming language. At 6pm, we'll kick off the evening with an agile style stand up, where we all share what we are working on. After some hours of work and fun we'll have a shared pizza order provided by Cloudflare 🍕.

Let's pool our resources and talent and have fun while building cool stuff. Bring your laptop, your own projects and community spirit.

🎒 What to bring
Bring your laptop, and a project to work on. Make sure you also bring your power brick, and fully charge your battery too.

ℹ️ Important to know
Python Adelaide has a Code of Conduct that we expect all attendees to observe, located at
This is an all-ages event! Unfortunately younger children will need to be accompanied as we can't take legal responsibility for them.
Our venue is wheelchair accessible with no steps or tight corners, and there is a baby change room available for parents, as well as a microwave and fridge.